Aston Clinton Baptist Church

Covid 19

Aston Clinton Baptist Church

Nevertheless, as infections continue to rise, the Government recommends continuing caution. Good ventilation, diligence in hygiene, wearing a face covering in enclosed and crowded spaces, and limiting contact with those we do not live with, are all noted as beneficial behaviours. 
In the light of this, together with the advice from the Baptist Union, the Deacons recommend that it is both sensible and appropriate for ACBC to continue to take some measures to limit the spread of Covid-19.

At ACBC, we have a responsibility to protect their staff, congregations, communities, and other users of our buildings. However, the Deacons would recommend that we proceed carefully.  We have removed all signage in the church and hall.  If you choose to remain in your home bubbles, that is fine; if you choose to mix that is at your own discretion.

If you feel you would like to continue wearing a mask in church, again this is at your discretion.  Communion and the weekly offertory will continue as is currently and this will be reviewed in early September 2021.

As we fast approach the holiday season, we have also taken the decision to not serve refreshments after the church service as lots of people are away and it would prove difficult to put together a rota for the kitchen.  This again will be reviewed in early September 2021.

We will also start to open up other church activities in early September 2021; further details to follow on this.
We are continuing to review all guidance documentation and with suggestions of questions that churches should now consider and recommendations of best practice and we will continue to monitor going forward and keep you updated as best we can. 

Nick Harris, Minister