Bookings for Holy Mass 5th – 9th August inclusive

PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY:

In accordance with diocesan guidance please turn up for Holy Mass at least 15 minutes before Mass is due to begin in order to assist the stewards in their job of allocating places and explaining procedures. Face masks / coverings must be worn in church, hand sanitiser is available, children under 5 and adults with health conditions are / may be exempted from wearing a face mask.

You will be allocated a seating place according to the bookings that have been made, and are asked to go to the specific seat(s) which has/ have been pre-allocated to you. Kindly respect the instructions of those volunteers who are helping to enable us to open our churches for public worship. If instructions are given by stewards or the priest you are respectfully asked to observe those instructions.

Please find below the times available for Holy Mass this week. If you wish to come along please book a place directly with Fr. Martin, and please do so as soon as possible to avoid disappointment – bookings need to be made every week. Contact Fr. Martin either on: 01577 863329 or 07540534480 (text or phone) or Fr.MartinPletts@gmail.com. Give your name, your contact postal address, and specify which day/date you would like to come rather than being vague, please.

Wednesday 5th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 10.00a.m.

Thursday 6th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 10.00a.m.

Thursday 6th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 7.00p.m.

Friday 7th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 10.00a.m.

Saturday 8th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 12 noon

Saturday 8th August Holy Mass in St. Matthew’s at 4.00p.m.

Sunday 9th August Holy Mass in St. Matthew’s at 9.00a.m.

Sunday 9th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 11.00a.m.

Sunday 9th August Holy Mass in St. James’ at 3.00p.m.

I have noticed that the least attended Masses are those at St. Matthew’s. If you are able to travel I would encourage you to think about going to St. Matthew’s Church which has the greater capacity of the two churches, this will also mean that those unable to travel and who live in Kinross will have an opportunity to attend in St. James’. We are one community of faith and so it would be good if parishioners from the Kinross area would consider travelling to take up spaces at St. Matthew’s, it will mean that you will have more of a likelihood of securing a place at Holy Mass when there is greater demand.

God bless you, and I look forward to seeing you again soon at Holy Mass,

Fr. Martin Pletts

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