News and Comment

PUBLIC WORSHIP AT ST NICHOLAS KEYINGHAM AND ELSEWHERE IN THE BENEFICE

With the ending of Covid restrictions affecting public worship, in general in the Benefice, we are aware that Covid is still with us, and we are inclined to be cautious.  Communion in both kinds is now allowed, though we recognise the danger of virus transmission, and those who prefer only to receive the bread will be given that option. Intinction (dipping the bread in the wine) is not now permitted.

The Church of England Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Churches web page continues to be updated for guidance as the situation develops.         

BENEFICE NEWSLETTER

The Benefice Newsletter The Edge for September 2022 is available for download here. The times of all services planned so far are shown on page 2.

CHURCH OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER

We are hoping to keep St Nicholas open for private prayer from 10am to 4pm.