We are in unprecedented times with the COVID-19 pandemic. The well-being of our leadership, congregation, church members and community is very important to us. We are therefore following the government guidelines about social distancing, reduced travel and staying at home.
From Sunday 22nd March we suspended all congregational church meetings in our buildings. However, although our buildings are closed, the church is very much alive! Our congregations are holding prayer meetings, house groups and worship times online. For more information, contact us or speak to your congregation leader.
Every Sunday morning we are now live-streaming a service from our central building – The Ichthus Prayer House – via Zoom. We would love you to join us, so please contact your congregation leader to get the log in details and password. If you are an Ichthus link church or link individual, you are also welcome to join us on Sunday mornings – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get access.
The Ichthus office is still operating 9am – 5pm on weekdays, and we have set up remote systems, as well as diverting phone lines. We are regularly checking the post and still doing essential banking and posting.
We urge you to stand in prayer with us daily as we seek God for direction, healing for the sick and strength for those care workers on the front line.
Click here for a Prayer, written by Roger and Faith Forster, which you can pray over yourself, your family and your home during this difficult time. Click here to view and download a reflection on Psalm 91 – a prayer for protection, written by David and Terry Steinegger.