From 24 February, the government introduced ‘Living with COVID’ which mainly moves the responsibility to a system of a personal/organisational level. Although there is no longer a legal requirement for people with COVID-19, our policy is always to act cautiously so that we continue to be safe for the benefits of our congregations, staff and whoever turns to us for help. We urge you to do likewise.
– How will the ‘Living with COVID-19’ plan affect my local HelpCentre?
– If I want to remain socially distanced, who can I speak to?
– What should I do if I test positive, can I still attend my local HelpCentre?
– Will a face covering be required when attending my local HelpCentre?
-Do I need to remain socially distanced while at the HelpCentre or is socialising now permitted?
– Can I attend services at my local HelpCentre?
– Where can I follow services if I am self-isolating?
– Will the Children’s Biblical Centres (CBCs) be open?
– Can I go to my local HelpCentre for advice and guidance?
– How can I fulfil my vows, present my tithe and offerings, and request prayers?
– Is the Lord’s Supper still taking place?
– Will the 24-hour helpline still be running?
– What about Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals?
– Can I have a home or hospital visit?
– What about IntelliMen and Godllywood meetings, will they still take place?