Bishop Forster calls for patience and understanding as Church Services resume

The Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, the Rt Rev Andrew Forster, has appealed to parishioners to be patient and understanding as their churches get ready for the resumption of public worship.

Bishop Andrew Forster.

There was no set date for the return of services, Bishop Andrew said during his weekly reflection on Facebook Live on Sunday, and when they did return, they would look very different to services before the lockdown. “I would appeal to you to be patient, to be understanding, to be cooperative with all the systems that are put in place, and to be safe in how we go…

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