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Comprehensive list of online and recorded services

Comprehensive list of online and recorded services

Saturday 30 January 2021

Comprehensive list of online and recorded services

The Guernsey churches and Christian fellowships have issued a comprehensive list of online and recorded services offered by churches of all denominations in Guernsey, Alderney and Sark.

The Guernsey church leaders decided to close their churches for public worship in advance of the announcement from the Civil Contingencies Authority last Saturday, over concerns for the wellbeing of the wider community.

In a message to church members last weekend, they said: "We suggest that it is appropriate that public worship should cease immediately and until the Civil Contingency Authority lifts the restrictions announced today.

"The life and worship of our churches will continue in private prayer, in live-streamed services, in our pastoral care of those who are vulnerable, and in other ways in which we can serve our community safely."

A comprehensive of church services across the Bailiwick can be found HERE

Any updates to the list can also be found on the Deanery of Guernsey website and the Guernsey Methodist Circuit website

The Guernsey church leaders are the Very Revd Tim Barker (Dean of Guernsey), the Revd Dr David Coulter (Church of Scotland), Major Jamie Hill (Salvation Army), the Revd Nicole Le Goupillot (Elim Channel Islands Regional Leader), Pastor John Ogier (Baptist churches), Fr Chris Rutledge (Catholic Dean of Guernsey), the Revd Howard Stringer (Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church in Guernsey).

Pictured top: Rev Mark Charmley filming one of St Saviour's and Torteval's lockdown church services, which can be found on YouTube. 

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