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8 Jun 2020

There are too many requirements in order to be able to open our Churches for Sunday Mass. The booking, the clean-up after each celebration, contact info gathering, and the strict compliance to the allowed number of people in the church not to mention the sanitation requirement after each Mass.

In the past weeks, our office was almost like a busy travel agency accepting phone bookings, trying to look for available slots for people. At this rate, we cannot sustain that if we have to book for 50 people for every Mass. It is with hesitance that we would like to inform you in advance that we are switching to an online booking platform so that those who wish to attend Mass may look for and arrange the allotted slots for themselves.

I would like to encourage our elderly to ask for some assistance from their friends or family members to help them with the booking. Since the government requires contact information, the online booking for Mass will require an email address or a mobile number for each participant. At the moment we are testing the system with bookings for Masses beginning on the 22nd of June. For now, we have set the maximum number of attendees to 20 subject to the announcement of the Premier for 22 June 2020. The SIGN UP page link is found on the MAIN MENU of our homepage.

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