Mass Streaming

You can view the live-stream of Mass on our Facebook page. Mass will post here on Sundays after 8:00am Mass. Mass will remain posted here until the following weekend. Check out these short videos for tips on viewing Mass live.

The Mass will be streamed live at 4pm, Saturdays and 8am, Sundays, on our Facebook page. The recordings will be uploaded here after Mass, and will remain until the next Mass streamings.

Bulletin – January 23, 2022
Worship Aid – January 22
Worship Aid – January 23

Prayer Resources

During difficult times like these, it’s important to remember what Paul calls us to do in the first letter to the Thessalonians and that is to “Pray without ceasing.” We encourage you to use these resources to continue your family’s prayer life:

Prayers Concerning Corona Virus

Daily Reflections on the Readings

Prayer Requests of Our Parish Family

Parish Updates

Free At Home COVID Tests through USPS
Did you know that you can now order 4 at-home COVID tests completely free? Place your order using the following link. It’s really easy; all you need to provide is a name and shipping address, and if you’d like shipping notifications, an email address. One order of 4 tests is allowed per household and the tests ship free. https://special.usps.com/testkits

COVID Vaccine Clinic – February 6

January 2022 Update
In order for each of us to better protect ourselves and fellow members of our parish family, we have made the following updates to the precautions we are taking to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus:
-Fr. Jeff has granted dispensation to those who feel unsafe celebrating Mass in person. The 4pm Saturday Mass will be streamed in addition to 8am and 12:30pm Sunday Masses.
-All ministers serving at Mass will wear masks.
-The choir will have a limited number of members at each Mass.
-During the sign of peace, we encourage all to greet those outside of their own household with a wave, head
bow or peace sign.
-All are encouraged to use sanitizer before receiving communion. This helps protect those behind you.
-All are encouraged to wear a mask when moving about the building and to do your best to social distance between households.
We appreciate your cooperation in our hope to protect our parish family from this virus.

Liturgical Guidelines
As we continue serve and minister during this pandemic, we have based our liturgical guidelines on the recommendations provided by the CDC. For the well being of all our parish family, most especially those who are more vulnerable, we expect all to follow these guidelines, in order to protect our parish family. The CDC’s recommendations can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/faith-based.html

Parish Safety Plan for Attending Mass

Preparing for Being Present at Mass

All who enter the church building, especially those who are not vaccinated, are encouraged to wear a mask. It is especially good to wear a mask whenever you are not in your pew or when singing. Every attendant should check their temperature before coming to Mass. If it is elevated, or if you show any other symptoms of illness, stay home. If someone in your home or someone that you have been in close contact with has been tested positive for COVID-19 or shown any symptoms of illness, please stay home.

Guidelines During Mass

  • We will not pass the collection basket during the offertory, though we will have stationary baskets where you can drop your contribution during communion.
  • We will not shake hands or give hugs during the sign of peace.
  • All who receive communion must receive it in their hands. All are encouraged to use hand sanitizer before receiving communion. Spray bottles with sanitizer are available in each communion line aisle for your use.
  • If you are not receiving communion, remain in your pew.
Please note that these guidelines are for the protection of all our parish family and are subject to change as necessary. We will update with any changes.