Holy Communion by Intinction:
Along with many other churches in our country, this is a safe and positive step forwards to the eventual return of us drinking from a common cup.
What does intinction mean in practice? From Wednesday  2 February, when you come forward for Holy Communion, you will be given a wafer that has been gently dipped into the wine of the chalice with the words, ‘The Body and Blood of Christ’.
Please be assured that all other safety measures will be observed such as hand sanitising as we gradually move back to normal practice.
In the meantime. our thanks go to all our teams who have ensured that we have been able to receive Holy Communion with all due reverence and safety over the last 6 months. You are greatly appreciated.  

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