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SUNDAY WORSHIP 9:30AM
This coming Sunday – Rev Rick Omerod
31st Oct – FAMILY WORSHIP – Ian Wheeler
7th Nov – Doreen Landriau
14th Nov – (FW tbc) Erica Atkinson
21st Nov – Richard Hoyle
28th Nov – Rev Keith Richardson 

Wearing of face coverings in church.
We would like to remind everyone that current Government guidance is that although the country has moved to a 'personal perception of risk-based' approach regarding the wearing of face masks, it is also expected that people will continue to wear them in crowded and enclosed spaces where you come into close contact with others. We feel that our church comes into this category, due to its small size and low ceiling, therefore we respectfully ask that you continue to wear a facemask when you come to church, at least for the foreseeable future. As always, we will have disposable masks available at the entrance if you've forgotten yours. Thank you for considering the needs of others in this matter. This includes children of primary school age upwards.

If, however, you do wish to attend church without a face-covering, upstairs space will be available from this Sunday.

Self-regulating social distancing measures continue to be in place downstairs. Two chairs equal 1 meter.
We will now be singing all our songs, but will continue to wear masks while doing so.

It is no longer necessary to book in advance, however, we do ask that you register as you arrive with Linda.

An Offering will be taken during the service on Sunday morning. If you prefer you may wish to do Bank Transfer.
Susan Summersgill our Church Treasurer, will be happy to give you the details you need to do this.

Our Church Leadership Team are regularly reviewing the current measures we have in place in our building, to carefully balance our wellbeing with lifting of restrictions.


  Thank you
CLT                                          


                                                                                   


 JUNIOR CHURCH AND TOT’S CHURCH
As the incidence of covid 19 is increasing in our school, we have been asked to consider the advice from Public Health Lancashire.
This states that in addition to our robust risk assessment, we should also keep year groups separate for junior church. As you can appreciate, we do not have the resources to facilitate this. We have therefore taken the decision to postpone junior church for now. The children are very welcome to attend church with their parents during this time, However, we do ask that unless sitting upstairs, they too wear a face covering.
You will find any updates here in our notices or on our church Facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/wheatleylane.methodist
(Please note this is a closed group and you will need to request to join and answer the relevant questions.)
Thank you for your support and take care of each other.

If you have any queries, please speak to Jill Heaton or one of the other JC leaders.

For Tot’s Church information please contact, Joanne, Alison or Louise.

THURSDAY- FOODBANK DROP-OFF
Every Thursday our church is open for donations of food from 2-4pm …
Many families need the help of foodbanks more than ever during the
holidays, and sadly many foodbanks have been experiencing fewer
donations against a greater need recently.
So please if you can, add a few extra items to your shopping trolly next time
you’re out shopping and drop them off on Thursday afternoon, or bring
them along on Sunday morning. Your donations go to help families in
Burnley through the work of Church on the Street.
If you or any one you know is in need of a food parcel, text “Food Parcel”
with an address to 07582776574


MESSY MONDAY
We were hoping to recommence Messy Monday after the Autumn Half Term. However, following the increase of covid in our school and area we are having to re-think our start date.
However, once we are able to consider meeting again, in order to do so we will require volunteers to help set up on Sunday after church. If you could help us with this, please speak to Ian, Denise or Maureen.


 


 



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