We Can Give Thanks
As a nation we are going through a difficult time and there are many challenges. The second wave of lockdown leaves many finding themselves feeling weary, despondent, and cut off from others. Yet despite this we are a people of hope, and as a church want to look at our lives and the world around us and realise that there are still many reasons to be thankful.→Read More …
A Christmas Gift to Sierra Leone
In the past we have sent out shoe bags stuffed with goodies for children in Sierra Leone, distributed by the Sierra Leone Mission. This year that hasn’t been possible, but we would still like to bless as many children as possible.→Read More …
Week of Prayer: 8th to 15th November
This week (8th to 15th) is our week of prayer – a week where we intentionally schedule to pause for our own prayer, prayer for each other, and the life & witness of the church. The week was in our church calendar from way back in January – and proves poignant for us also to pray for our nation at this time.→Read More …
We Remain Open for Business
Our nation enters into a new period of lockdown: a further time of difficulty and uncertainty. Yet the Countess Free Church remains very much open for business!→Read More …
Church Scattered Takes Initiative
As with everyone else, we continue to find ourselves restricted in what we can do – especially when it comes to central gatherings or events. Yet that certainly does not mean that the church has seized up, or our activity has stalled! At Countess Free Church we are learning to embrace what it means to be scattered, and to see opportunity in many diverse small ways.→Read More …
Church Gathering on Sunday 25th October
On Sunday 25th October at 10.30am your are warmly invited to our next live gathering of Countess Free Church at our buildings in Chapel Street
- It will be a simple all age format: families will be at tables, with individuals and couples assigned to be ‘nearby’ a table. We will observe the limit of 6 in a group at all times.
- Sadly there will be no refreshments provided
- You will need to wear masks throughout the gathering
- Realistically we can accommodate about 13 families plus 13 individuals or couples. Some of these will need to take part in an ‘overflow’ area in the hall!
- Places are available on a first signed up – first served basis
- We will assign you to your table/seat, and will ask that you stay there for the duration of our gathering (it will be possible to go to the toilet, however!)
- If you would like to invite a friend along, that is great! However unless they are officially in your family support bubble they cannot sit at your table, only ‘nearby’. Please sign them up separately, and add a note to say that you are inviting them along
- At the end we will ask each table in turn to leave the building and be on their way – in line with government advice that mixing for chat is not possible at this time
- If you find later this week that you will not be able to come, please let us know so we can re-assign your place
- If you or your household have Covid symptoms, or you feel unwell, or you need to quarantine/isolate, then you should not attend on the day
We would love to see you! You can sign up your family clicking on this link. If you want to bring guests please sign them up separately.
Please do not email us to try and book your place – only use the link provided!
Church Gathering on Sunday 27th September
On Sunday 27th September at 10.30am we will have our first trial church gathering at our buildings in Chapel Street since lockdown.→Read More …
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