COVID-19 including HOW TO VOLUNTEER

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement of 23rd March, the Archbishops have written to clergy in support of the measures, requiring that churches must now close both for private worship and public services.
Our church buildings are therefore now closed for public worship, private prayer and all other meetings and activities except for vital community services until further notice.

Whilst our buildings are closed, the church is still working and praying, please find resources to help you at home on this page.

The latest advice for churches can be viewed by following this link:  www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches

The Church of England has many resources including: Today’s Prayer, Daily Prayer including listening to Prayer during the Day and Night Prayer, Link to the Time to Pray App and special prayers, intercessions and liturgy for COVID-19, all available by following this link: /www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/church-online

Sunday Eucharist and other services are being streamed on our YouTube channel – Plympton Team Ministry

The weekly notices are not currently being printed but can be found on the Weekly Newsletter page of the website

The April magazine will not be delivered to homes  but a smaller pdf version can be found on the Team Magazine page of the website

Guidance from the Diocese of Exeter regarding responding to concerns about vulnerable adults can be found here: http://www.exeter.anglican.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Responding-Guidance-During-Covid19-Isolation-20200323.pdf

Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults information, and the Plympton Team Ministry community response can be found here: Safeguarding community contacts list

Volunteering

If you would like to volunteer to assist with the hot meal delivery service supported by the Brook Inn and/or the new Plympton Foodbank, please click the Volunteering in Plympton link. These are both co-ordinated by the Plympton Team Ministry. Within the link you can also find out how to volunteer for the ‘Support a Neighbour’ scheme run by the Health and Social Care team. Volunteering in Plympton