Posts Tagged ‘Little churches’

Two Churches swap buildings

Monday, April 24th, 2023

Two churches in Bristol, England, have swapped buildings. Horfield Baptist Church, which has held its current site since 1894, said they believe it is in the best interests of both buth churches. They hold a Sunday service and a ‘messy church’ for parents and children. The other church, B&A Church Bristol, has a collection of Read more

Churches require seat booking for Mass

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

As Catholic churches throughout New Zealand prepare to welcome people back to Sunday Mass church ministers are warning things are not the same. Catholic churches used to have a common look and feel, but post-COVID-19, the new normal will likely be less familiar, it may even seem a little strange, warns Wellington priest, Pete Roe. Read more

Eucharist during COVID-19: What have we learnt?

Monday, May 18th, 2020

A pandemic being fought with a lockdown imposed on the whole population affects all areas of life. Organised religion normally involves congregations gathering, the word ‘church’ is based on the word ‘assembly’. The respiratory virus can spread with disastrous effects in a closely packed crowd and for very good reasons public gatherings were banned during Read more

COVID-19 Alert Level Two discriminates against churches

Monday, May 11th, 2020
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A Wellington parish priest is calling into question the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s decision to limit the number of people in churches to ten people. “It is strange that bars and restaurants can open but churches are limited to just ten people”, said Fr Pete Roe the Parish Administrator of St Francis of Assisi parish Read more