In order to safely accommodate members of the congregation and ensure we comply with all requirements, and don’t exceed maximum numbers permitted, there are two services each Sunday morning. Social-distancing measures will be in place to ensure the safety of everyone in attendance.
A booking system is in operation – please don’t just turn up.
The first service starts at 10.30am and the second service at 11.45am.
Entrance is from the Overgate side of the building only. The door will be opened 10 minutes before the start of the service. Please bring a face covering with you as wearing of these is mandatory inside the building. Please observe social distancing at the entrance to the building and follow instructions from the Welcome team once you are inside. You will be guided to your seat and at the end of the service please follow directions from the Welcome team. You may wish to bring your own Bible with you as the church Bibles will not be available for use.
To reserve a place at the Sunday service, please contact the church office by 12noon on the Friday before, preferably by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: 01382 200031 (please leave your message on the answerphone).
Please give the following information:
- Contact Telephone number (this will be used as part of the Test & Protect details we need to collect)
- Number of seats if you are a family group
- First service or Second service
You will only be contacted if there is no space available at the service you have requested. Otherwise please arrive no more than 10 minutes before the service start time.
You are being asked to supply your name and contact details to help us assist with the NHS Scotland Test and Protect Strategy. If you do not provide this information, we cannot register your attendance at the Church and will be unable to share your name with NHS Scotland if a relevant case of infection occurs. Your personal data will be retained for up to 28 days and will then be disposed of securely.
A recorded service will still be available on The Steeple Church YouTube channel and CDs of the service will also continue to be available for those without internet access.