Harston Lockdown Exhibition - photos of the Exhibition may be seen by clicking on HARSTON then Lockdown Exhibition
In words and pictures, contributors of all ages share memories and thoughts about how they occupied themselves while isolated, and new things they discovered about themselves and the locality.
LATEST ADVICE FROM THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND REGARDING FACE COVERINGS DURING WORSHIP
In England, face coverings are currently required by law to be worn in shops, supermarkets, indoor transport hubs, indoor shopping centres, banks, building societies, post offices and on public transport. From 8 August, face coverings are also required by law to be worn in a greater number of public indoor settings including places of worship, museums, galleries, cinemas and public libraries.
There are valid exemptions for some individuals and groups to not wear a face covering in these settings. In particular, those who are leading services or events in a place of worship, and those who assist them (for instance by reading, preaching, or leading prayer) do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn especially if physical distancing cannot be maintained (i.e. distributing consumables). This exemption does not apply to worshippers, who should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space.
Please see the following pages:
Compline which takes place on Tuesdays at 8.00 pm on Zoom.
Spiritual Needs page and its two subpages
Inspirational Extras page and its five subpages
The Family Page, a page for material to share with children in particular.