Eddie Sykes writes:
On this upcoming Sunday (26 September 2021) there will be, for the first time in over 19 months, a joint service of worship at 10:30am at Rosyth. The service will also include Holy Communion.
As we will be following the theme of Harvest Celebration (in a kind of Covid-muted way) – the church will not be decorated as lavishly as it normally is, and you are asked to bring dried or non-perishable food goods for the Food Bank. There will be boxes in the Crush Hall in which to place these items.
This Sunday you will find printed orders of worship on your seats – we ask you to take these home with you at the end of the service.
As ever, the following will be required: wearing face-masks, following hand-sanitising protocols on entry and exit, signing in for ‘trace and protect’, and sitting 1 metre apart – socially distanced. You are reminded that if you are feeling unwell, or have any symptoms associated with Covid-19, you are to remain at home.
Sadly there will be no refreshments following the service.
Thank you for your support during this challenging time – especially in the many ways we seek to make the church building a safe place to be.