PER DIOCESAN GUIDELINES, STARTING ON MARCH 26TH, THERE ARE NO LONGER ANY RESTRICTIONS TO ATTENDING MASS.

HOWEVER, IF YOU STILL DESIRE TO WEAR A MASK, YOU ARE FREE TO DO SO.

Click here for a PDF of the Announcement:

March 11, 2022 - Updated Covid-19 Protocols for Church Activities

Please be advised that NO RESERVATTIONS will be required to attend the Weekend Mass.  Anyone can attend; contact tracing cards are no longer required.  Also, ushers will no longer direct seating arrangements.

Starting on March 26th, you will not be required to wear a mask during mass.  However, if you still desire to wear a mask for personal safety or comfort, you are free to do so.  If possible, we would appreciate it if you could bring your own hand sanitizer as the available hand sanitizer stations around the church will be limited.  We do encourage all attendees to still practice safe hygiene and social distancing when appropriate, especially when interacting with our elderly or vulnerable members of our community.

Please do not come to mass if you are feeling sick.

as of July 01, 2021 our live streaming of Mass has been discontinued.​

In order to be able to have masses, it requires a lot of manpower and service.  Although there are people that are already volunteering to assist with the needs of the church during this time, more volunteers are always appreciated.  If you would like to volunteer to help with the various tasks needed to have mass, or would like to find out how you can assist, please call the parish office during regular office hours.  Most tasks just need you to show up ready to work!

 

God Bless! 

BISHOP LARRY: FAITHFUL & SAFE: GUIDELINES FOR RETURNING TO CHURCH VIDEO

BEFORE YOU COME TO CHURCH VIDEO 

WHEN YOU COME TO CHURCH VIDEO