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Closure of Church

Good evening all,
It is with heavy hearts that, despite our desire to keep the church open, we have taken all the most recent COVID updates into account and have decided to close the church again. The main driver behind this is not concerns about our ability to meet the safety guidelines, but for the people who come and for the parish community. By closing we are supporting the recommendation to stay home (and stay safe), This takes place with immediate effect. Please note masses will continue to be live-streamed and we look forward to celebrating mass with you all virtually.
Many Blessings,
Fr. Christophe

Letter from Fr Christophe 5 January 2021

Dear Parishioners
Following the guidance of the government and the diocese, places of worship will remain open. Obviously, the recommendation is to stay home so we are shortening the church opening times from tomorrow (Wednesday). More details coming in the newsletter on Friday.
Stay Safe and God bless you.
Fr. Christophe

News 13 December 2020

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