Holy Rosary Mass Reservations
Important update...please read!
Online and call-in registration will no longer be available after May 16. We will seat individuals and families at Mass on a “first come, first serve” basis beginning weekend of May 22 and 23. The last Mass available for registration is Sunday, May 16. If you previously registered for Mass beyond May 16, you will receive an email with more information.
We encourage everyone to arrive at least 20 minutes before Mass begins. The first two pews will remain open for our mobility-impaired parishioners, but all other seating will be “first come, first serve” starting at the May 22 and 23 Masses. Doors open 30 minutes before Mass begins.
New: 2 Households May Sit Together for Mass
You may now include one other household to sit with for Mass under your reservation.
- Coordinate amongst yourselves and have one person sign-up.
- List all members of both households attending.
Holy Rosary Is Scheduling Vaccines!
Holy Rosary and the City of Seattle have partnered to help eligible community members get vaccinated! Holy Rosary is directly scheduling with the Covid Clinic so if you or someone you know is eligible, please call! All vaccinations will take place at the West Seattle Vaccination Clinic at 2801 SW Thistle St. in West Seattle. To make an appointment, please leave a message for Libby with your full name and phone number at 206-937-1488 ext. 209 or email at [email protected].
Daily Mass Schedule-No reservation needed, just walk up!
We will offer the following daily Mass schedule:
- Tuesday evening, 6:00pm (Confessions prior at 5:15-5:50pm)
- Wednesday morning, 8:45am School/Parish Mass
- Thursday morning, 8:45am School/Parish Mass
- Friday morning, 8:45am
For Daily Mass, no reservations needed and we will take walk-ups until we are at capacity.
COVID-19 Update as of November 16, 2020:
November 15, 2020, Governor Inslee added new restrictions to address the increase in COVID-19 transmissions. With regard to religious services, the restrictions are for 25% capacity or less than 200 people, whichever is smaller. Our current seating capacity and practice falls within these guidelines and we do not need to make any changes. Please continue to make the best decisions for yourself, your family and your neighbors.
As we open for public Mass again, we are limited by the number of individuals allowed to attend. Individuals must be in good health and should not be in the greater risk categories for COVID-19 as defined as over 60 years old and/or with pre-existing medical conditions. We are responsible for creating a safe environment for parishioners and staff, and we need your help to do so.
In order to come to Mass, you must successfully pass this screening by answering “No” to all six of these questions. A “Yes” to even one question is a failed screening, and for the love and safety of your brothers and sisters, you are asked to remain at home.
In the last 14 days, have you:
- Traveled internationally?
- Been exposed to a person with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 without the correct PPE?
- Had a temperature at least 100.4°F, or 1.8°F above a lower regular personal baseline temperature?
- Had new or increased shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?
- Had a new cough?
- Had at least two of the following symptoms together: Chills, Muscle pain, Headache, Sore throat, and/or New loss of taste or smell, NEW: diarrhea, vomiting, runny nose/congestion.
If you pass this prescreening, you are eligible to sign your household up attend Mass.
A household is defined as a group of individuals who live together under one roof. We will add more slots for future Masses once we have the necessary ministers in place. MINISTERS AND THEIR HOUSEHOLDS should not sign up using this platform, but should utilize the MSP Program. This includes EMHCS, Lectors/Sacristans, A/V Techs and Hospitality Ministers.
To sign up for Mass, review the availability below and click on the button to sign up. You will receive a confirmation email after completing your registration.
UPDATE: Please help us help you...arrive 15-20 minutes early for check-in. Empty seats will be given to walk-ups 5 minutes before Mass begins. Register early! Arrive early!
In order to attend Mass, everyone age 2 years old and older must wear a mask. If you forget your mask or do not have one to wear, we have a supply or new masks at the registration table near the East entrance door to the Church.
We look forward to seeing you at church!
For questions, email Deyette Swegle at [email protected].
|| Deyette Swegle