Covid-19 Guidelines


Dear Saints,

 As we all know government instructions because of the Coronavirus outbreak, are leading to significant restrictions on our usual freedoms.

Brooks of Life Ministries International (BOLMI), are taking the need for “Social (or better) physical distancing” seriously.

As good citizens, aware that our Christian duty is to cooperate with the governing authorities (Romans 13) and as those called to love our neighbours (Mark 12) we have no alternative other than to comply with this.

Like many of you, we’ve being staying up to date with all the information and guidelines that are being given regarding the spread of ‘COVID-19’. We are aware of the severity of this situation and the need for sensible and safe precautions.

We are now slowly re-opening the church building following the Government announcement that church buildings will be able to reopen for public worship from 4th July, providing physical distancing remains in place.  For detailed guidance please click  HERE

Whilst we are being responsible in how we approach the spread of this virus, we want to encourage you to not give into the spread of fear and panic.

Isaiah 41:10 tells us: “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God.  I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand”

We must not allow the size of this issue to diminish the size of our faith.

In order to support a safe return to our place of worship, we are having to restrict the numbers of people in attendance to a maximum of 30.

You can book your place via the following link (Please note children must be counted as part of the numbers when making a booking):

Please note anyone attending in person will need to ensure that they are wearing face masks or face coverings whilst on the premises at all times.

Once we reach capacity we will not be able to accept any more congregants, however you can join us online via our Facebook page as all services will continue to be streamed live.

“God is our help and refuge an ever-present help in times of trouble.” Psalm 46:1

With love & prayers,