Communion Services at St. Ambrose Church

Weekend of May 23-24, 2020

Come to the MAIN entrance.

If you are elderly or disabled and park in the disabled parking on the West side, you may come to the West entrance.

We will have three stations for the Distribution of Communion: West side of Church; East side of Church; Daily Chapel.

No more than nine communicants will be permitted in the Church at one time.

No more than nine communicants will be permitted in the Chapel at one time.

Two Services will be going on simultaneously:  one in the Church and one in the Chapel.  These spaces are separate and therefore considered two gatherings.


Follow the Deacon (or Fr. Steve) into and out of the Church/Chapel.

Please remain standing if possible, for the entire Service.

 

You are required to wear a mask.

 

When the Deacon or Fr. Steve approaches you to distribute Communion, please do not lower your mask until AFTER you say AMEN.  After lowering your mask, the Host will be placed in your hand.  After consuming the Host, please put your mask back on.

 

When departing, please follow the Deacon or Fr. Steve.  Those on the West side of Church will DEPART through the WEST doors. Those on the East side of Church and Chapel will DEPART through the EAST doors (office area).  We ONLY enter through the main doors. 

Disinfecting the sections will take place after each Service.


TIMES FOR DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNION

COMMUNION SERVICES AT ST. AMBROSE


Saturday, May 23, 2020            5:00-6:00 p.m.

Sunday, May 24, 2020              9:00-11:00 a.m. 

Note change from last week.

COMMUNION SERVICES AT ST. MICHAEL

Sunday, May 24, 2020    8:00-9:00 a.m.

We ask every adult (even married couples) to please stand/sit alone in one of the designated spaces.

Parents with toddlers/infants may hold one child in a designated seat.  The toddler/infant will be counted toward the nine-person maximum allowed.

While parking, walking, waiting, and departing, please maintain social distancing of six feet AND wear a mask.


Thank you for your cooperation!  God bless you as we live through this together apart.