Please note that due to the latest lockdown requirements, St. Mary's Lowe House will be closed except for funerals until advised by the Government that the Churches can re-open. If parishioners need any help or advice, you are welcome to contact Fr. Tom or Deacon Dave. There will therefore be NO Holy Mass on Thursday 5th November.
Important information about about the re-opening
of St Mary's Lowe House
Please note when attending holy mass:
Please bring a mask!
68 People are allowed in the church.
Please observe social distancing guidelines at all times if queueing or anywhere in church.
Please follow the instructions of the stewards when you attend holy mass.
Do not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.
Think carefully about attending if you are at risk clinically or have been advised to shield.
The Sunday obligation has not yet been re-instated.
Please avoid bringing shopping or other large personal items into church.
The piety shop will remain closed.
Toilets will not be in use. In case of a genuine emergency speak to a steward.
Revised Holy Mass times at St Mary’s Lowe House:
Holy Hour is also held at 3.00pm
on the First Friday of every month.
THE CHURCH HAS CAPACITY FOR 68 PEOPLE.
ENTRANCE BY THE FRONT DOORS ONLY PLEASE (NO ENTRY VIA CRAB STREET).
St Thomas of Canterbury:
Following the opening of St Mary’s Lowe House, Fr. Tom is now considering opening St Thomas of Canterbury Church. However, this can only be done if volunteers come forward to help. Based on experience at Lowe House, at least 20 volunteers will be needed, initially to clean the Church, and then to act as stewards to assist in guiding people coming to Holy Mass and in sanitising the Church afterwards. If you are able to volunteer, please contact Deacon Dave on: 07523425540 or email email@example.com
There are important updates regarding Parish changes and getting ready for Mass as the Covid-19 guidelines change.
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