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Places of worship

Some places of worship are expected to open on July 4.

Not all faith buildings are opening for congregational prayers and some service times are changing – check before you attend.

Remember to adhere to social distancing when you are queuing, entering or leaving any faith buildings.

We know you will be keen to speak to family and friends, but please remember not to congregate outside buildings either before or after individual or congregational prayers or services. 

You may be asked to provide your name and contact details. This is to assist with track and trace just in case somebody else who attends the faith building at the same time as you, starts to display symptoms of coronavirus.

Follow the advice and guidelines to keep you, your friends and your family safe. The latest information Government information can be found here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-for-the-safe-use-of-places-of-worship-from-4-july/covid-19-guidance-for-the-safe-use-of-places-of-worship-from-4-july

You can also visit the Oldham Interfaith Forum website www.oldhaminterfaith.org.uk 

Oldham is a place where no-one is excluded because of their faith, race, culture or origin; a town where everyone is valued and has a sense of belonging.

The Oldham Interfaith Forum provides a list of places of worship. To enquire about a place of worship please contact the Oldham Interfaith Forum through their website http://oldhaminterfaith.org.uk/

Oldham Interfaith Forum provides informal support, advice and help with paperwork.  The forum is based at:

St. Patricks Church,
40 Union Street West,
Tel: 0161 624 6733

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