We are thankful that government guidance allows us to meet in St Helen’s for services. We want to give everyone the chance to hear God’s word clearly each week and as such our services will be an in-person online for the foreseeable future. We hope this will help the whole church family and visitors continue to feel included—whether or not we are able to attend in person.
We have prepared the church building to be a ‘COVID secure environment’ in line with government regulations. As a result, there are several aspects of services which will be different from how things used to be. Please bear with these changes.
If you would like to join us on a Sunday or midweek please read the steps outlined below, including how to register to attend the service.
Before the service
During the service
After the service
Please look out for others in your small group (spiritually and physically) during this period of isolation. However, if you need extra help (eg groceries, a phone chat, help with technology, financial or other help) and your small group is unable to provide this, or you are not currently a member of a small group, please complete the help for church family form.
If you are able to help beyond your small group, please also fill in the same form to let us know how you might be able to help. We'll do our best to then connect people across the church family.
Live streaming services
We are running a live stream for all our Sunday meetings. This will be available through our website.
Small group Bible studies
Small group Bible studies will be meeting in person and some online, as regulations allow. Please speak to your small group leader in the first instance. If you would like to join a small group please contact us.
Our resource library
We have over 10,000 Bible teaching resources available free of charge. Search our resource library to find individual talks (audio and video), talk series, training videos, Bible study notes, articles and more.
Our COVID-19 risk assessment can be downloaded or read online.