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Parish Risk Assessment:
Our Parish Risk Assessment indicates that under current Coronavirus / COVID-19 regulations we are limited to a maximum number of 120 people attending Masses. The same limit applies for, weddings, funerals and all other services.
- Monday and Friday 7pm
- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9,30am
- Saturday (Vigil) 6.30pm and Sunday 10am and 12 noon.
The church will be open for private prayer from 10am to 2pm each day – NOTE CHANGE
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for 30 minutes before each Mass (except Sunday).
On Saturday there will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 10am – 5pm when the church will close for cleaning, prior to the Vigil Mass. The church will close directly after Mass on Sundays.
All relevant public health guidelines must be followed. This will include the implementation of Track and Trace (recording contact numbers), taking of temperatures before entering the church, wearing of face masks and sanitising of hands.
All Masses will be broadcast on this page. There is still no obligation to attend Mass and online participation is deemed sufficient.