Catholic Chaplaincy in hospital
Pastoral Care for Catholic Patients at Southport & Ormskirk Hospital and Queenscourt Hospice

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This guidance for funerals is laid down by Public Health England and the Catholic Bishop’s Conference. The prime objective of the guidance is to keep everyone safe.

UPDATED In order that you can come and share in our worship, the beauty of the church, and just being with the Lord at Holy Family, we are working hard to ensure that everyone is safe.

One of our Saturday evening ZOOM regulars, Minna, is a BSL (British Sign Language) linguist, and has made a short video for us, with some background and a demonstration of a non contact way of giving each other the sign of peace.

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Dear Parishioner and Visitor

We do not feel that reservations are necessary for anything other than special occasions, and would invite you to come to the church, knowing we are still observing all the required measures with social distancing, facemasks and limited seating etc. With the recent rise in Covid cases in this area we do not feel that relaxing these measures is a sensible thing to do at this time (July 2021)