Covid-19 Update , 1st March 2021
Following the Government’s recent announcement, we are looking forward to soon welcoming everyone back to CCT churches.
At present, our churches are still closed to the public for general visiting. However, as places of worship, they are available for communal worship, weddings in exceptional circumstances, and funerals. Where possible, we are supporting the local communities around our churches by providing access for individual prayer.
Provided the Government confirms the dates set out in its Roadmap, from 12 April we look forward to re-opening CCT churches for the local community. And, from 17 May, we are pleased our churches will be able to open again for general visiting by members of the public. We will be following all the necessary Government guidelines to ensure that churches are safe and welcoming.
Peter Aiers, Chief Executive, CCT says: “We are delighted to be able to begin planning the wider re-opening of our churches, all of which can provide a beacon of hope in the most difficult of times. The historic church building has a meaning and purpose, which has survived for centuries, through all the challenges that each generation has faced. Our volunteers and staff are working hard to get our churches ready for visitors once again and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.”
We continue to be grateful to our wonderful volunteers who care for and open CCT churches day to day. Local circumstances mean that not all churches will be open straight away, so it is important to check the website before you travel.
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