The Parish Office is now open for visitors per the following schedule:
Monday through Friday - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday - 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am to 1:30 pm
You may enter the building using the "C" door and
you must wear a mask when visiting the office.
In addition, please be mindful that there should only be one
guest in the office at a time.

Our Mass schedule, until further notice, will be as follows:
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00 AM
Saturday at 4:30 PM
Sunday at 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM and 12:00 noon

All Masses will continue to be available “live stream”. 


· Masks must be worn by everyone except children 2 years old and under. 

· Gloves and hand sanitizers are recommended. 

· Everyone must maintain 6 feet distance from one
another at all times:  coming and going from the church, seating in the
church and coming to receive Holy Communion.

· A Box for Weekly Envelope Contributions will be in the gathering space.

· Baskets will not be passed throughout the church as in the past.

· Ushers will assist with all activity in the church.


People can enter the church at the “A” door only. 

Allowed seating for our church will be up to 50% of capacity.  Pews for seating
will be clearly marked.  Once the capacity has been reached, additional people
will not be able to enter the church.  You will have the option to
remain in the parking lot and listen to the Mass on your cell phones.

Reception of Holy Communion

· At this time only the priests will distribute the Eucharist.

· Distribution of the Precious Blood is suspended.

· Low gluten Eucharist will be available.

· Pyx and Eucharist for the homebound must have prior approval from Pastor.

General Information

 · Individuals older than 65 years with a compromised health condition or caring for the sick in any way are encouraged to stay home.

· The dispensation from Sunday obligation to attend Mass is granted to all the faithful through Sunday, November 22, 2020.

· Please do not bring any food for personal consumption into the church, unless it is required for health reasons.  Please do not bring food donations for the needy until further notice.

· The Sign of Peace will not be exchanged.

· Other than Ushers, all volunteers and lay ministers will not be
engaged until further notice.  This includes:  Sacristans, Lectors and Altar Servers. 
The necessity of Eucharistic Ministers will be determined by the Priests.

· No one will be allowed entrance to the Sacristies or the Sanctuary.

· Congregating and socializing in the church and gathering space will not be allowed.

· All non-liturgical events at the parish continue to be suspended.


Confessions will begin on Saturdays at 3:30 PM.

Confessions will be heard in the Cry Room in the church.  Markers will
be posted in the church for those waiting in line.


Per Archbishop Vigneron, all restrictions and other considerations for church
re-opening are at the discretion and permission of the pastor.



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Parish Mission Statement: St. Lawrence Catholic Community believes we are called by our Baptism to gather as a worshiping and prayerful people. As responsible disciples of Jesus Christ, we are called to be faithful stewards of our time, talents and treasures. We value and foster Catholic education and Evangelization. With open hearts and hands, we reach out to all brothers and sisters, as together we strive to offer hope, act justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with our God.