St Trea's
Newbridge & Ballymaguigan

Rota for attending Mass this weekend - please note change of rota

9 Jan 2022



Those invited to attend Mass this weekend (15th and 16th January):

On Saturday, 15th January, parishioners from Creagh Road and beyond to border of Bellaghy are invited to attend the Vigil Mass at 7 p.m.

On Sunday, 16th January, parishioners from Ballymaguigan who live beyond St Trea’s school are invited to attend Mass at 10 a.m. 
The obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holydays remains suspended.
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, the Church capacity is greatly reduced to comply with the social distancing guidelines to remain 2 metres apart. Some pews in the Church have been cordoned off to facilitate social distancing. When attending Mass, families from the same household may sit at one pew together without restrictions. Otherwise there are limited numbers allowed in each pew. If you are receiving Holy Communion, can you please go up the side aisles and down the centre aisle whilst maintaining a safe distance from others at all times.
It is important that people who are vulnerable or unwell, especially those with any symptoms that might suggest Covid-19 infection, should stay at home and, if possible, participate via webcam, television or radio.
In order to support the NHS TEST AND TRACE PROGRAMME, we are taking contact details (name and telephone number) for all worshippers, as well as recording times (apart from weekend Masses) entering and leaving St Treas Church. Records will be held for 21 days then destroyed. 
While it is now a legal requirement to wear face coverings entering and leaving the church, we strongly recommend and encourage that they be worn during all ceremonies (exceptions are those who are medically exempt).


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