Sundays


10:30am 
All-Age Morning Service

7pm Evening Service

All-Age Morning Service

This is our main gathering and there is something for everyone! Even if you've never been to church before we hope you'll feel welcome.

Parents, to find out what your children will be up to when you join us head to our Parents Portal: parents.christchurchbromley.org/sunday

Online Services

From September 2022 our 10:30am service will only be available to members of our church family who cannot be with us in person. The live stream will not be available to the general public. From August our 7pm service will not be live streamed.

Members of our church family can request access to the live stream using this form: Request Access to Sunday Live Stream

The private live stream can be found here:

livestream.christchurchbromley.org

If you'd like to see what our services look like you can access our back catalogue of live streamed serves on our YouTube channel. Just click on the logo below:

youtube.com/c/christchurchbromley


Sermons Podcast

Recordings of our sermons and other audio material can be found online at ccbmedia.co.uk, or by searching for 'Christ Church Bromley' on all good podcast apps. You can find us available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, and more.


Coronavirus Control Measures

The government has withdrawn all legal restrictions relating to COVID-19. We continue to follow the available public health guidance to ensure our gatherings are as safe as reasonably possible. We acknowledge that some of us wish to take more precautions and others welcome the personal freedom afforded by the latest changes. We hope to take an approach that enables the most people to gather in worship safely. There continues to be a great need to put the command to love and bear with one another into action when we gather.

All procedures are kept under review and we respond to new guidance as well as lessons learnt over time.

We expect to have the following  measures in place on Sundays:

  • Hand sanitiser is widely available, including at entrances and exits
  • Providing a seating area for those that wish to remain physically distanced and sit with others who are wearing face coverings
  • Opening windows to provide ventilation
  • Church car park is closed to allow space to socialise outside

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I'm anxious about 'getting back to normal', is there any advice for me?

A: We would love to talk to you to see how we can help you. Please get in touch to let us know.

The NHS has also put together 11 tips to help with this, you can find them online here: https://www.nhs.uk/every-mind-matters/coronavirus/tips-to-cope-with-anxiety-lockdown-lifting/


Q: What should I do if I'm at high risk from coronavirus?

A: Please check the advice from the NHS below to decide what is best for you and your circumstances.

Link: Who is at high risk from coronavirus (COVID-19)

Link: Advice for people at high risk from coronavirus (COVID-19)


Q: Is there somewhere for parents to go if a child needs to be taken out of the service?

A: Yes. The church centre/creche is open for parents who need time out with their child.

We strongly encourage parents to remain in the service with their children as much as possible, including returning as soon as you feel your child is able. Keeping children a part of our gathered worship is important.


Q: Should I come to church if I have symptoms?

A: "While you’re no longer required by law to self-isolate if you have COVID-19, you should still stay at home and avoid contact with other people. This helps reduce the chance of passing COVID-19 on to others." (NHS.uk, 04/03/2022)

Further information is available from the NHS here.


Q: Do I have to wear a face covering?

A: Face coverings are no longer required by law.

We will have disposable face masks available if you would like one and have forgotten to bring one with you.

The Government's advice on 'When to consider wearing a face covering or a face mask' is available here. (gov.uk, 21/04/2022)


Q: You're live streaming, how can I avoid being on camera?

A:  Please look for signs when you arrive, these will clearly mark the areas where you could be in view.  Anyone seated in the front row or walking past the front will be in view. This is about 20 seats out of 200+. There's plenty of room if you don't want to be on camera!



Parents Portal

The place to go for all our resources for Parents

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