Posted on: January 23, 2021

Staying safe at Mass

The church is open for Sunday Masses (17.30 on Saturday evening and 10.00 on Sunday morning) at the moment but keeping people safe is a high priority. If you consider yourself to be at all vulnerable with this new more highly transmissible Coronavirus please consider staying at home where you feel safe and secure.  For those who are at Mass, it is even more important than ever to maintain as much social distance as possible and to keep masks on over noses.  We will be seating single people in the side aisles and ask you to sit as close to the wall as possible to maximise social distance.  Family
groups should sit in the centre of the pew as far as possible.
Holy Communion is now distributed to parishioners at the end of Mass. Remember to take everything with you as you will be going straight out of the building.  One of the hardest rules to stick to is not talking to anybody who is not in our household or support bubble, but this is more important than ever now.  We all like a chat but please do not wander around to talk before Mass, or linger outside on your way out.


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