Reservations open every Tuesday at 9am.
Please reserve only one Mass per weekend.

If you have already reserved through phone and confirmed by our staff with a confirmation code, please do not sign up online for the same weekend.

Reservations by phone are open every Tuesday and Wednesday at 9am - 12pm.

Registrations close on Friday 12pm or until booked up, whichever comes first.
Seats are
not guaranteed for reservations made via email and/or voicemail. A valid reservation comes with a unique confirmation code for the upcoming weekend only.


If you are unable to go to church in person, you may subscribe and tune in to our YouTube channel for the live streaming of the celebrations.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS & PROTOCOL IN ATTENDING MASS AT ST. PETER'S:

Attendance to weekend Masses is by reservation. Reservations are on a "first come first served" basis, one weekend at a time. You may not register for more than one Mass a weekend.

 

The doors to the church will open 30 minutes before Mass. All those with reservations must arrive no later than 15 minutes before mass for registration, prescreening check, and seating. Arriving late may result in your seat being given away to those arriving without a reservation. Those arriving without a reservation are not guaranteed a seat.

 

Pre-screening at home is required: If you have any of the following: Fever, Cough, Fatigue, Runny Nose, Chills involving shakes, Muscle aches, Shortness of breath, Loss of appetite, Been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, loss of sense of taste or smell, or Travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 day you must not attend.

 

Masks: Masks are mandatory by provincial law in all public buildings, including churches. The exemptions remain in place for those who have a medical condition and children under the age of 2. Those seeking a medical exemption from wearing a mask in our churches must bring their pastor, evidence from their physician, nurse practitioner, social worker, psychologist or occupational / respiratory physical therapist attesting to their condition. Special arrangement of seating will be followed. Those refusing to wear without a proper exemption will not be admitted to our church. (COVID 19 Update#13)

 

Reception of Communion: The dialogue at communion is spoken 6 feet from the communion minister. The communicant steps forward to receive communion in the hand only, steps to the side 6 feet, then removes the mask to consume, places the mask back on, and then returns to their seat.

 

Once again we thank our many volunteers who have engaged in assisting to safely reopen our churches. Please follow their directions at all times for the health and safety of all.