In light of the government guidance arising from the coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, Regent Street Presbyterian Church has cancelled all gatherings for Sunday worship. This also applies to all our groups and organisations. The church office is closed.
As restrictions are eased, we are aiming to recommence corporate worship in the church building in November 2020. However, there will be limits on the numbers able to attend in order to comply with guidance on social distancing and staying safe.
Prior to reopening for corporate worship, some smaller gatherings may be held in the building. This will help us to re-establish gathering physically together and assess the changes we are putting in place to do that safely. We will keep the church family updated about our plans.
Progress is dependent on the Covid-19 situation. In the meantime, we will continue to provide services online.
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A message from Rev Paul Dalzell
As Convener of the Vacancy Commission and Interim Moderator, I look forward to working with you, as together we seek to share God’s Good News.
We all know that calling a minister to a congregation is always something that is challenging and needs God’s people to earnestly seek God’s will in prayer and work together to this end. However, as I’m sure you very much appreciate, Covid-19 has made this even more challenging and requiring even more patience as we wait on God to guide us by his Holy Spirit.
Until you are able to call and install your new minister, I am available as needed pastorally. Should such a need arise, I would ask that in the first instance you contact the Clerk of Session, Mr Ian Macdonald, who will then contact me as needed.
We hope that in the not too distant future we can move towards worshipping together in the church building but in the meantime may the online services, conducted by myself and visiting ministers, along with the excellent involvement and support of others in Regent Street Presbyterian Church, be a blessing to you.