As you will undoubtedly know we are facing some very difficult times at present. We have done all we can in the church to ensure that we minimise the risk that the new variant of Covid-19 presents as much as we can. However, in order for our church to stay open you must play your part.
If you feel at all vulnerable or unwell please do not come to the church. The obligation to attend Sunday Mass is lifted during the pandemic. Also remember that all our services are available online which you can view in your own home (see details below).
Make sure you have a face covering that covers both your mouth and nose and wear this at all times in the church.
Always sanitise your hands on entering and leaving the church. It is good also if you can bring your own bottle of sanitiser which can be used before receiving Holy Communion.
Make sure that you leave suitable space (2 metres) around you when in the church. Social distancing is a critical way in which we can slow the spread of the virus.
Do not socialise with others either in the church or outside.
Communion will be distributed at the end of Mass and you must leave immediately after by the most direct route. Please do not stop in the aisles.
Always follow the guidance of the Stewards before and during Mass – this is for your safety and the safety of others.
If you are able to help with either stewarding of sanitising the church after each service please make this known to one of the Stewards when you come to the church.
If you have any concerns or need the help of our priests please contact either Fr Slawek or Fr Marek via 020 8590 9026.
When coming to the church you need to register your visit. You may do it either by scanning NHS QR code displayed in the porch or on the table next to the confessional or putting your name, contact number on the list prepared on the table next to the confessional (during the week) or in the porch (on Sunday).