Welcome Back BCM Family!

We’re reopening our doors for 2021 and we’re excited to be able to fellowship together once again. To make sure we’re compliant with the current guidelines, we’ve set out a new system for how our church services will operate.

We have a ticketing system in place

You’ll have to book your tickets online to ensure you can attend church. (It isn’t a concert or the cinema, we know, but it helps us keep track of who is attending service.) We will release the tickets every Monday for the Sunday coming so that you can reserve a space for you and anyone coming with you. It’s operated on a first come, first served basis so book early to avoid disappointment.

Also, if you book a ticket and then you’re unable to attend church on Sunday, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can release your ticket to someone else.

Weekly capacity

We can have a maximum of sixty-five people in one church service each week, which includes the key members: the preacher, production team, worship team, musicians, ushers and PA team.

What happens when I arrive?

An usher will greet you wearing their face shield or mask. They will take your temperature, give you a clean mask and ask you to sanitise your hands before filling in the register of attendance. We will ask for your name and telephone number for track and trace purposes only. 

You must wear your mask throughout the service, ensuring that it covers both your mouth and nose to keep you and other attendees safe. If you have a medical exemption which means you can’t wear a mask, please let us know in advance.

Seating arrangements

Once we’ve recorded your details, one of the ushers may show you to your seat. Everyone who attends must sit in their bubble according to government guidelines. We know and understand that you’ve missed your brothers and sisters, but please refrain from sitting together as we must be compliant. 

The chairs will be 2 metres apart. Please ensure you aren’t sitting directly behind another person or family as that breaches social distancing. 

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