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Updated Instructions for Attending Divine Liturgy
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDING DIVINE LITURGY
AT SAINTS PETER & PAUL (Updated June 4, 2021)
• EFFECTIVE May 30, 2021, THE ATTENDANCE LIMIT AT EACH SERVICE AT SAINTS PETER AND PAUL IS 150 PEOPLE ACCORDING TO NEW PROVINCIAL REGULATIONS.
- Those wishing to attend Divine Liturgy on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings must preregister with the parish office. Pre-registration is also required for Presanctified Liturgies and Holy Week/Easter Services. To make a reservation, please contact the parish office either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday at 4:00pm or by phone (306-343-6516) during office hours. No
walk-ins are allowed.
- Sit together with members of your household only. Please sit only at the places with a cross made out of tape on the pew backrest.
- MASKS – All children age 2 and older and all adults are required to wear a mask during the entire service even if you are vaccinated. Only children under the age of 2 are not required to wear a mask. Masks will not be provided so it is necessary to bring your own. Please put your mask on in your car or outside. If you are not able to wear a mask then we ask that you do not attend Liturgy.
- The church only opens 30 minutes before the start of Liturgy. An orange pylon is placed outside one of the doors to let everyone know when the doors are open.
- At a Liturgy without preregistration, please sign in with the usher at the door when you get to church. This is necessary in case contact tracing is required.
- Divine Liturgy books are available at the back of the church to borrow and take home or return after.
- Please do not move around the church. Remain at your seat for the entire service except if you have to use the washroom. Please enter and exit the pew from the same aisle (i.e., do not walk across the empty pews).
- At the end of Liturgy, please lower the kneeler, because this helps to indicate where sanitization is required after the Liturgy.
- Eucharist is given in the hand with a dry host only. Eucharist will be given at the end of Liturgy. Please practice physical distancing in the communion line.
- Those who are medically vulnerable and at high risk should consider not attending Divine Liturgy at this time. Liturgies for Sundays and major feast days will continue to be posted on YouTube. The obligation to attend Liturgy on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation is still dispensed by Bishop Bryan.
- Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.