February 2021 > ?
Covid restrictions and concerns for the welfare of the congregation have led to the decision to close
the church to attendees. Services will continue to be live-streamed via Facebook Live (see above).
We apologise for any disappointment this may cause as we follow guidelines to ensure the safety of all. We will open for attended services as soon as it is safe to do so. Please tel. 02087488086 if you have any questions.
Join us for Sunday Worship Service via Facebook Live. (www.facebook.com/barnesbaptistchurch)
Church Prayertime daily 9 p.m.
Wednesday on-line Bible Study, 8 pm - contact Pastor Graham for further details.
Friday Fellowship 8 p.m.via Zoom
When open for congregational worship we will continue to adhere to Government, Baptist Union and London Baptist Association
In order for us to re-open the church for public worship we need to meet current government requirements. It is in accordance with these
requirements that the Baptist Union of Great Britain has issued the following guidelines. Please familiarise yourself with them before coming to
We have carried out a risk assessment and have had to make a number of changes to ensure the church is a safe environment and that risks are
kept to a minimum. However, we all need to act responsibly and considerately. COVID-19 has not gone away and as long as the threat remains it
cannot be ‘church as usual’. Please be patient and understanding as we journey together through these challenging times.
Key Principles for Safely Opening Places of Worship
The church will be thoroughly cleaned before and after each service. But your co-operation is essential to health and safety of the
Sadly, there will be those who feel unable to attend because of their vulnerability and/or need to isolate. Those over 70 are also
advised to stay at home. We will continue to stay in contact and will be remembering you in our prays. Please stay in touch!
More importantly, if you are showing symptoms of COVID-19 or are self-isolating because of possible or actual COVID-19 in your
household or because you have been told to do so by NHS Test and Trace you must stay home.
Finally,it would be helpful to know if you are coming to the Sunday Service as it helps us with our preparations. If so, please email
me or text Esther to confirm.