Our buildings have re-opened for in-person worship from April 4th 2021
The buildings are open for in-person services of worship again, beginning on Easter Sunday with a celebration of Communion in Craigellachie at 9.45am and Aberlour at 11.15am.
To help with Covid compliance, you’re invited to bring your own bread and wine – in whatever form that takes, and to join us to celebrate the the love of God which goes beyond death, and to new life.After that, services will continue in the buildings each Sunday.
Services still will be not be ‘normal’: they’ll be shorter, and we won’t be able to sing together; we’ll have to limit numbers according to the capacity of the building; it might be chilly because of having doors and windows open to increase ventilation; we won’t be able to shake hands, hug or kiss; and we’ll be seated 2metres away from other households; there’ll be hand gel, and face-coverings, and one-way systems – but it will be worship in-person all the same.
Not everyone will feel comfortable with this, and we can assure you that we’ll be continuing online digital services at http://aberlour.video/services for everyone to access.
These digital services will be as close to identical to the in-person services as is possible.If you wish to come in person, you must ‘book’ a place. This ensures that we keep to a safe capacity for each building as well as giving us ‘track and trace’ details in the event that any potential Covid-19 transmission might be detected.
To book: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call Jane Tweedie 01340 871515
Heather Cruikshank 01340 871898
Rev Andrew Kimmitt 07752306462