Our in person services are currently postponed
We will update this page with more information when it is available
We would love to welcome you to gather with us at the Hull Vineyard for one of our Sunday Services.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, numbers at these services are limited and you will need to book a place in order to attend.
Please book enough tickets for the number of people in your household including any children 1-year-old or above.
Please note, it is a requirement that face masks are worn by the majority of adults in places of worship. For more information please visit – GOV.UK
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What to expect
All the services will usually be 50-60 mins long and will feature worship, word and socially distanced ministry.
Family Services will also include some family focussed activities and a slightly shorter talk.
We won’t be able to sing together as a congregation, but we will be able to worship together in other creative ways.
When you arrive at church you will be greeted by one of our wonderful welcome team who will show you where you can queue safely before inviting you in.
We recommend that you arrive at least 15-20 minutes before the service start so that you can be checked in and seated in time for the start of the service.
In the building
While you are with us you will be free to use the toilets and cafe space. There will be a one way system in place and team members to manage the flow of people in smaller spaces.
At the end of the service you will be directed by the team to leave via one of the auditorium fire exits.
Please, leave the site as swiftly as possible and remember that, no more than groups of six can socially interact with one another. So please, avoid congregating with other visitors in the car park.
The two morning family-friendly services will have some fun activities and content aimed at the younger members of our congregation.
Please note, there will be no separate children’s work provided at services and children must stay with their parents/guardians at all times.
Young children under 1 year old, who will not require their own seat, do not need to book a ticket.
It is currently the law in England that face coverings are worn in places of worship by the majority of people aged 11 and over. Please, bring an appropriate face covering to wear at the service. If you forget one, don’t worry we will have some available on the door.
For the latest rules on face coverings head to – GOV.UK