As social distancing is no longer mandatory you will not be required to book a seat and will be free to sit where you wish to. However, you may still be asked to sign in, use sanitiser provided and to respect the space of other worshippers, if that is their wish. You may still be expected to wear face coverings, but during the service you may sing hymns, and speak responses as normal, although books may not be provided. The retiring collection will remain, hand shaking, and hugging are still discouraged to minimise contact. This cautious approach is in line with advice from the Connexion.
The church is reputed to be the tallest Witchert building in the world and was built in 1822. Our old school building now houses the Haddenham Museum where this ancient form of construction is explained. This unique church is now a multipurpose building where a dedicated, active and welcoming group meet for Worship on Sunday mornings when you will always be welcome. During the week many groups use our building and are most welcome to do so.
Street parking is available; the car park of the Catholic Church just round the corner on Crabtree Rd.( >200 yds.) may be used if there is no event on there.
There is ready access for wheel chairs, a toilet for the disabled and a hearing loop in the church building.
Sunday Services are normally held at 10.15 am. regular United Services with the Baptist Church alternate between the churches.
We are part of a very active village, the Tuesday Coffee Morning being a great place to meet with friends.
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