Covid-19 Alert Level 2

Weekday Masses (20 - 24 September)

From Wednesday, 22 September, you are no longer required to register to attend Daily Masses.  All Masses will continue to take place this week at the previously scheduled times, for which many people had registered.

Starting this Saturday (25 September) we will begin with our normal weekday Mass, Confession and Adoration schedule. 

Sunday Masses resume this weekend

The following Masses will be offered across the Parish from this coming weekend (25/26 September).

Registration (via this website) will be required and access will open at 5pm, Wednesday, 22 September.
PLEASE NOTE: Registrations for the Sunday Masses close at noon, Saturday, 25 September.

Sunday Mass Times

Saturday Vigil Mass:       5pm at Our Lady of Victories

6pm at St Bernadette's

Sunday Mass:                  8am at St Teresa's

9am at Our Lady of Victories​

10 am at St Teresa's

11 am at Our Lady of Victories

5 pm at St Teresa's

5 pm at Our Lady of Victories

7 pm at St Teresa's

 

Things to know about Level 2

  • Every person must register for Sunday Mass in order to comply with government regulations for contact tracing and maximum numbers for indoor gatherings (100).  You can register at our Parish Website or if you are unable to do this, you can contact the parish office during working hours and one of the staff will assist you.

  • A collection basket will be available for your planned giving envelopes, donations and Mass intentions as you leave at the end of each Mass.  Contactless donations are ideal in this time of Covid-19, if you would like to move to online payments you can deposit via internet banking into Chch West Parish account: 03 1592 0207746 20 using your name as the code and tithe as reference. Please contact Marie: marie@christchurchwest.org.nz if you would like online payments to be collated for receipting at the end of the year.

  • Please continue to reach out to those you know who are homebound, anxious or in need of material support at this time and let the parish office know if there is any way the parish can offer support. 

  • We strongly encourage you to wear a face-covering when visiting a place of worship.

  • Here is the link to the government's page on church gatherings during level 2. Click Here

Don't hesitate to get in touch with the Parish office if you have any further queries: 348 6100

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