Booking for 10am Sunday Mass – (updated 5th September 2020)

BOOKING HOTLINE SUNDAY MORNING MASSES

Please read the following carefully:

Places at 10am Sunday Mass need to be reserved. To simplify this we have created a dedicated ‘text hotline’.  Should you wish to make a booking please send a text message to: 07946713007

Please give your name, and the number of people that you wish to reserve seats for at the Mass. Please also indicate whether or not any group members are part of the same household. You will be sent a confirmatory text stating that your request has been recorded. You can use this service to reserve seats for any Sunday 10am Mass during September. Your details will be kept for the track and trace purposes for 21 days and then deleted.

Should you not have the facility to send a text please send an email to doncaster@catholicweb.com

If you are unable to send either a text or email, and have no one able to do this on your behalf, then please ring the Presbytery landline. However, it is requested that you please use this as the last resort.

Note from Fr. Darren: In recent weeks we have been very close to full capacity at the 10am Mass on Sunday mornings. I am delighted that we are having this problem. If we do find our capacity reached and we have to close the door there will be another Mass celebrated after the 10am Mass for those unable to enter. Therefore please reserve a place should you wish to attend this Mass. The ‘cut off’ time for reservations is 12noon on Saturday. Also, should you have a place reserved and realise that you will be unable to attend please let us know, as this will enable another place to be made available.

Please be aware that at present there are plenty of spaces at the 6pm Mass on Sundays, as well as at the Weekday Masses.

It is obligatory to wear a Mask at Church, unless you have an exemption or are under 11 years of age.

We must remember that the corona virus has not gone away.

Please read the information on this page, and share with those who do not have internet access.

Please note the arrangements set out below are for Masses in English only. To book a place at a Polish Language Mass you will need to contact Fr Daniel who is managing their attendance.

SEATS AVAILABLE

There are three types of seats available.

INDIVIDUAL
This is for one individual person.

COUPLES BENCH
2 people from the same household/social bubble.

HOUSEHOLD SOCIAL BUBBLE FAMILY BENCH
e.g. 2 adults and 3 children, or 4 adults from the same household/social bubble.

MASS TIMES

SUNDAYS

8.00am in Polish*

10.00am in English  

12pm (noon) in Polish*

6.00pm in English – No need to prebook places

WEEKDAYS INCLUDING SATURDAY (no need to prebook places)

Monday and Tuesday at 7pm in English

Wednesday at 12pm in English

Thursday at 7pm in English

Friday at 12pm in English and 7pm in Polish*

Saturday at 12pm in English (from 1st August)

Saturday at 5pm in Polish*

*To book a place at a Polish Language Mass please contact Fr Daniel

PLEASE NOTE

You can only book one Mass for yourself (and those in your household/bubble) per week.
This is to allow others the opportunity to attend.

You cannot book more than one Mass at a time, as booking will only be available seven days ahead.

Booking for a particular Mass will close 24 hours beforehand.

Once booked your seat will be kept available for you until 10 minutes before Mass.
If someone is waiting, your seat will be given away.

Your seat will be allocated by a steward when you arrive.

Entry into the church will not be permitted once Mass has begun.

Even if you have pre-registered, you must be well enough to come to Mass,
if on the day you feel like you have a cough, a sore throat or a cold, then ring the Parish Office
and cancel your place. This will help greatly in keeping track of the numbers.


RULES FOR ENTRY
PLEASE READ

BEFORE COMING TO CHURCH

Ask yourself, “Am I well, no coughs or colds?”

Wash your hands thoroughly in Soap and Water.

Bring with you a scarf/mask for your mouth and nose during Mass/prayer.

WHEN ARRIVING AND WHILE AT CHURCH

Sanitise your hands before entering the building.
If you are not prepared to sanitise your hands before entering you will be refused admittance.
Non-alcohol-based sanitiser is available for those with allergies.

Do not touch things or surfaces unnecessarily, including statues.

Keep silence inside church.

Only sit where you are invited to sit (maintaining 2 metres between you and others).

WHEN LEAVING CHURCH

Leave only when invited/asked to do so (to maintain Social Distancing).

Don’t linger unnecessarily near entrance or exit doors.

If you need to talk to someone it must be outside and 2 metres apart.


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