Communion Distribution

We do offer distribution of Holy Communion inside the church from 10am—10:15am. Keep in mind you are still dispensed and not required to attend Mass on Sunday. For those who are at risk or with underlying conditions, you may freely stay home. If you are feeling ill, please stay at home.  If you have questions, please contact the parish office.

  • Please enter through the front doors only

  • Be sure to wear a mask & maintain social distancing guidelines

  • Greeters will be present to spray hand sanitizer

  • Proceed to receive communion

VOLUNTEER SIGN UP FOR WEEKEND MASSES

If you are available to help out at weekend Masses, please watch the following video (Disinfection Procedure)  and read the checklist below before volunteering:

 

April Volunteer Sign Up:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040E4BA8A92DAAFA7-april

 

May Volunteer Sign Up:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040E4BA8A92DAAFA7-mayvolunteers

Covid-19 Precautions

  • Please enter through the vestibule doors.

  • Our stringent cleaning and seating protocols are still in place.

  • If you are sick, we insist that you stay home.

  • Those in attendance must maintain social distancing and wear protective equipment, such as a face mask or face covering.

  • Please check in with the greeter upon arrival. 

  • Please use hand sanitizer when entering the church through the vestibule doors.

What if can't or don't want to return to Mass yet?

  • You are still dispensed and not required to attend Mass on Sunday.

  • For those who are at risk or with underlying conditions, you may freely stay home.

  • You can still watch Mass on YouTube.  Please sign up for Flocknote to receive the link if you have not already done so.  Directions on how to sign up for Flocknote can be found on our website.  You can also sign up by texting STPATS1 to 84576 or by clicking this link: 

https://stpatrick35.flocknote.com/group/451121/addToGroupFromOutside                                                       

 

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