WELCOMES EVERYONE
for worship on
Sunday 16th August
at 10.45 a.m.

PREACHING THIS SUNDAY


Rev. Joan Pell


"Museum Street will be open for worship
on Sunday 16th August at 10.45 a.m. ".


As per government guidelines;
A risk-assessment has been completed and there will be safety procedures in place.
We must arrive no earlier than 10.30am.
Everyone must wear a face covering.
There will be no singing and chairs will be spaced out.
The toilets will be open.
We are only allowed to arrive, sit down, worship and leave; there will be no fellowship time after the service.

We know that this will feel very strange and many of you will not wish to come or will not feel safe to come back at this point,
and that is okay – our online worship will also continue, and no one should feel pressured to return. Chantry and Landseer Road folk are welcome to worship at Museum Street.
However, note that under current government guidelines, no one at this stage can offer lifts; taxis are the only option.

Rev. Joan Pell will be leading a Zoom book study on racism and white privilege.
Our first step in advocating for Black lives and Asian and Minority Ethnic lives is to understand or even believe that there is a problem.
We will be reading a book by a black author called "Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race".
The author’s name is Reni Eddo-Lodge.
The book is on the Sunday Time’s Best Seller list.
JOIN US ON ZOOM
Virtual Coffee Morning
Wednesday 10.00-11.30.
"Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race"
Thursday 10.30-12.00 12th August Chapter 4. "Fear of a Black Planet"
LAST SUNDAY's VIRTUAL SERVICE

9th August Joan Pell and David Welbourn.

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Aug 2 Sun 10.45 1 Service led by Rev Joan Pell