The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass issued on March 12, 2020 remains in place for the Diocese of Wilmington.
Parishioners who are particularly vulnerable (e.g. over the age of sixty, existing heart or lung conditions, diabetes, or otherwise immuno-compromised) are STRONGLY DISCOURAGED from attending public celebrations of the Church until all restrictions have been lifted.
For the celebration of Mass at home, Resurrection Parish has a video recorded Mass posted each Sunday on the website, www.resurrectionde.org.
For those who cannot attend Mass in person, know that God’s infinite grace and mercy remain abundantly available.
We believe that anyone who wishes to participate in Eucharist should be able to. Thus, if more people sign up than we can safely accommodate, we will offer a second mass.
Please note: if we need to have a second mass, it will probably begin at 11:00 a.m. Finally, do not assume that there will be a second mass. If we need to offer that mass, a second sign-up sheet will be posted.
Thank you for your goodness.
Fr. Greg Corrigan, pastor
To register to attend Mass, please click on the pink button below. Next, click on the blue button.
Please come with an open heart. Changes to the Mass are necessary for the health and safety of all. We welcome everyone to walk joyfully and patiently as a parish community as we figure this out in a safe, yet holy way.
Due to space limitations, registration is required. By registering for this Mass you are confirming that you are healthy and free of any Covid-19 symptoms.
Check in begins 30 minutes prior to Mass. On arriving in the Church, you will be greeted by an usher who will check you in and show you to your seat(s) for the Mass. You will not be able to choose your own place to sit. However, household groups will remain together.
Masks/face coverings must be worn throughout the Mass except when receiving Holy Communion.
Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance. You may also bring your own hand sanitizer.
Six foot social distancing is requested at all times on parish property.
|| Debbie Seymour