Wellington Spiritualist Church are aiming to reopen for all services from the 6th September 2020.
We are busy preparing for reopening and making sure everything will in place to keep our congregation safety and well-being at the forefront.
We will need to limit the amount of people that can attend our services, due to social distancing, a fair reservation service will be in place for each service; we will make you aware of how this will work nearer to the time of our reopening.
If you are feeling unwell and displaying any of the symptoms of corona virus or have recently been in contact with anyone who has tested positive to the virus and therefore should be isolating, please do not attend any church services.
Please bring your own tissues and drink with you and make sure to take this and all your belongings with you when you leave.
Please arrive promptly for the service and make sure to socially distance whilst queuing to enter the church. You will not be permitted to enter the church until 15 minutes before the start of the service.Please sanitise your hands with the sanitiser provided as you enter the church.You will be asked to give your contact details as part of the governments track and trace.
We request that as soon as you have entered the church and made your donation for the service to sit down straight away and fill seats from the top down.
We regret we will no longer be able to provide refreshments after the service and ask that you leave as soon as the service has finished and leave the church from the back row first, respecting social distance whilst you do so.
We close for two weeks over Easter and normally three weeks over Christmas.
Wellington SNU Spiritualists Church is open to the public.
All are welcome to attend. We do not discriminate. Nor do we do tolerate discrimination or bullying of any kind within our church.
We are a Charity (a non-profit organisation), all funds raised from events & services are used solely to operate & improve the church. The committee members work together to run the church and we have a lead healer.