UPDATED INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDING DIVINE LITURGY AT SAINTS PETER AND PAUL

  • Sunday Liturgies are at the following times: Saturday 5:00 p.m., Sunday 9:00 a.m. (Ukrainian) & Sunday 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to attend Divine Liturgy on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings must make a reservation and receive confirmation to attend.  To do this contact the parish office either by phone (306-343-6516during office hours or email (sspp@sasktel.net) by Friday at 4:00pm.  No walk-ins are allowed.
  • CONFESSIONS – Beginning on the weekend of October 3 & 4, the Fathers will resume confessions during Sunday Liturgies.  Confessions will be held in the church hall and will follow COVID protocols and restrictions.  Confessions will be scheduled as follows: Saturday 5:00pm – Confessions begin at the start of Liturgy until no one is in line; Sunday 9:00am – Confessions begin after the homily until no one is in line; and Sunday 11:00am – Confessions begin at the start of Liturgy until no one is in line.
  • You do not need to preregister for Liturgies on Feast Days, weekdays, Saturday mornings, or civic holidays. Please register at the door when you get to church for any of these Liturgies. This is necessary in case contact tracing is required.
  • On major feast days, we have Liturgies at 9:00am and 7:00pm. Liturgies are at 8:00am from Monday to Friday.  Saturday morning Divine Liturgy is at 9:00am. On civic holidays, Divine Liturgy is at 9:00am.
  • The church opens 15 minutes before the start of Liturgy, so please do not arrive more than 15 minutes before the Liturgy is scheduled to begin.
  • MASKS – Children under the age of 8 are not required to wear a mask. Children aged 8 and over should wear a mask if they are able. All adults are required to wear a mask during the entire service. Masks will not be provided so it is necessary to bring your own.  Please put your mask on in your car or outside. If you are not able to wear a mask then we ask that you do not attend Liturgy.
  • Those who are medically vulnerable and at high risk should consider not attending Divine Liturgy at this time.  Liturgies on Sundays and major feast days will continue to be posted on YouTube. The obligation to attend Liturgy on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation is still dispensed by Bishop Bryan.
  • Liturgy books are available at the back of the church to borrow and take home or return after.
  • Please sit only at the places with a cross made out of tape on the pew backrest. Sit together with members of your own household only.
  • Please do not move around the church. Remain at your seat for the entire service except if you have to use the washroom.
  • Instructions will be given as to how to receive Eucharist during the liturgy.  Eucharist is given as a dry host only. Eucharist will be given at the end of Liturgy. Please practice physical distancing in the communion line.
  • At the end of Liturgy, please lower the kneeler, because this helps to indicate where sanitization is required after the Liturgy.
  • Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.