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Safeguarding

The PCC of St John the Evangelist, Sandown is committed to safeguarding and supports fully the Diocese of Portsmouth Safeguarding Policy. All of our licensed clergy, lay readers and volunteers are DBS checked; all PCC members, clergy and volunteers are trained in safeguarding every 3 years. Our Safeguarding Officer is Rev. Jonathan Hall who can be contacted on 01983 402480 Our Safeguarding policy can be found by clicking here.
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OUR CHURCH REOPENS FOR WORHSHIP AND PRAYER FROM SUNDAY 2ND AUGUST You are warmly invited to join us for A simple service of Holy Communion 10.30am Every Sunday If you are unable to join us in Church an online Service will continue to be available here on our website. Guidelines for preventing the spread of coronavirus mean that our services will feel very different… Everyone is required to wear a mask, except in the case of medical exemption. Everyone will be asked to sanitise their hands as they enter and leave. Everyone will be asked to give their name and contact details to assist with NHS “test and trace.” There will be posters and markers to help everyone move around the church in a safe way to maintain 2m social distance wherever possible. The total number of people will be limited to 27 with people sitting in alternate pews. (Increased if members of the same household sit together). There will be an order of service to take home and bring back with you. Music will continue to be an important part of our worship - although we will not be able to sing, there will be recorded or live music for reflection. We will share Communion together, but this will be the bread only. Although we will not be able to share in the usual time of socialising over refreshments at the end of the service, there will be a strong sense of comfort gained from being able to worship together as “the body of Christ” in one place.
Sandown Isle of Wight St. John the Evangelist
Welcome to the church of St John the Evangelist

| ©2018 St. John the Evangelist, Sandown

Upcoming Events
ABOUT ABOUT CONTACT CONTACT SERVICES SERVICES EVENTS EVENTS St JOHN’S CALENDAR St JOHN’S CALENDAR
The St John the Evangelist website is in the process of being re-built October 2018

Safeguarding

The PCC of St John the Evangelist, Sandown is committed to safeguarding and supports fully the Diocese of Portsmouth Safeguarding Policy. All of our licensed clergy, lay readers and volunteers are DBS checked; all PCC members, clergy and volunteers are trained in safeguarding every 3 years. Our Safeguarding Officer is Rev. Jonathan Hall who can be contacted on 01983 402480 Our Safeguarding policy can be found by clicking here.
POLICY POLICY If you’re unable to join us in Church why not share in worship with us here
This Sunday’s Service
OUR CHURCH REOPENS FOR WORHSHIP AND PRAYER FROM SUNDAY 2ND AUGUST You are warmly invited to join us for A simple service of Holy Communion 10.30am Every Sunday If you are unable to join us in Church an online Service will continue to be available here on our website. Guidelines for preventing the spread of coronavirus mean that our services will feel very different… Everyone is required to wear a mask, except in the case of medical exemption. Everyone will be asked to sanitise their hands as they enter and leave. Everyone will be asked to give their name and contact details to assist with NHS “test and trace.” There will be posters and markers to help everyone move around the church in a safe way to maintain 2m social distance wherever possible. The total number of people will be limited to 27 with people sitting in alternate pews. (Increased if members of the same household sit together). There will be an order of service to take home and bring back with you. Music will continue to be an important part of our worship - although we will not be able to sing, there will be recorded or live music for reflection. We will share Communion together, but this will be the bread only. Although we will not be able to share in the usual time of socialising over refreshments at the end of the service, there will be a strong sense of comfort gained from being able to worship together as “the body of Christ” in one place.
Sandown Isle of Wight St. John the Evangelist
Welcome to the church of St John the Evangelist

| ©2018 St. John the Evangelist, Sandown

Upcoming Events

ABOUT ABOUT CONTACT CONTACT SERVICES SERVICES EVENTS EVENTS St JOHN’S CALENDAR St JOHN’S CALENDAR Follow us on

Safeguarding

The PCC of St John the Evangelist, Sandown is committed to safeguarding and supports fully the Diocese of Portsmouth Safeguarding Policy. All of our licensed clergy, lay readers and volunteers are DBS checked; all PCC members, clergy and volunteers are trained in safeguarding every 3 years. Our Safeguarding Officer is Rev. Jonathan Hall who can be contacted on 01983 402480 Our Safeguarding policy can be found by clicking here.
POLICY POLICY
If you’re unable to join us in Church why not share in worship with us here This Sunday’s Service
OUR CHURCH REOPENS FOR WORHSHIP AND PRAYER FROM SUNDAY 2ND AUGUST You are warmly invited to join us for A simple service of Holy Communion 10.30am Every Sunday If you are unable to join us in Church an online Service will continue to be available here on our website. Guidelines for preventing the spread of coronavirus mean that our services will feel very different… Everyone is required to wear a mask, except in the case of medical exemption. Everyone will be asked to sanitise their hands as they enter and leave. Everyone will be asked to give their name and contact details to assist with NHS “test and trace.” There will be posters and markers to help everyone move around the church in a safe way to maintain 2m social distance wherever possible. The total number of people will be limited to 27 with people sitting in alternate pews. (Increased if members of the same household sit together). There will be an order of service to take home and bring back with you. Music will continue to be an important part of our worship - although we will not be able to sing, there will be recorded or live music for reflection. We will share Communion together, but this will be the bread only. Although we will not be able to share in the usual time of socialising over refreshments at the end of the service, there will be a strong sense of comfort gained from being able to worship together as “the body of Christ” in one place.
Sandown Isle of Wight St. John the Evangelist