Resumption of the Public Celebration of Holy Mass

Dear Parishioners,

Please take note that as Level 3 Lockdown Regulations have been updated as of 02 February 2021, we are in the position whereby we are able to resume the Public Celebration of Holy Mass. We shall therefore resume the Public Celebration of Holy Mass as of this weekend.

Mass times shall therefore be Saturday 06 February 2021 at 17h00 and Sunday 07 February 2021 at 10h00.

It will not be necessary to reserve your attendance in advance, however, as per the new regulations, we are permitted a maximum of fifty (50) Parishioners in attendance at a single Celebration, so attendance will need to be on a “first-come first-served” basis.

The wearing of facemasks while inside the church building remains compulsory, and all COVID-19 precautions will continue to be observed as before, i.e. Temperature Check, Registration, Sanitising, and Social Distancing.

Albeit all Parishioners are welcome to attend Holy Mass again, it is strongly recommended that those Parishioners who fall within a “high risk” category should rather avoid attending Holy Mass at this time, e.g. Parishioners over the age of sixty (60) or Parishioners with existing comorbidities.

It is extremely important, if after having attended a Celebration of Holy Mass, a Parishioner tests positive for COVID-19, that he/she inform the Parish via email as soon as possible, as there are a number of protocols which need to be followed in this instance, e.g. closing the Parish for fourteen (14) days and notifying all others who were present at the same Celebration.

I urge all Parishioners to subscribe to the Parish website in order to receive all updates about the Parish, and I ask that those who are subscribed please share these updates with those who are not.

Please feel free to download below the official letter regarding the Resumption of the Public Celebration of Holy Mass and share it throughout the Parish.

I pray that you and your families will remain safe and healthy during this time.

AMDG

Fr. John