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Keeping Covid-Safe

Updated  23/04/2023

 Whilst the worst of the pandemic is, thankfully, behind us, we still want people to feel safe when visiting St Philips and attending our services.


Please do not visit St Philip's or attend a service if you:

Have cold-like symptoms that may indicate you have COVID or flu

Believe you may have been infected with COVID or flu and/or have been in recent contact with someone who has COVID/flu or symptoms of COVID/flu

Have had a positive result from a home rapid lateral flow test and/or you are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 PCR test 

When visiting St Philips for any reason:  

  • Social distancing and wearing face coverings/masks are now personal choices, but people are asked to respect other attendees' wishes and choices regarding this. 

  • Hand sanitiser is available, as regular use of hand sanitiser and/or hand washing is still recommended

  • We will be ensuring good ventilation, so if the weather turns cold, you are advised to wear warm clothing!

Holy Communion:

  • Holy Communion is now being administered in both kinds (that is consecrated bread and wine). Wine is administered from a shared chalice. It is your choice if and how you receive communion. For example, you may only wish to receive the consecrated bread.

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