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Communion Service Information
St Nicholas Church is pleased to announce that a weekly Communion Service, with the distribution of the Blessed Sacrament, will be offered beginning on the Feast of Pentecost, Sunday, May 31, 2020. We will start the service at 11:00 am. Guidelines for the distribution of Holy Communion can be found on the St Nicholas website. We are happy to welcome you back to the parish in this limited but powerful way. See you soon!
Please enter at Fellowship Hall doors. Prior to entering temperatures will be taken, masks will be given, or bring your own mask, and all in attendance will be asked to sanitize their hands. We will need to limit the number of people for each service. Please be aware that you may have to wait prior to entering the church. All people will exit out the front doors (the Narthex) of the church. We thank you in advance for your patience as we work through this process.
Please see below for Parishioner Guidelines for the Distribution of Holy Communion Outside the Mass during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
- Bishop Ricken will celebrate a 30 minute Mass each Sunday during the suspension of public attendance and it will be broadcast over the local CBS affiliate, WFRV Local 5 at 10:30 AM. Sunday Mass is also available diocesan-wide via broadcast television on ABC affiliate WBAY at 5:30 AM Sunday morning, and on CW14 at 8:00 AM. Mass is also available on Relevant Radio, 1050 AM at 9 AM. Parishes throughout the diocese are also live-streaming Mass.
- The Compass has launched a virtual events calendar to live-streamed Masses, devotionals and other prayer services throughout the Diocese of Green Bay. This is a great way to “visit” other churches in our Diocese.
- Daily Mass is live-streamed Monday through Friday from the campus of Relevant Radio in Green Bay. You can access the Mass at the Relevant Radio App or at this link https:/relevantradio.com/faith/daily-mass-video/.
- The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available Saturdays at 3 PM. Please keep the recommended 6 feet of space between people and a max of 10 people in the church at a time.
- The St. Nicholas weekly bulletin is online. There is a quick link on the website.
St. Nicholas Parish is a Catholic community worshiping and growing in faith. We welcome you and your family to our parish family and we hope that you will find a home with us. Together we help one another experience the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ. We welcome new families to the area and hope you will join us!