Church Services - COVID19
*note that although still in Level 4, church attendance numbers have been increased to 50 people, and council-boundary travel restrictions have been lifted for attending your normal place of worship*
During the current pandemic our services are available to those who are pre-booked online. You can click on the booking button below to pre-book. To help those who are not able to book online, you can simply get in touch with the church office and we will book you in. Please also note that we are holding places available for those with special circumstances to make church inclusive for as many people as possible.
We are livestreaming the 10am services on the website so you can enjoy them at home when you are not able to come to the live service.
The church meets every Sunday at 10am or 11.30am
for our Sunday Service (same service repeated in a different room.)
The 10am service will be upstairs in the Sanctuary and the 11.30am service will be in the Side Hall. Hearing aid users should note there is no loop system in the Side Hall.
It helps to get there 15 minutes early to get a parking spot and seat in time for the service to start.
Those attending at 10am should be aware that from 13th December the service will be livestreamed on our website. Should you have any concerns about being identifiable on the screen please email in advance or speak to a steward as there are areas off-camera where you could be seated.
We meet at our church building in the city centre. The address is:
Hebron Evangelical Church
You can expect a warm, socially distanced welcome, an impacting preach and a friendly bunch of people gathering to learn more about God.
Due to the government's current guidelines and restrictions there will be a check-in system operating at the door on arrival, to allow us to record contact details for attendees, in line with the *NHS Test and Protect Scheme
. There will also be no sung congregational worship and we will have social distancing measures in place in the seating areas and one-way systems in the corridors. Please note we will be encouraging people not to linger on the church property when the service is finished, and that access to the toilets will be restricted to dire need only - the services will be shorter at the moment so hopefully this will not be a problem! Families with young children should be aware that for now, children must remain with their parents at all times and there will be no access to toys stored in the church.
Note that face coverings
will be required inside the building.
Anyone who is
must not attend church; you should stay at home and continue to enjoy the online service provided.
vulnerable or at-risk due to health conditions or age
displaying symptoms of Covid-19
self-isolating due to living with someone who is displaying symptoms
as a result of contact tracing is staying at home to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19
You must pre-book to come to the service using our 'Sunday Service Booking System'. Booking is done in blocks of seats. If there is no block available for your group size please email and we may be able to rearrange the blocks.
If you are not logged in to the church website please do so below and then use the booking button. Otherwise, to use the system, please **register below and come back to use the booking button.
If you are not able to register or use online systems, please contact us
and we will help you.
If you have any questions about our Sunday Services or need to get in touch with us about any other enquiry we will be happy to help. Please contact us
for more information.
You will see the registration/login options below if you are not logged-in already...
Spaces can fill up quickly towards the end of the week! We can add you to the waiting list in case there is a late cancellation, or we can offer you an early booking option for next Sunday if you don't get in this week.
Book your seat(s) Waiting List
*Contact Tracing. From www.gov.scot May 2020:
"9. For the purposes of contact tracing, a close contact is someone who has been physically close enough to the confirmed case for a long enough period of time, that they may have had the infection transmitted to them. For COVID-19, this includes everyone who has been less than 2 metres away from a confirmed case for 15 minutes or more. The risk of the disease being transmitted is higher the closer the contact, the greater the exposure to respiratory droplets (for example from coughing), or the longer the duration of the contact."