|Welcome to Christ Church @ Home (www.ccvathome.org), our online portal for worship resources. On this page, you will find our current schedule and documents for online worship services as well as links to other important resources. Please contact the Church Office if you have any questions or need anything.
Sunday, November 28 (Advent Sunday), Streamed Service at 10.30am
With the fourth lockdown in place, it is all the more important that we are vigilant and mindful of our Christian duty to care for one another. While we are continuing with in-person services out of equal concern for the spiritual and mental health of our church community, we are returning to the following safety measures while in the church building:
—FFP2 masks covering both nose and mouth are required
—please use the hand sanitizer dispenser when entering the church
—social distancing is mandatory
—services will be capped at 45 congregants (registration required for 10.30am and special services)
—reduced singing in services
—anyone with symptoms is encouraged to stay home and consult a physician
—everyone is encouraged to test regularly
—while traveling to/from the church, everyone should be mindful of local guidelines
We are currently still having an in-person Book of Common Prayer service at 9.00am and we are gathering in person and live-streaming our 10.30am service from the church on Facebook Live! and Zoom. There is also and in-person service at 6.00pm on most Sundays. Please note: Morning Prayer on Tuesdays (8.30am) is being held in the church building. Evening Prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays (at 6.15pm) is being held online using our Zoom Services link. The Wednesday said Eucharist (9.30am) is meeting in person.
Finally, during the lockdown (from Friday, 26 November until Sunday, 12 December), Charles Bishop will hosting Noonday Prayer (12.30pm) and additional services of Evening Prayer (6.15pm), Monday to Saturday, over Zoom. Please do join us!
OTHER RESOURCES AND LINKS
Here you will find everything you need to participate in an online services, from the Zoom application and our live-streaming links to the liturgical sources and hymnal we use.