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What to Expect

(from 29th January 2022)

Plan and Prepare

  • No need to pre-book

  • The windows will remain open for ventilation.

  • There will be singing together and it is recommended to wear masks whilst singing.

  • No space between chairs

  • There is no cash offering as such but offering bags will be available as well as usual means.

  • There will be crèche and childcare provision.

  • Toilets will be available.

  • Church Bibles will not be provided.

  • NHS Test & Trace QR Code available.

On the day

1. Outside the Building

Allow time to enter the building:

  1. You will receive a welcome at the door and will be asked for your name and contact details. We will be following standard GDPR practices will your information. We need this information to contact you if someone contracts the virus.

  2. We will confirm with you on entry that you are in good health and check if you have any Covid-19 symptoms.

  3. There will be hand sanitiser and masks available.

Red: For now, I am keeping my distance

Amber: Happy to talk but not too close

Green: I'm all in (almost! ask if you want a hug!)

2. On Entry to the Building

  1. As we want everyone to feel safe as part of our community and free to interact (as much as they want) with others, a traffic light system is in place so that you can pick from a red, yellow and green lanyard on entry

  2. As a community we would like you to respect each other's choices, not to embarrass anyone but supporting this phase as much as possible.

  3.  The NHS Test & Trace QR code is available and we recommend we all use this and follow the instructions diligently.

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4. After the Service

  1. If you would like someone to pray with you, please go to the front of the church. Please note that we cannot guarantee privacy.

  2. Mask wearing is personal choice whilst in the building.

  3. Refreshments are being served after the service. Please go to the kitchen hatch to have your drink.

  4. We encourage you to interact with others outside, weather permitting.

  5. Avoid blocking pathways to ensure everyone feels comfortable. We also ask that we be considerate of other people's personal space (i.e. traffic light system)

3. During the Service

  1. Mask wearing is a personal choice.

  2. It is recommended to keep your mask on whilst singing.

  3. Windows and doors will remain open around the building to improve ventilation in the space at all times.

  4. The service will be live streamed on YouTube, so cameras will be on but will not show the congregation just those who lead.

  5.  Cash offering envelopes are available but electronic giving is encouraged.

  6. If you start to feel unwell will any symptoms associated with the virus, please leave the building immediately and let us know.

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5. On Exiting the Building

As we leave, it is recommended that we are sensitive to the space between us and others. We want to be respectful to our immediate neighbours too showing we are making a loving response to the situation.

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School Years 1-6

Every Sunday, 10.30am at LBC

School Years 7-10

Every Sunday, 10.30am at LBC.  Youth Group will continue 6-7.30pm at LBC.

School Leavers House Group

Every Wednesday, 7-8.30pm at LBC. 

Please contact Maria, our children and youth worker at for more details.


Our work with children and youth is dynamic and keeps growing.

Check back here regularly to be kept up-to-date!


Youth Group

Every Sunday 6.30pm during term time at LBC

Contact Maria for more details.

Join us every Sunday at 10.30am



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Prayer Meeting at LBC

In Person: 29th January

On Zoom: 22nd January

Last Week

29th January 2023

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