Meeting In Person Safely

Making BBC a safe, warm, welcoming environment for people to have a positive visit at Sunday gathered worship services

What to Expect on a Sunday Church Service

  • For normal Sunday services, church is open at 10am for coffee and fellowship. Services start at 10:30am

  • In line with government advice we are asking that facemasks be worn during the service.

  • We will be able to join in times of live worship music with singing

  • We are pre booking Christmas services so that we can monitor numbers.

  • Seating arrangements. Seating is arranged in short rows. Wherever you choose to sit, our hospitality team can provide you with “Please Leave this Seat Free” discs that you can place on chairs around you

  • Personal space and physical contact. Please be mindful about how you engage with others, don’t assume others feel comfortable with close contact

  • When we share communion we will continue to provide the individual wafer and grape juice packs

To minimise risk to those attending

  • We continue to maintain a limit on the number of people in the building

  • We are encouraging the use of hand sanitiser on entry to the building

  • We are maintaining a careful hygiene routine for the building, especially for those areas commonly touched such as handles and switches

  • We are ventilating the building where possible with doors and windows open

  • We are asking those serving on a Sunday to use lateral flow tests before they attend

  • Please do not attend if you or anyone within your household has had a positive coronavirus test or any symptoms of coronavirus, or if you have been asked to self-isolate by the track and trace system