Coronavirus Impact

Although Wales is now at Alert Level Zero the Welsh Government has kept a small but significant number of legal requirements to help reduce the spread of the virus and help protect the most vulnerable. Organisations have a duty to protect their people while on their premises. While there are some important steps we must all continue to take to help ourselves and others, three legal requirements remain at Alert Level Zero:

1. Organisations and event organisers, must undertake a coronavirus risk assessment of their premises and activities and take reasonable measures to minimise exposure to, and the spread of, coronavirus based on that risk assessment.

2. Everyone must still self-isolate for 10 days if they test positive for COVID-19. If you are a close contact of someone who has tested positive and you are not fully vaccinated you must also self-isolate for 10 days as instructed by the Test Trace Protect system.

3. Adults and children over 12 must wear face-coverings in indoor public places, with the exception of hospitality settings.

The duty to prevent the spread of the virus has now been transferred to venues and event organisers. We have updated our risk assessment to reflect this and the context of low incidence and high levels of vaccination. Our current risk assessment can be found Here

We see three significant risks that need to be addressed to operate safely:

1. People attending church services and events who may have the virus, even if they are asymptomatic

2. Producing large amounts of aerosol when singing

3. Touching common surfaces

We have already put in pace a number of mitigating factors:

1. Good ventilation before, during and after services

2. Limiting our time in the building by having shorter services

3. Provide an on-line service for those who do not feel it is safe to attend.

4. Continue with some physical distancing measures.

The last four weeks service are found below:

An audio version can also be found on the "Listen to sermons (click here)" page, as can all previous sermons

Helps for young people to listen to the sermon will be available at church but please bring your own pens or pencils

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We are "Your Church in the village" because we are the only church in the village of Little Mill, close to the border of Monmouthshire and Torfaen, near Usk. The church is in the centre of the village next to the large village hall.

We worship in spirit and in truth, but we also have a degree of informality about our meetings.Little Mill Church is not just a building. It’s a collection of people; children, teenagers, singles, couples, families, middle aged and older people. We are all ordinary people who have found that the good news of Jesus Christ makes a real difference to life, and gives it rich meaning. We also want to share that good news with other people too. We welcome people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures as we seek to express our unity in the good news about Jesus Christ as Saviour.We are a Bible believing church and centre our teaching and practice around God's word. In a world of change and uncertainty we believe that God has spoken to us through his unchanging and reliable word.

We practice believers baptism, but welcome people of other persuasions because we believe that our oneness in Christ is the most important distinguishing feature for true believers.

Churches and individual Christians should be the salt of the earth and therefore we seek to have an influence for good on the community around us. We hold regular services for worship and Bible teaching, and our community based activities include

  • two weekly groups for children and young people

  • a monthly lunch for older people - the First Thursday Lunch Club

We have a page on Facebook, which you can access by clicking here

Thanks for visiting our website to learn more about our church. You will find out a bit about us on this site, but the best way of finding out what we are really like is to come along to one of our regular meetings. Alternatively you can contact us by phone or email if you would like to find out more.