1. How long is Mass?
2. How do I know what is going on?
3. Do I need to give to the collection?
4. Do I have to shake hands with people?
After praying the Lord’s Prayer — the Our Father — we exchange a sign of peace. Normally this is usually a handshake or, between couples and families, a kiss or hug, but during COVID-19 a simple bow is preferred. If you are not comfortable with this gesture, you are not obligated to participate, a smile is fine.
5. Can I receive communion?
To read the guidelines for the reception of Holy Communion please click here.
6. How should I dress?
As a visitor, you are our honored guest — please dress as you are comfortable. We encourage respectful, modest, dress for Mass that helps us embody the idea that Mass is the high-point of our week. Some parishioners wear suits and business attire to Sunday worship, and others dress more casually.
7. Do I have to identify myself as a visitor?
No. Our parish will not ask you to raise your hand or be identified in any way. However, if you would like to talk to someone when you attend Mass, please feel free to speak with Fr. Ruben or one of the greeters welcoming you to worship.
8. Do I need to bring anything?
Bring a heart open to hearing the Word of God! Readings from Scripture and hymnals are located in racks just inside the doors to the church.