Temporary Worship Schedule

Everyone is welcome at the Church of the Redeemer

 

For Masses on all holy days, and other special worship, please click here.

Weekday Masses
Weekday mass is offered in-person at the high altar at 10 AM, Monday - Saturday. No pre-registration is required. Social distancing protocols are in effect
 

Weekend Masses

Join us In-Person for mass this weekend, or join the livestream from home. Only our 9 and 11 AM masses require pre-registration, and plenty of space is available. We have even made accommodations for newcomers and visitors.
 
Saturday

5:30 PM   A Contemporary Mass

Sunday
7:30 AM   Said Mass, Rite One
9:00 AM   Choral Mass, Rite Two (pre-registration required, beginning Tuesday at 3 PM - link here)
11:00 AM Choral Mass, Rite One (pre-registration required, beginning Tuesday at 3 PM - link here)
1:00 PM   Mass in Spanish
5:45 PM   Children's Chapel, Facebook Live
 
The Sunday 9 AM Mass will continue to be live-streamed for all who cannot yet return to in-person worship. 

Important Information

  • Mass in the nave will be temporarily limited, and pre-registration is required to attend the 9 and 11 AM Sunday masses.
  • Weekday masses do not require pre-registration, and resumed on 1 June at 10:00 AM. Our daily mass schedule: Monday – Saturday : 10 AM. Daily morning and evening prayer will remain online.
    • If you are considered “at-risk,” we ask you to remember your safety, and the safety of others.
    • Thermal forehead thermometers may be in use.
  • Masks are recommended at all times while you are in the church.
  • What about bringing my children to mass? Children are always welcome at mass; however, we are not re-opening our nurseries, Sunday School, or on-site children’s formation programs at this time. Our online campus continues to provide formation for all ages. Click here for this week’s offerings.
  • The Eucharist will be offered in one kind only (the Consecrated Bread), and the host will be dropped into your hands from the chancel steps without the priest touching you. The celebrant, wearing a mask, will sanitize his hands before the Eucharistic Prayer and afterwards. You may still wish to practice spiritual communion, even though you physically attend the mass. Detailed instructions about how to receive Communion while maintaining safe-distancing will be provided at each mass.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout campus.
  • We will sanitize the entire nave and chancel after each liturgy.
  • Please keep in mind these guidelines may change.
    • We will continue to live-stream the mass at 9:00 AM. You may watch it live by clicking here, and you may watch it anytime afterwards by clicking here. It is also available on our You Tube channel here
    • We will be working hard in the coming days to safely resume some on-site activities. For now, however, worship will be our focus.
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