First and foremost our response to the Covid-19 virus is prayer. We pray for all who have been impacted by Covid-19 and for all those working in our health service and in leadership roles. We are grateful for their dedication, expertise and hard work.
This is a time for communities to pull together, and as your community Church we want to help the best way we can. Our aim is to connect as well as to provide support and guidelines for those offering and those requesting help.
If you would like to consider being a befriender and calling someone at this time, who may need help and reassurance, please use this form to register your interest.
Offers of help: https://forms.gle/m7uhyX8XvjJUy5DD7
If you would like a regular phone call just to check in and see how you are doing please complete this form.
Requests for help: https://forms.gle/VYLyUiXheFKM9XCP7
Alternatively you can email: Hello@Bedhampton.church and offer or request help. Finally you can phone 023 9248 3013 between 9.30am-1:00pm Monday to Friday or leave a message for hours outside of this.
Impact On Meetings
The Church of England has issued updated advice for meetings in relation to COVID-19.
All Bedhampton Parish lead meetings will be placed on hold for the time being, in line with Government guidelines on public gatherings.
These include but may not be limited to:
- Fun Club Toddler Group.
- Friday Coffee and Cake.
- St Nick’s Flicks
Please contact your organization for advice regarding other meetings hosted at St Nicholas.
Impact On Services
The Church of England has issued updated advice for services in relation to COVID-19.
For now services will not be open to the public. The ministry and mission of the Church of England will continue during the weeks and months ahead but in a different way. Worship will continue in our parish and churches but will not be open to the public, in line with Government guidelines on public gatherings.
We will update this page with how we intend to share opportunities to worship as one community remotely.
If you have health concerns and for the latest health advice, please visit the NHS website.
For the latest Government advice and action plan, please visit GOV.UK.