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Covid19 Latest Update at 5th January 2021
With the latest lockdown announced earlier this week we are once again holding our services online only. If you would like to join us details and links are in the Livestreaming section below.
We are continuing to broadcast via YouTube which has no restrictions on location! Please click here to be taken to our YouTube Channel
If you know of someone who does not have internet facilities but would like to receive either a weekly DVD or CD of our services, please contact us by clicking here to be taken to the contact page on this website. Thank you.
Unfortunately to comply with current government restrictions all our regular activities have been suspended including our Free Babees support group.
Following Boris Johnson’s announcement on the 22nd February of a roadmap out of lockdown, our leadership will continue to consider the most appropriate and safest way & time to re-open, together with any appropriate measures required to keep everyone as safe as possible and in accordance with current regulations and guidelines. Please continue to watch this space for further updates about our activities!
Our building maybe shut but as a church we are very much alive and active!
Old friends reunite over Zoom!
In this time of unexpected happenings, old friends from P’sarms Puppets reunited to perform Step into the Water with kind permission of songwriter Kirk Talley.
At our recent service led by Dr. Andrea Gardiner, Tamara told us about Lesly’s life in Ecuador during the pandemic which is reproduced here.
For further information on how you can help Project Ecuador support children like Lesley, please click here
His Name shall be
Recorded for the benefit of the church between lockdowns #2 and #3. This song is performed by members of Staplehurst Free Church’s worship group and reminds us of the nature of Jesus
And then there was light!
A fun video illustrating how the church has used the entire front of the church building to convey messages and support to our community during the recent lockdowns
There is Hope!
Recorded during the first lockdown a number of the church contributed to a musical project entitled “There is Hope” from their own homes and collated by our tech genius! We hope you like it!