In-person worship at Rosyth has been happening since the last lockdown, with St Margaret’s and Rosyth Methodist meeting on alternate Sundays. This has worked well, but it is now felt that we can recommence weekly worship beginning on Sunday 3 October. For October, St Margaret’s will meet as usual at 9:30am, and Rosyth Methodist will meet at 11:15am, to give a little more time for post-worship cleaning in between services.
Even though we are at a level described as ‘Beyond Level 0’ in Scotland, we are encouraged to keep to the Covid protocols of hand sanitizing, wearing of facemasks, trace and protect, and 1 metre social distancing. At this point, refreshments will not be served following worship.
On the 4th Sunday of every month, beginning on Sunday 26 September 2021, we will resume the practice of worshipping together in a joint service with Rosyth Methodist Church at 10:30am. Future joint services for the remainder of 2021 will take place on 24 October. 28 November and 26 December.
[Adapted from Eddie Sykes’ letter at this link which followed a recent meet of our joint Covid committee]