Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

15 July 2020

Restrictions are lifting across England. However, whilst people may now gather in church buildings that are Covid secure, the elders have decided to continue to meet online at on Sundays at 10am throughout August and September. We will continually monitor guidelines and will post plans for October onwards as soon as they are known. Our building may still be shut but the Church is wide open.

The office remains closed to visitors, but phone messages and emails are picked up and being dealt with by staff as soon as is possible during this time. Thank you.

18 March 2020

A message from 3 of our elders reiterating that we are not meeting on Sundays or midweek until further notice - when advised by the Government that it is safe to do so.

17 March 2020

Following the recent Government announcements relating to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want you to know that Sunday and other meetings of Life Church Bath will not be taking place for the foreseeable future.

We are planning to stay connected by filming a weekly video message, updates and songs to ensure that a mixture of worship and word remains available each Sunday morning and beyond.  We hope to find new ways of communicating and updating one another with testimonies, prophetic words and prayer. A new page on the website has been created for the weekly video message. Please see here

This is uncharted territory that allows a great opportunity to be the people we are called to be.  Above all this is a time to look out for those in need and creatively encourage, strengthen and bring hope whilst honouring the current constraints and challenges.

‘As we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the household of faith, the family of believers.’ Gal 6.10.

Life Church Bath will continue to review the advice and guidance issued by the UK Government and will keep the church family, visitors and conference delegates informed by our website, our social media platforms, and by email and personal contact where appropriate.

This is a period of uncertainty, but also a time to stand in faith, to encourage one another and resist the temptation of fear.  It is also a time to act wisely, to draw close to the Lord, because He is an ever present help when there is trouble around. 

And it is a time to look out for each other, particularly for those who are vulnerable in some way or another.

For advice and guidance in relation to COVID-19 we would direct you to the Government website. For information in regards to what steps you can take to protect yourself, please review the guidance offered by the NHS.