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coronavirus

Our response to the Coronavirus pandemic:

Services

Due to the current government guidelines and regulations we will no longer be meeting together for services or other meetings until the guidelines are relaxed. However, we are now meeting online for our Sunday morning services. These are informal gatherings, suitable for all ages, which include Bible readings, talks, prayers, music and video clips. We seek to bring a spiritual, God centered, perspective to our current situation, and to share support and encouragement with each other. We are still getting to grips with the technology, so don't expect things to always work smoothly, but if you would like to join us, we'd love to see you. There will also be a chance to 'chat' after the service if you want to stay online. Our services will be open to join any time from 10am on Sunday mornings.

To join in a service just go to 'upcoming events' on the front page of our website, click on 'Zoom Church Service', then 'more details', and 'join Zoom meeting'. If you have not already installed 'Zoom' on your device, you can download it here. Select 'Zoom Client for Meetings' for a pc or laptop, or 'Zoom Mobile Apps' for a smartphone.

Foodbank

If you need to  use foodbank during this time our distribution centre will remain open  on Wednesday from 1.30pm-2.30pm.  You will need to present a red voucher  to pick up your food and these can be obtained from social services,  doctors, schools etc..  If you are unable to get a voucher or want to know when other distribution centres are open please call Ely Foodbank on 01353 468626 or email info@elyfoodbank.org.uk

If you would like to find out more about Foodbank, including the Helpful Hamper scheme, please click here

Prayer Requests

We know that this is an anxious time for everyone. Although we are not physically meeting together, we are continuing to meet virtually, and to pray for our village. If we can help you by praying for you then please use the linked google form to submit your prayer request. Requests can also be posted through the church letter box.  

Requests for practical help

If you need help, cannot get out and need food, or are struggling in other ways during this time please ring the church phone number (leave a message, it is checked regularly): 01954 252378 or email us on CBChelp20@gmail.com
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