We Live Stream each of our Masses.
• A high temperature
• New, continuous cough
• Loss or change to your sense of taste or smell
If you are able to attend Mass during the week, we would ask that you do this rather than attend on a Sunday.
Capacity for Sacred Heart is 40 people maximum. Please come early, if the Church reaches capacity or you do not wear a face covering, the stewards have been instructed to stop those people from entering. There cannot be any exceptions to this. Everyone must wear a face covering for the duration of being in Church, we will not provide face masks.
As you arrive you will be asked to use hand sanitiser and then shown where to sit. Please follow the instructions given by the stewards. There will be no altar servers assisting the priest. The homily will be shorter than usual and there will be no intercessions. There will be no sign of peace.
As the priest is about to receive Communion, he will raise the Host saying: “the Body of Christ” and the congregation will respond collectively “Amen”. He will then raise the chalice, saying: “the Blood of Christ” and the congregation will respond by saying “Amen”. After the priest has received Communion, he will continue with Mass. Following the final blessing, he will come to the bottom step of the sanctuary and distribute Communion. The Stewards will direct you when to come forward for communion.
Once you have received Holy Communion you will leave the Church, using hand sanitiser as you leave. Please do not congregate either inside or outside of church at the end of Mass. Please do not bring any unnecessary belongings as anything left behind will be disposed of.
I know that these measures will be difficult for people, but we must do all we can to protect each other.
Thank you for your continued support.
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About our Parish/The God who Speaks
We are getting prepared with our social distancing and new arrangement of pews, to enable us to open for private prayer in a safe environment. https://t.co/je3nEu5ABx
We cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion in any form. At the same time, we have to recognize that violence is self-destructive and self-defeating. Nothing is gained by violence and so much is lost. Let us pray for reconciliation and peace.
We celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity this Sunday and begin the 10th Week of Ordinary time, Sunday readings Year A, weekdays Year 2, (Diivine Office Volume III) https://t.co/8I1ze1zxfo
Our thought for the day is from Pope Francis. https://t.co/uyhOjaPzL6
We will be live streaming Sunday Mass at 10.30am. I'm learning to do the flower arrangements - but I look forward to the return of our wonderful flower arrangers https://t.co/um36rhFtKx