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  • Bible verse for 2020:

    "And let us consider how we may spur one another on towards love and good deeds" Hebrews 10:24

     
    Everyone is welcome at
     
    Bolney Village Chapel
     
    We are a community of all ages, and from all walks of life, who have discovered, and are discovering, what it means to be loved by God.
     
    We believe that God has shown us how much He loves us through His son Jesus Christ, who we believe died on our behalf, so that we might enjoy this life to the full, and look forward to eternal life when this one ends.
     
    We make no pretence to be perfect or to have life sorted, but we know that we are loved and forgiven by God.  We welcome anyone who would like to come with us on this journey of discovery and adventure.
     
    We hope that you enjoy exploring our site - please contact us if you can't find what you are looking for, and perhaps we will have the pleasure of meeting you one day.
     
    **UPDATED 2nd August**
    Sunday services are currently held at BVC 10.30 - 11.30am
    (The service is also live-streamed on our Facebook page
    for those unable to come to the building
    and for those who do not yet feel confident to do so).
     
    Please read the following summary of our Covid-19 Policy
     
    The following people should NOT attend church services

    Anyone who is self-isolating due to a possible or confirmed case of Covid-19 in the household.

    Anyone showing symptoms of Covid-19

    The building is limited to a maximum capacity of 30

    Separate entrance and exit and a one-way system will be in place within the building

    Notices are on the doors reminding you about hygiene and social distancing measures, stressing the critical importance of using hand sanitiser or hand washing both going in and out of the church building.  

    Supplies of hand sanitiser will be available on entry and exit and by the toilets.  

    From 8th August it is mandatory to wear face coverings in places of worship. Please bring your own. (Some masks will be available at the entrance to the Chapel).

    The building is set up for 2m social distancing. Chairs are not to be moved from their marked places.

    (Where 2m social distancing cannot be achieved it may be reduced to 1m providing additional protection measures are in place eg: face masks (not supplied))

    Bibles, books and children’s toys will not be available. Please bring your own Bible, notebook & pen. 

    Singing is not permitted within the building or its grounds or car park.

    Kitchen and its contents are NOT available for use.

    If required, please ensure that you bring your own drink in an individual container.

    Toilets will be available for use. Hand sanitisers and hand washing facilities will be available. 

    The 1st floor is not available for use. 

    Where practical the building will not be used 72hrs before the Church meets as this will reduce the need for additional cleaning. 

    Personal belongings inc coats, bags etc are to be retained by the individual and under no circumstances are to be touched by anyone else.

    When more than one member of a household is attending please inform one of the elders so that seats can be reserved and grouped together.

    A register of all those attending services will be taken and kept for 21 days in order to aid NHS Test and Trace, if required.

     

     

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    Life Group

    Currently held via Zoom Life Group meets every Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.00pm. This is a great time to ‘be family’ as we study the Bible and pray for one another. 

     

     

     

     

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