Sometimes the services will be held in the Church and sometimes they will be Zoom only.
If they are held in the Church and you wish to attend please contact Dawn Renshaw to ensure you have a seat.
Teignmouth Methodist Church will be open for Services every week starting 23rd May
Our Church Services at 10.30
Sunday 30th May led by John Jerwood
Sunday 6th June led by Andrew Parsons
Sunday 13th June led by Rosemary Quin
Sunday 20th June led by Sharon Hurlow
Sunday 27th June led by Simon Butcher
Our zoom services at 10.30
Sunday 30th May led by Rev. Gill Daniel
Sunday 6th June led by Rev. Paul Weir
Sunday 13th June led by Sharon Hurlow
Sunday 20th June led by Rev Jerry Cook
Sunday 27th June led by Graham Fry
If you need help on how to do this please contact Dawn Renshaw
If at any time a service takes place within the Church then the following rules must apply
DO NOT ENTER THIS BUILDING IF YOU HAVE ANY COVID SYMPTOMS SUCH AS HIGH TEMPERATURE OR COUGH OR IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL
Due to the Corona Virus there are very strict rules we must adhere to with regard to the our use of the Church. We have set out below some guidelines to help you:
The Church will open 15 minutes before the start and you will have to leave immediately after the end of the Service. Any conversations will have to take place after you have left the Church.
YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR A FACE COVERING BEFORE ENTERING
On entering the vestibule you will be asked your name and telephone number for Track and Trace purposes.
Please do not use the small cloakroom, all coats and bags must be taken into Church. Please do not touch any handles or doors on the way in.
Please use the SANITISER provided on a table just inside the Church.
COLLECTION – THERE WILL BE A PLATE ON THE SANITISING TABLE AS YOU ENTER THE CHURCH. YOUR OFFERINGS WILL BE GRATEFULLY RECEIVED.
USE OF THE PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM – the person responsible for working this System must clean all knobs, buttons and plugs after use with sanitising spray.
After the use of the microphones and microphone stand both must be sanitised before being used by another person wishing to speak.
Social distancing – Alternate pews have been taped off with yellow and black tape.
These pews must not be used. Two people may sit together if they are from the same household, or have travelled in the same car, otherwise only three persons per pew socially distanced.
We are not able to have any singing or handshaking or hugging.
Please follow the markers on the floor keeping one metre apart.
Enter down the centre aisle and leave by the side aisles and using social distancing leave by the main door. If you have difficulty walking you may leave by the centre aisle.
If you wish to use the TOILET only the disabled toilet will be available, exit the Church by the door next to the organ. The doorway into the toilet corridor will have a rope across it. Anyone wishing to use the disabled toilet should unclip the rope on one side leaving it down signifying that the toilet is in use. On re-entering the Church the rope should be clipped back across the doorway again.
Please use the SANITISER provided on a table outside the toilet before you enter the toilet.
Please wipe the toilet and sanitise the washbasin and taps with the sanitiser and cloths provided and dispose of this in the bin provided.
Please wash your hands before leaving the toilet. Further sanitiser will be available outside of the toilet door.
Thank you so much for your co-operation in all of these matters and we look forwardto welcoming you to our Sunday Service.