To register for Mass, first select the number of tickets you would like for Mass on the weekend of March 27/28 and April 10/11. We will now allow people to register for both Weekend Masses at one time. You must sign up every Sunday. Please be considerate of other parishioners and do not register until you know you will be able to attend Mass. Some Masses do reach capacity, especially 11 am and 1 pm Mass. You MUST register to guarentee a space at Mass. If some masses are filled, please sign up for another Mass with open seating.
Please note that a general dispensation to attend Sunday Mass is still in effect until further notice. People who would be vulnerable to the COVID-19 are encouraged not to attend Mass as this time. Also, do not attend Mass if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have recently come into contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Please chose the number of seats you need first, such as a single ticket, tickets for 2 people, tickets for 3 people or tickets for 4 people. The Quanity should be ONE if you are signing up in the correct slot. Example: If you have a family of four, the quantity is ONE and the slot is Four Seats. If you put in Quanity 4 and Four Seats, you are requesting 16 seats. DO NOT SIGN UP MULTIPLE PEOPLE IN THE SINGLE TICKET SLOTS. Families of more than 4 people may have select a combination of tickets or may contact [email protected] for assistance. Currently Mass tickets are limited to 240 online spots per Vigil or Sunday Mass. We are sorry we have to limit Mass attendance at this time but it is important to keep our community safe. At this time, Holy Communion may only be received by the hand. Masks must be worn during Mass by all those over two years of age. You will be asked to sanitize your hands before entering Mass by our greeters. We use a CDC approved natural santizer that dissipates quickly and leaves little to no odor. You may bring and use your own personal sanitizer prior to entering the Church if you wish. Thank you so much for helping us to re-open for Mass safely. If we keep this up, it will help us to open up to accommodate more people. We all want our church to be filled once more.
God Bless and Stay Safe,
The St. John the Evangelist Re-Opening Team