When attending the Vine Church I agree to follow the following as detailed more fully in our Coronavirus Action Plan.
Do you have a new or continuous cough?
Do you have a high temperature? (“A high temperature is feeling hot to the touch on your chest or back (you don’t need to measure your temperature). You may feel warm, cold or shivery.” )
Do you currently have a loss of taste or smell?
Have you been in contact with someone with the above symptoms and been asked to self-isolate, or been in contact with a confirmed case of Coronavirus?
If I have a health condition that means I am likely to require First Aid (such as I am prone to seizures or panic attacks for example) then we would ask you to attend our services online and not in person at this time to keep yourself and others safe.
Here’s a copy of our Test and Protect Collection of Personal Data – Privacy Notice
Children aged 5 and over must wear face coverings, unless they have an exemption. Only schools and regulated childcare settings are excluded from this requirement.
Parents or guardians should ensure children maintain appropriate physical distancing and good hand and respiratory hygiene whilst they remain in any part of the place of worship’s grounds or premises. General guidance relating to coronavirus and children is available on the ParentClub website.”
If you have not been adhering to Scottish government COVID guidelines we ask you not to attend the Vine Church services as you will be putting other people at risk. We would ask you to attend our online services instead.
In line with other public indoor spaces, from 8 August face coverings must be worn within places of worship. For these purposes, a face shield is not considered to be a face covering.
Worshippers must wear a face covering at all times while they are within the place of worship.
Where essential to the act of worship, briefly removing a face covering to consume food or drink is permissible.
Other exemptions to the wearing of a face covering, including for health reasons, can be found in the guidance on the use of face coverings.
The wearing of face coverings must not be used as an alternative to other precautions including physical distancing, hand washing and respiratory hygiene.
Lots of people attend church here every Sunday. We meet at 10am..
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