Coronavirus Guidance

Worship outside of the region:


Wesley's Chapel are live streaming services.

How to access:

~ Click on this link and watch

~ Wednesday 12:45pm

~ Thursday 12:45pm

~ Sunday 9:45am and 11:00am


Singing the Faith Plus will be hosting various resources for use over the weeks and months to come... click here.


For those who do not have internet access


~ Download this service  

~ Print it out

~ Take it to people



BBC Radio 4 Sundays 8:10am Sunday Worship

BBC Radio 4 Wednesdays 3:30pm Choral Evensong



BBC One Sundays 1:15pm Songs of Praise


For families, children and youth ministry


These three are all on Facebook....

~ There is a new group for Methodists working with youth and young adults to share ideas about how youth ministry can be done virtually and creatively. This group is moderated by the Children, Youth and Family Team of the Methodist Church in Britain.

Click here to request to join the group.

~ The Well: Virtual Children's and Family Ministry Forum. Same concept as the group for youth and young adult workers.  Click here to request to join the group.

~ Messy Church went live on Wednesday with advice on responding to Covid-19 which you can re-watch here.


Additional information is available from the NHS website

Should I go to Church?

Older members and those with medical conditions causing weaker health and greater vulnerability should consider not attending church for the time being if they're worried about infection. This is an act of mutual care and concern, and is not a desire that people ‘give up’ Church.

If you are not an older member and don't have underlying health conditions, but are feeling ill and/or displaying the symptoms of a cold, please consider staying away from the service.

Welcoming people into Church

We recommend that welcomers don't shake hands with people arriving for the service.  If welcomers do shake hands hand gel should be available to both parties.


Praying for our sisters and brothers around the world

Remember that the Methodist Church is wider than Britain We are learning from our sisters and brothers around the world who are dealing with a difficult and uncertain situation and we would ask that you hold them in prayer, particularly those in affected areas.

Revd Paul Wood, Interim Director of the Ministries Team, said: “As we deal with the practicalities of protecting people from coronavirus we continue to remember Our Calling to care for the other whilst always being mindful that is that our call is always to respond to the good news in Jesus. We are a people of hope we need to declare and model good news in these difficult times.”

Head of Mission, Jude Levermore said: “Our Calling is to respond in love and service to the needs of our communities. The aim of this advice is to help us do this even while the extent of the issue is still unclear. We are grateful to our sisters and brothers around the world who hold us in prayer as we hold them. We should not be afraid “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”  2 Timothy 1:7.

God of all hope we call on you today.
We pray for those who are living in fear:
Fear of illness, fear for loved ones, fear of other’s reactions to them.
May your Spirit give us a sense of calmness and peace.

We pray for your church in this time of uncertainty.
For those people who are worried about attending worship.
For those needing to make decisions in order to care for other
For those who will feel more isolated by not being able to attend.
Grant us your wisdom.

Holy God, we remember that you have promised that
Nothing will separate us from your love – demonstrated to us in Jesus Christ.
Help us turn our eyes, hearts and minds to you.