Good news! It was announced today that churches in Scotland will be able to re-open for public worship from Friday 26th March, with a maximum attendance of 50 people per service.
As part of her announcement outlining the various changes to Covid-19 restrictions, the First Minister said:
"I can confirm that assuming no deterioration in the situation with the virus between now and then we intend to allow communal worship to restart from Friday, 26 March.... In addition, the limit on attendance at communal services will be increased from 20, which was the limit in place before lockdown to 50, assuming, of course, that place of worship is spacious enough to accommodate that many people with two metre physical distancing."
Exact details of our re-opening plan are still being examined by the Parish Council. Updates will be posted as soon as possible on our website. We look forward to welcoming you back to celebrate Easter together.