COVID-19

Directives for Masses and Holy Communion

What a joyous moment, to be able to celebrate together in Mass. This brings our people together with guidelines. Please note that we are doing what is required by the CDC as well as the Diocese to bring our faithful back to worship within a safe and healthy environment.  

NOTE: The obligation to attend Mass is still rescinded until April 11, 2021. However April 11, 2021 brings an opportunity for even more of the faithful to return.

Please see the Bishops Decree for more information.

Click on this link Bishop Decree for the entire explanation.  

 

 

--Masks are to be worn on the way in and out of sanctuary/church. If you choose you may wear a mask during Mass or if social distancing is not maintainable

--Sanitize your hands upon arrival or before you enter

--Please do not congregate within the vestibule or church. We must practice social distancing at all times

--Go directly to a pew that is NOT marked off. 

--Families may sit together as you don’t need to practice social distancing from each other.

--There will be NO physical sign of peace, no presentation of gifts, no collection taken by ushers, no communion from the chalice.

--A basket will be within the church for your contribution envelopes

ONCE YOU ARE IN, You’re in. PLEASE STAY IN PLACE until the release from mass.

---FATHER WILL COME TO YOU via the empty rows for Communion. Please remain kneeling, or if unable to kneel-scoot to the front of pew seat.

--The Cry Room is not available with seating and should be used for just that, crying children only at this time.

-When mass is ended please follow the lead of the ushers and exit with masks on and exit the building.

--Maintain social distancing if you are in the parking lot.