Mass Restrictions During COVID-19

In light of the recent changes in state and federal guidelines related to COVID, the bishop has decided that those who have been fully vaccinated against COVID do not need to wear masks or socially distance at Mass. He has left the decision of whether or not to allow congregational singing up to the local pastor.

 

Here is how we have implemented these policies at Christ the King. Please be patient with us and with each other as we try to incorporate the bishop’s policies in a way that accommodates, to the extent possible, our parishioners’ wide range of needs.

Please note:

  • The following is directed toward adults;  parents need to make the decision for their children.
  • These policies have been updated as of July 5, 2021.

 

  1. Section 1, immediately adjacent to the statue of St. Joseph, is reserved for those who prefer to mask and socially distance. The remainder of the main Worship Space will be general seating with no restrictions. Singing is allowed, to the extent that you feel comfortable.
  2. If you are bringing Communion to the sick or homebound, please bring a pyx and contact a deacon immediately after Mass.
  3. Please do not come to Mass if you are sick. Use good judgment if you are elderly or have an underlying medical condition. For more information, please click here.

For more information about health-related practices when attending Mass at Christ the King, please click here.

For those unable to attend Mass on-site

  1. We are live-streaming the 9 am Sunday Mass on our YouTube channel.
  2. If you are bringing Communion to the sick or homebound, please bring a pyx and contact a deacon immediately after Mass. Low gluten hosts are available; please contact Fr. Ed (pastor@ctkcc.net or 734-665-0609) if you can receive only the Precious Blood.
  3. To download instructions for how to administer Holy Communion in the home, please click here.

Questions?

Please contact Peter Vanicelli.