Health & safety notice regarding COVID-19
THE BELOW ADVICE IS IN RELATION TO HILLSONG CHURCH LONDON
The health and wellbeing of our congregation is our highest priority.
Please be assured that Hillsong is closely monitoring and acting on the guidance provided by the UK Government regarding COVID-19.
• Join us live on hillsong.co.uk/onlineservice and our YouTube Channel ‘Hillsong Church London’ (everything is filmed in accordance with Government guidelines)
• Please continue to follow the national restrictions in place
• From 2 December we will follow the 3 Tier system. A summary of each Tier can be found here
• Groups ensure that you are connected and supported during this time. Find your nearest group on our website hillsong.co.uk/groups
• If you need to talk to a pastor please find your local contact here
Ultimately, even as we pursue preventative measures and exercise wisdom in keeping ourselves and loved ones safe, our faith and security is in Jesus Christ. We pray His promise of protection over you and your family. Let’s also pray for those affected around the world, and that the virus will be quickly contained and conquered.
“Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.” John 14:1
COVID-19 Guidance for Gathering
During this time we encourage you to meet up with family and friends, while following the Government guidelines. We’ve outlined the key points you need to be aware of:
The Government Guidance for the Christmas Period contains all the relevant info from meeting friends and carol singing, to forming a Christmas bubble and NYE celebrations.
Face coverings must, by law, be worn on public transport, in shops and in most indoor public spaces.
Meeting people from outside your household
We are currently unable to meet with people from other households anywhere indoors, including private homes.
You are able to meet in a public outdoor space, when on your own, with one person from another household (while observing a social distance of 1m+)
If you live alone, you are able to form a support bubble with one other household.
Parents are able to form a childcare bubble with one other household for the purposes of informal childcare, where the child is 13 or under.
Additional Government Recommendations
Try to limit the number of people you interact with, especially over short periods of time.
The risk of transmission is higher indoors so take extra care.
Continue to wash your hands regularly.
Don’t hold or attend events or celebrations where it will be difficult to maintain social distancing.