Come and celebrate life in our community
The gradual easing of restrictions which enables the faith community to gather in a way in which we are used to has come as a welcome relief to many. Funerals are still limited to one hundred people, but it was wonderful to be singing at Mass last weekend because music is such an integral part of our worship.
The next stage in our worship at Sts Peter and Paul will advance in two ways but still in keeping with Government regulations. The number attending any Sunday Mass can now increase to one hundred. It is still advised that if you know which Mass you are attending to contact the Parish Office beforehand as this will save time at the door of the church at your arrival.
If you are not already on the list, please arrive early at the church as you must register at the door on your arrival. Each family group and individual must complete the form with your name and telephone number.
By completing the above details, you are also acknowledging that you comply with the conditions that have been set down as law by the State Government. These conditions are:
It is great that we can gather in this way, albeit with these conditions, because as we know from the experience in southern States this is a particularly contagious virus and being conscious of one another is vital in keeping everyone safe. Thank you for your cooperation and patience and please contact me if you have any helpful suggestions.
On behalf of the parish community, welcome!
If you live in this area, you are very lucky because you can come to see us, take part in our weekly celebration of the Eucharist, and enjoy the wonderful sense of friendship and belonging which is typical of the parish of Saints Peter and Paul.