Dear Blessed Sacrament Parish Community,
Our church will be open for public Masses beginning the weekend of May 30/31, the feast of Pentecost. We are still in the midst of a pandemic, so Mass will look and feel different than the last time we gathered in March. Below you will find the guidelines for Mass at Blessed Sacrament.
Saturday at 4:00pm
Sunday at 10:00am
- Certain sections and pews will be roped off
- Each person/family should maintain 6ft of social distance between the next person or household in the pews and at all times while in the building and on the grounds
- Please follow the instructions of the ushers for seating and recognize you may not be seated where you usually sit
To Combat the Spread of COVID-19
Everyone is required to wear a face mask while in the church
Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance, please use it to sanitize your hands before coming in
There will be no worship aids or hymnals, you are asked to sing softly or hum along
The font will remain drained
Pews and surfaces will be sanitized between Masses
Communion will be distributed at the end of Mass and you will leave the church immediately after you receive
The max capacity per Mass will be 100 people
- Doors will open 30 minutes before Mass begins
- The chapel will be roped off and votive candles will not be available at this time
- The church building will remain closed in order to ensure clean and sanitized surfaces for Mass
- Bulletins will continue to be available electronically only
The Sunday obligation has been dispensed until August 30, 2020. We will continue to record Mass and make it available on our YouTube page. If you are at risk, immunocompromised, or feeling unwell in any capacity, please stay home. By stopping the spread of COVID-19, we will be able to worship together as a whole community sooner.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.