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The Standing Committee met at the end of January, and felt that it was now safe to lighten up a little: 

  • Masks are now voluntary. However, if you are sitting close to someone wearing a mask, please respect them, by wearing yours or keeping your distance.
  • Socially distanced pews will still be available on the south side of church, but booking is no longer necessary.
  • Hand sanitiser and masks will still be available near the entrance, and at the front during communion.
  • Communion will continue to be administered by the vicar using tinctured wafers, rather than sharing the chalice.
  • Over the next few weeks, we will be trying out a choir procession, using a server and sidespeople, and other traditional features of the communion service.
  • Although the use of the projector is here to stay (with better equipment and positioning to look forward to in time), we will shortly be making Bibles and Hymn books available in the pews for those who prefer to use these.
  • Tea and coffee has made a welcome return. If you'd like to help out with this - especially if you could maintain a simple rota - please contact Chris Kershaw.

The arrangements for the Magdalene Centre - our regular users only, and no private hire bookings - will continue for a little while yet.

Our main Sunday worship service takes place at 10.30am, at St. Michael & All Angels. This pattern of worship may change from time to time - do check the church calendar on our Whats On page.


every Sunday
8.30am Early Morning Communion
A small, intimate, traditional said service in the Staveley Chapel.

10.30am Worship for All
Either with communion or a shorter, more informal service without communion - do check the church calendar on our Whats On page.

Sorry - we are not yet able to provide a creche for young children.

Visitors who regularly take communion in their home church are welcome to join us at the communion table.

4.00pm Choral Evensong has not yet re-started.
A traditional sung service led by the choir, using the Book of Common Prayer.


every Wednesday
10.30am Holy Communion
A shared service with our neighbours at St. Barnabas, Hattersley Road East, SK14 3EQ