Reintroducing Daily Mass
We are excited to reintroduce in-person, Daily and Sunday Masses at Church of the Assumption.
We will have daily Masses starting June 15th at 6:30am, 8am and 12:05pm, Monday through Friday. Masks are required to be worn and social distancing will be observed. There is a limit of a maximum of 50 participants, if we reach 50, a sign will be put up that we have reached our maximum for limit that Mass.
As part of Phase Three Reopening of Churches -
Mass will be celebrated on June 20th & 21st in church.
Our Mass schedule is: Saturday 5pm and Sunday at 8:30, 10am, 12:15pm & 6pm
Advance Registration is currently required for Saturday and Sunday Masses. Please register for Mass by calling our Rectory at 201-262-1122, from 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday.
There is a limit of 50 participants per Mass.
Please read Attending Mass Instructions
There will continue to be one Livestream Daily & Sunday Mass
Cardinal Tobin will continue to dispense the faithful from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days as well as from the “Easter duty”.
In accord with national, state and local health directives, those who show symptoms of COVID-19 or who have been exposed to another infected person are not permitted to enter the church for 14 days. It is recommended that Mass everyone should check their temperature at home before coming to church.
Those who are at risk because of an underlying health issue or who are 60 or older are strongly encouraged to avoid the risks posed by attendance at public celebrations of the Mass.
Parishes will continue to livestream the Mass, so that those unable to attend may maintain a spiritual connection with their local parish.
With the introduction of Daily & Sunday Masses, our existing schedule of Sacraments will continue. We have Reconciliation offered every Saturday from 10:30-11:45am. To make this possible, we ask that everyone observe social distancing, and that you bring and wear a mask.
Although the obligation to attend Mass has been lifted until further notice, we remind everyone that the third commandment, “remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy”, is still in effect. Masses will be offered via Livestream at 8:30am, 10am and 12:15pm. We encourage you to set Sunday apart as a day for prayer and rest. Our Sabbath Guide is designed to enhance your prayer on Sundays and help you carry it on throughout the week.
Finally, starting June 15th, weddings, funerals and Baptisms will also be celebrated in the Church. Please call the Rectory at 201-262-1122.