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Livestream of Divine Liturgies & Services at St. Athanasius Ukrainian Catholic Church  – Regina

 June 6 – 13, 2021

  • Sunday, June 6th –  POST – FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST – Second Sunday after Pentecost 
    – 9:15 am – Rosary
    – 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy

 

  • Monday, June 7th
    7:00 pm – Moleben to Jesus Christ, Lover of Mankind
  • Tuesday, June 8th
    – 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy 
  • Wednesday, June 9th
    – 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy 
  • Thursday, June 10th
    – 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy  
  • Friday, June 11th – Feast of Christ, Lover of Mankind
    – 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy 

 

  • Sunday, June 13th – 3rd Sunday after Pentecost 
    – 9:15 am – Rosary
    – 9:30 am – Divine Liturgy 

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RETURN TO IN-PERSON SERVICES:

 Guidelines for Church Services at St. Athanasius Ukrainian Catholic Church – Regina

  • MASK IS MANDATORY UPON ENTERING THE CHURCH AND DURING DIVINE LITURGY
  • BULLETINS CANNNOT BE LEFT ANYWHERE IN THE CHURCH. PLEASE TAKE HOME AND RECYCLE.

    The Faith Leaders’ Working Group met with our government liaisons again. As you know, the Saskatchewan Re-opening Roadmap will begin Step 1 on Sunday May 30. We have sought clarification on a number of details raised by you or another faith leader. Here is a summary of the upcoming changes: (Places of worship guidelines)

    In Step 1, beginning Sunday, May 30:
    • maximum capacity of a place of worship will be increased to 30% of seating capacity, with a maximum of 150 people in the entire facility.
    • 2 metre distancing, masking, sanitizing, and contact tracing will continue to be required.
    • sharing food or drink is prohibited in Step 1.
    • other non-worship gatherings will be allowed to a maximum of 30 people.
    • non-worship gatherings held concurrently with a worship service are allowed but the total number of people in the worship service and additional gathering may not exceed 150 people.
    • non-essential travel is not recommended outside Saskatchewan.

  • In Step 2, beginning June 20, there will be few changes affecting places of worship:
    • maximum capacity will remain 30% of seating capacity, with a maximum of 150 people in the entire facility.
    • 2 metre distancing, masking, sanitizing, and contact tracing will continue to be required.
    • sharing food or drink is prohibited in Step 2.
    • other non-worship gatherings will be allowed to a maximum of 150 people.
    • non-worship gatherings held concurrently with a worship service are allowed but the total number of people in the worship service and additional gathering may not exceed 150 people.
    • non-essential travel is not recommended outside Saskatchewan.
    Step 3 is anticipated in mid-July. In Step 3 most restrictions will be lifted. There will be no limits oncapacity, food and drink will be permitted, physical distancing and contact tracing will not be required. It is expected that masks and sanitizing will be advised for some time, but the public health emergency will end, and the public health orders will be lifted soon after Step 3 begins.
    Due to the continuing high infection rates in both Alberta and Manitoba, travel will not be recommended even in Step 3. The entire SK Roadmap is contingent on the continuing decline in infection rates. Please continue to cooperate with public health authorities and encourage vaccination.
    As the province is easing the restrictions for churches in the Reopen plan, St. Athanasius willbe moving to the following starting Sunday May 30, 2021.
    A maximum of 55 people will be allowed in three groups of 1 or 2 in the available pews to maintain the distancing required.
    • All parishioners MUST continue to pre-register for all Liturgies by contacting Father Vasyl for weekdays (306-519-8008) or Rosanne Miller for Sundays (306-543-5773).
    • If you are on the edge of a pew please step into the aisle or move to the centre to avoid people having to step over one another.
    • All seating is on the main floor as the choir loft remains closed to the public.
    • As restrictions continue to change, we will update you further.
  • Please note: Due to the revised Public Health order regarding places of worship, St. Athanasius Church will allow 55 people to attend services as per Public Health Act of Saskatchewan. Also, please remember there is to be no gathering or socializing in the church foyer after services. Please continue to register for all services.
  • SUNDAY LITURGIES: If you wish to attend Liturgy on Sundays, please contact Rosanne Miller, 306-543-5773, to confirm your attendance (preferably by Noon on Saturday). This is a reminder that this process must be followed for EACH Sunday. You can leave a message for Rosanne if she is not home, and she will confirm whether or not there is space for you. Thank you for your cooperation. 
  • WEEKDAY LITURGIES: If you wish to attend weekday Liturgies, please register by calling Fr. Vasyl at 306- 519-9030.
  • Please join our services by visiting our website and clicking on the Livestream icon: https://stathanasius.ca/nl/ or on Facebook: https://facebook.com/reginaukrainiancatholicnorth/live

Fr. Vasyl Tymishak

  • Please see the complete listing of Divine Liturgies that are being Livestreamed through our parish bulletin link: 

    https://st-athanasius.ca/nl/bulletins/»»


     

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