Our vision is to be a community that radically loves God and others, bringing transformation locally, nationally and globally.

Bethany Community Church is a charismatic Christian community of people from all ages, cultures and walks of life.

We meet together on a Sunday morning and during the week within Small Groups.

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Join us every Sunday at 10.30am at St George’s School Harpenden (AL5 4TD)

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Coronavirus Update 

On 2nd December the government body that overseas legislation and guidelines for youth work met to discuss if there should be any changes to their Covid-19 guidance. They decided yesterday that in all settings where youth work is undertaken indoors, mask wearing is now mandatory for everyone over the age of 11 unless they are medically exempt. This doesn’t come as a surprise as most schools across the UK are already doing this. So please, unless your young person is medically exempt, send them to our youth activities (Friday evenings & Sunday mornings) with a mask.

Due to this change in Government guidance, we would like to keep everyone as safe as possible. So, we ask that everyone (unless medically exempt), coming along to our Sunday morning meetings, wears a mask. Spare masks will be available in the welcome area for anyone that requires one. If possible, we also encourage everyone to do an LFT before attending any church activities.

We will make hand sanitiser available at various points around the building and would encourage you to use this when coming into St George’s.

We will create a seating area that has increased space between chairs for those who would like to be socially distanced. This will be in the right-hand block of seating as you are facing the front. We will also keep the fire doors open on that side, so there will be plenty of ventilation. If you would like to sit elsewhere and still be socially distanced, then please let someone on the door know and they will give you a sheet of paper that you can place on the chair next to you (this means you would have to sit on an aisle seat) that will indicate you would like to maintain social distancing.

If you are showing symptoms of Covid or have tested positive, please do not attend the meeting as it is vital that we protect others. If you have come into contact with some-one else who has tested positive, please do a test prior to coming to St George’s, even if you have been double-jabbed. Thank you so much. (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronaviruscovid-19/symptoms/main-symptoms/#symptoms)

Or you can catch up with our previous weeks Sunday meeting at 10.30am at online.bethanycc.uk

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If you are showing symptoms of Covid or have tested positive, please do not attend the meeting as it is vital that we protect others. If you have come into contact with some-one else who has tested positive, please do a test prior to coming to St George’s, even if you have been double-jabbed. Thank you so much. (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronaviruscovid-19/symptoms/main-symptoms/#symptoms)

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Join us every Sunday at 10.30am at St George’s School Harpenden (AL5 4TD)

https://goo.gl/maps/Zzh6wEUjrXNmeBiKA

Coronavirus Update 

On 2nd December the government body that overseas legislation and guidelines for youth work met to discuss if there should be any changes to their Covid-19 guidance. They decided yesterday that in all settings where youth work is undertaken indoors, mask wearing is now mandatory for everyone over the age of 11 unless they are medically exempt. This doesn’t come as a surprise as most schools across the UK are already doing this. So please, unless your young person is medically exempt, send them to our youth activities (Friday evenings & Sunday mornings) with a mask.

Due to this change in Government guidance, we would like to keep everyone as safe as possible. So, we ask that everyone (unless medically exempt), coming along to our Sunday morning meetings, wears a mask. Spare masks will be available in the welcome area for anyone that requires one. If possible, we also encourage everyone to do an LFT before attending any church activities.

We will make hand sanitiser available at various points around the building and would encourage you to use this when coming into St George’s.

We will create a seating area that has increased space between chairs for those who would like to be socially distanced. This will be in the right-hand block of seating as you are facing the front. We will also keep the fire doors open on that side, so there will be plenty of ventilation. If you would like to sit elsewhere and still be socially distanced, then please let someone on the door know and they will give you a sheet of paper that you can place on the chair next to you (this means you would have to sit on an aisle seat) that will indicate you would like to maintain social distancing.

If you are showing symptoms of Covid or have tested positive, please do not attend the meeting as it is vital that we protect others. If you have come into contact with some-one else who has tested positive, please do a test prior to coming to St George’s, even if you have been double-jabbed. Thank you so much. (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronaviruscovid-19/symptoms/main-symptoms/#symptoms)

Or you can catch up with our previous weeks Sunday meeting at 10.30am at online.bethanycc.uk

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