Now that the lockdown is beginning to ease we have begun to meet again in the chapel building on Sunday mornings only (although the services are also available on-line).
All our other meetings are still being held virtually for the present.
You are welcome to join us using the links on this page.
CHBC Friends: We have set up a WhatsApp group for the church congregation and friends to help us to keep in touch with each other, especially at this difficult time. Please send us your contact details if you would like to be added.
There will be a short service in the chapel. Please do not attend if you belong to a group that the government considers to be at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 or are currently taking special precautions. Various special arrangements will be in place, including:
If you are unable to attend in person, do join us using the online conferencing tool Zoom: Click https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81469866227 and then follow the instructions. The password is Acts. For audio only, dial one of the numbers listed below and, when prompted, use the meeting id 814 6986 6227 and password 856011.
We are using Zoom for this meeting. Click https://us04web.zoom.us/j/946366228 and then follow the instructions. The password is Nehemiah.
Alternatively, for audio only, dial one of these numbers and, when prompted, use the meeting id 946 366 228 and password 412871.
We are also using Zoom for our midweek meeting for Bible study and prayer. Click https://us04web.zoom.us/j/123806755 and then follow the instructions. The password is StudyPray.
For audio only, dial one of the numbers above and, when prompted, use the meeting id 123 806 755 and password 726920.
You can watch or listen to some of our recent morning meetings using the links below.
All available sermon recordings can be found on the Sermons page
Some have kindly asked about giving to the church while we are unable to meet together. Our outgoings will be largely unchanged during this time. You can find out the options on our Giving page.
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