Covid FAQs

Do I have to come to the building for church?

No, you are welcome to come sign up to join us in the building or join our online live stream from home. Due to social distancing, space in the building will be limited. You may want to send one parent to the church building, while the rest of the family joins online and makes use of the Sunday School video. It’s important to stay at home if anyone in your household displays symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive.

Can I bring my children to church?

All children are welcome at Christ Church, including babies and toddlers. However children will have to stay in your family space during the service.

Will there be children’s groups?

There will be a group for primary school children during the service but no creche or youth group. Space in this group will be limited, with priority given to younger children.

Where can I go if my baby cries?

Sadly the creche room will not be available, but you are welcome to take a walk in the garden or use the upstairs rooms. (2 households per room maximum)

Where can I breastfeed my baby?

You are welcome to breastfeed your baby anywhere that you feel comfortable. The room at the top of the stairs can be used for breastfeeding, with a maximum of 2 people only.

Can I heat up my baby’s bottle?

Sadly, the kitchen is not available for general use at this time.

Where can I give my baby or toddler food?

You can give you children snacks during the service, however there won’t be tables set up for lunch after. You can use the church garden for lunch, following general social distancing guidelines in groups of no more than 6.

What provision is there for toddlers during the service?

Your toddler will need to stay with you during the service, but you are welcome to bring your own toys/ activities as long as they are not shared between families. The Charles Madden room and the balcony will be set up with 2 chairs and a wipeable play mat for each family.

Where can I change my baby’s nappy?

The toilets will be open for baby changing. Please wipe down the changing table with the disinfectant before and after use.

Where can I put my pushchair?

Pushchairs that won’t fit around the one way system can be left at the back of church, stewards will be able to show you where to put them.

We hope you this will help you feel able to attend church with your family during these unusual times. If you have any questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact Breanna, our Children and Families’ Worker.