145 Stratford Road
As of Saturday, March 14, 2021:
Until further notice, you do not have to register in advance to attend any of our Masses. Access will be granted to the first 150 people who arrive on a first come, first served basis.
For weekend masses at Our Lady of the Assumption (Saturday at 4:00pm and Sunday at 11:00am), those attending will sign-up upon arrival by giving their name and phone number to those on Welcoming. Please enter the Church Foyer via your chosen side of Group A (right side), Group B (left side) or Group C (hall)
Those attending Mass in Group A (up to 50 people) need to enter and exit via the main doors closest to the office end of the building. The washroom to be used by Group A is the one across from the main office.
Those attending Mass in Group B (up to 50 people) need to enter and exit via the main doors closest to the hall side of the building. The washrooms to be used by Group B are the main washrooms at the hall end of the building.
Those attending Mass in Group C (up to 50 people) need to enter and exit via the hall doors. The washrooms to be used by Group C are the main washrooms at the hall end of the building.
Your name and phone number are recorded for the purposes of contact tracing should this information be required by the Public Health Office. After thirty days, these lists are shredded.
Please arrive at least ten (10) minutes prior to the start of Mass in order to get signed in and seated.
An usher will seat you.
Please maintain a physical distance of 6ft. at all times.
Everyone must sanitize their hands on entrance (hand sanitizer dispensers on the wall on each side of the foyer plus bottles located throughout the foyer).
Non-available seats are taped off.
Only members of the same household may sit side by side.
Collection baskets for Sunday Offerings and Heating System donations are in the Foyer.
Please do not congregate in the Foyer before or after Mass.
Masks (non-medical) are mandatory.
If you have any signs of illness, please do not attend Mass.
Thank you for your support and patience during this time.
May God bless you all.