COVID-19 Update

 Due to health and distancing concerns that continue for so many, there is no obligation to attend Mass until further notice.  
We will continue to stream our Masses every Sunday in English and Spanish on our website and YouTube Channel.


Public Masses resumed on May 30, 2020

In order to follow the CDC guidelines and have enough time to clean and disinfect the church between Masses, we have changed our weekend Mass times as of May 30.  

Weekend Mass Schedule

  • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 PM (English) and 7:00 PM (Spanish)
  • Sunday: 7:30 AM (Spanish), 10:00 AM (English) and 1:00 PM (English)
             *The nursery is not available until further notice. 

GUIDELINES TO CONSIDER BEFORE COMING TO MASS:

  • Wash your hands before arriving to Church.
  • Face coverings are required on campus and for the duration of Mass for ages 2 and up (per CDC guidelines).
  • Arrive early - church doors will open 30 minutes before Mass begins.
  • Attendance will be on a “first come first seated” basis.
  • Entrance through the Narthex only (mobility challenged may use glass corridor from street side of the building).

For a complete list of guidelines, please click HERE or watch a summary below

 


Weekday Mass - in the Church

  • Monday. Thursday and Friday: 9:00 AM (English)
  • Tuesday: 7:00 PM (Spanish)

Civic Holidays: 9:00 AM (Communion Service)


Adoration 

At this time, we are not having Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until further notice. The church is open Monday-Friday from 9:30 AM to 1 PM for prayer only. However, the Blessed Sacrament is not exposed. 


Miraculous Medal Novena

At this time, we are not praying the Miraculous Medal Novena on Monday evenings until further notice. 


Confessions

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available on Tuesdays from 5:45-6:45 PM and by appointment. To make an appointment with Fr. Dan Fleming, our pastor, please contact Marcela Crowe at [email protected] or 770-641-9720 ext 240 between Monday and Friday from 9 AM to 1 PM. 


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  Please continue to monitor your health daily for fever and symptoms of respiratory illness.  

Consider the following Georgia Department of Public Health recommendations: Daily, assess for the below COVID-19 symptoms PRIOR TO Returning to the church using the following checklist:
o Fever or chills 
o Headache
o Cough 
o New loss of taste or smell
o Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing □ Sore throat
o Fatigue 
o Congestion or runny nose
o Muscle or body aches
o Nausea or vomiting

For more information on symptoms, and how to care for yourself and others, please click here.