Weekly Newsletter

Our Lady of the Rosary is open for public Mass.

Please continue to follow the hygiene guidance when attending Mass.

You MUST NOT come to church if you have any covid symptoms, have tested positive, are awaiting test results, or have been asked to self-isolate for any reason.

Please always check the newsletter for the latest information and Mass times.

This week’s newsletter and other relevant documents – 

Newsletter: Pentecost – 28.5.23


Covid-19 Guidance for Churches from the Bishops’ Conference and verified by officials from Public Health England, 24 January 2022

The following to be observed following the lifting of ‘Plan B’ on 27 January 2022:

• People displaying any symptoms of covid-19 should stay at home and not travel to church or participate in person.
• Hand sanitiser is available to those attending the Church.
• It is strongly recommended that during the act of worship people wear a face covering to reduce the spread of Covid.
• Churches should continue to ensure there is good ventilation; in this case, because of climatic conditions, it would be important to remind people to wrap up well in church!
• The Church in England and Wales supports the vaccination programme and encourages people to be vaccinated.
• People who are engaged in a form of pastoral ministry which involves ministry to the housebound, sick, and vulnerable, should take regular lateral flow tests to ensure they are safe to do so and should take care to ensure that the number of visits to different homes in a single session of visiting is managed. These are free from the NHS.

Covid Guidance in full from the Bishops’ Conference, 24 January 2022 – please read


Previous week’s newsletter:

Newsletter: 7th Sunday – 21.5.23


2021.04.22 –  Reflection by the Bishops of England and Wales – Day of the Lord


%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close