In the current health crisis, we are providing resources so that you can worship at home.
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SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP CONTINUES IN THE CHURCH ON SUNDAY 17th January 2021, and there will be a Tongan language service at 1.00 pm
Due to Government lock-down easing, and Synod permissions, our 8.30 Sunday Morning services and 1.00 pm afternoon Tongan language services have resumed in the church in Gympie Road
MASKS MUST BE WORN WHILST IN THE CHURCH
(Disposable masks are available if you do not have your own, or if you forget to bring one).
SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES OPERATE.
This simply means one person per seat;
(members of the same household can sit together)
Paper strips on the seats will indicate where seating is possible.
A REFRESHMENT SERVICE IS OFFERED IN THE HALL AFTER THE MORNING SERVICE AT 9.45 am
Social distancing rules apply here also. Chairs will be placed at appropriate distance apart.
VULNERABLE CATEGORY PEOPLE PLEASE NOTE
Persons in the vulnerable category, which includes those of us over 70 years old, yes, I am in that category!
(people of Torres Straight Islander and Aboriginal descent over 50), and people over 65 with chronic ill health such as diabetes etc…
we are reminded that staying home
is still the safest option for us.
If we choose to attend, we do so fully aware of this,
and that attending is our free choice.
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