Update June 11, 2021: As you know, today the government eased restrictions, moving into step 1 of Ontario's reopening plan. Beginning today, indoor worship is once again allowed with a cap of 15% of capacity. That means that 60 people can be in the church for worship. This includes weddings and funerals.
In the interest of public health and for everyone's safety we are enforcing the following rules:
Starting June 12th, St Anne's weekend masses resume at 15% capacity until Ontario moves on to the next step.
If attending Mass, here are some reminders:
Arrive 15 to 20 minutes in advance
Enter through the main doors only
Share your contact information by using your Sunday envelope; putting your name and contact information on a piece of paper and dropping it in the collection basket; or signing in upon arrival
Wear your mask - Face coverings must be worn inside the church
Sanitize your hands
Stay in your pew. Please do not visit others. Washrooms are for emergencies only.
Communion will be distributed one section at a time, beginning with the outer sections and moving in toward the centre. Wear your mask while in line to receive communion and only remove it briefly to consume the Eucharist.
Exit via any door. Please do not linger in the parking lot.
Weekday masses at 9:00 am will resume with a maximum of 60 congregants. Doors will be locked once capacity is reached. Check the bulletin online for Mass times.
The church office has reopened with regular hours and with COVID protocols in place.
YouTube broadcasts of Sunday Masses will continue until the church is fully reopened and we can all gather together again.
Fr. Randy, Fr. Stan and all of our staff and volunteers send you our blessings and wishes for good health. This community continues to be in our daily prayers and we look forward to a time where we can all celebrate Mass together again.
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