Keyingham St Nicholas
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With the ending of Plan B Covid restrictions on Thursday 27th January, the formal legal requirements regarding church services no longer apply.
See Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for churches for an explanation of the current situation and regular updates.
How we proceed now depends on the congregations of our individual churches. In general, in the Benefice, we are aware that Covid is still with us, and we are inclined to be cautious. If keeping our distance and wearing a face covering allows others to feel safer,
we will probably choose to stay with it. 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.
If there is no service in the local church, our policy in the Benefice is that everyone is welcome everywhere. If you need transport to get to a service, let us know.
Services in May
With only two full-time clergy, communion services will tend to be limited within the Benefice to one on each Sunday. We hope in due course to develop additional lay-led non-Eucharistic services. For some congregations, this is still at the planning stage. Ideas welcome! You see below what is already planned. Please check your church notice board, the South Holderness Deanery Facebook Page, and newsletters for other services and updates.
Deanery Ascension Day Service
Thursday 26th May 7pm at All Saints, Burstwick
St Nicholas, Keyingham
Sunday 29th 10.30 United Benefice Holy Communion
St Patrick, Patrington
Sunday 1st 10.30 Morning Prayer
Sunday 8th 10.30 Morning Prayer
Sunday 15th 10.30 Healing Service
Sunday 22nd 10.30 Morning Prayer
Sunday 29th 10.30 United Benefice Holy Communion at Keyingham
All Saints, Easington
Sunday 1st 9.30 Holy Communion
Sunday 15th 9.30 Morning Prayer
St Wilfrid, Ottringham
Sunday 8th 10.30 Holy Communion
St Mary, Welwick
Sunday 15th 9.30 Holy Communion
St Germain, Winestead
Sunday 22nd 10.30 Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion￼￼