At the moment we’ve not been asked to close churches. For the time being, then, we’re continuing to offer public worship, while advising people to take precautions by avoiding handshakes before and after services, modifying our practice at Holy Communion, and suspending shared lunches and other catering events.
Those who are unwell, or vulnerable, are being advised to stay at home, as are people over 70. We are conscious that some folk might feel isolated and would love to include you in our conversations and chats. Do let us know your email address or phone number if you haven’t already.
There are online worship resources and a weekly podcast from Wesley Chapel (London) here: https://www.wesleyschapel.org.uk/livestreaming/
Please hold in your prayers those who are bearing the brunt of this situation: people working in the NHS and the other emergency services; public health professionals; all in government; those who are unwell, or vulnerable, or fearful; and all affected by the wider ramifications of the virus.
the Oxford Methodist Circuit Super Intendent, 2020-03-17
This is on how Corona affects on the Circuit Level. For reading on how it affects Rose Hill please read Libby’s post here.