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Attending our Masses

Courtney StromNativity of Our LordJune 7, 2021
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Updated Nov. 9, 2021.

Dear parishioners:

At the current time, under the rules of the Province of Ontario, Nativity of Our Lord can hold up to 245 persons per mass. 

Weekend Masses

For our weekend masses of Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9am and Sunday 11:30am Masses, you continue to need to register using the Eventbrite registration system - please go to the tab marked  Weekend Mass Sign Up found at the top centre of the home page of this website. 

You can register for weekend mass each Monday beginning at 10 am, by using the link for mass registration that will be on the homepage of the parish website.  Please remember that registration closes 2 hours before each weekend mass At this time walk-ins are permitted, however you will still need to give your name and contact information at the entrance door.

If you are attending a weekend mass, starting the weekend of Nov. 13/14, you will enter the church using the the two steel doors located immediately to the left of the parish office.  As before, all those attending must wear facial masks and sanitize their hands upon entry, and that you will be seated with the help of our welcoming ushers. The entrance will open 30 minutes before the start of mass.

Weekday Masses

For our weekday masses, we have resume our regular weekday mass schedule.   You will not need to register to attend any of the weekday masses.  As before, all attending will use the WEST entrance (facing the grass field).  As per the weekend masses, all attending will need to wear facial masks, sanitize their hands and be seated with the help of our welcoming ushers.  The entrance will open 30 minutes before the start of mass.

Livestream

We will continue to livestream a Sunday Mass either at the Saturday 5 pm mass or the Sunday 11:30am Mass. Please check the post marked "Livestream Mass" on the homepage of our website for the time of the livestream for this coming weekend's mass.

Together with our parish staff, I thank and bless all of you for your prayers and support of our parish. 

Peace and prayers,

Fr. Michael Machacek.