As we begin to transition out of lockdown, we are passionate about continuing to build individuals and build a connected community. Latest government guidance allows us to combine our online presence with starting to meet together in person, but we want to make sure we all feel connected together even if not all of us will be able to meet in person yet.
join us in person
We’d love to meet with you in person, however, due to the social distancing rules we can only accommodate 30 people (slightly more if spaces are occupied by households who can sit together). You will therefore need to book your place before you attend each service and we are required to keep a record of who attends for 21 days in case there is a local outbreak of COVID-19.
Sundays | 11am | Havelock Street Church
Join us as we meet together again on a Sunday for a time of worship, communion and fellowship.
Tuesdays | 7pm | Havelock Street Church
Join us for an hour every Tuesday as we meet together to pray, share testimonies and praise Jesus.
As we meet together, there will be a number of measures in place, in line with government legislation, to ensure that everyone is safe. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to provide any provision for children at our Sunday and Tuesday services, however, children are more than welcome to attend the main service with a responsible adult.
If you or anyone else in your household has COVID-19 symptoms, we ask you to stay at home and join us for our online provisions.
join us online
To help with the transition out of lockdown we’ll continue to provide online provision so that we can carry on meeting virtually. Check out how you can connect with us online below:
Sundays | 3pm | Facebook & Website
Join us as we meet together on a Sunday for a time of worship, communion and teaching.
Whilst you’re waiting, check out last week’s service on our media page.
Tuesdays | 7pm | Facebook
Join us from home for a time of prayer.
Wednesdays | Noon | Facebook
Join us on the Bethel Community Facebook Group every Wednesday as one of our Senior Leaders goes live to reflect on this weeks Sunday message.