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February Mass Bookings

Updated: Jan 28, 2022

IMPORTANT UPDATE (effective 1 February 2022): Due to the latest government advisory on safe management measures, ALL MASSES will now be Vaccinated-only. (Please refer to the updated Mass Schedule and requirements to attend Vaccinated Masses below) The booking for Masses in February will be made available on Tuesdays at 3pm via, on the following dates below except for the first round of bookings which will be on Saturday, 29 January.


Timeframe of Masses

29 January 2022 (Saturday)

Stage 1 booking for Weekend Mass and all Weekday Mass Bookings in January 2022

01 February 2022

Stage 2 booking for any balance Weekend Mass and Weekday Mass

08 February 2022

Stage 3 booking for any balance Weekend Mass and Weekday Mass

15 February 2022

Stage 4 booking for the remainder Weekend Mass and any Weekday Mass.


  • Parishioners will be able to book ONE Weekend Mass and up to FIVE Weekday Masses at each stage, subject to availability. You may choose any weekend in that month as long as there are slots available.

  • W.e.f 1 Feb 2022, Weekday evening Masses that fall on a Public Holiday will be celebrated at 6pm instead of the usual 7pm.

  • Mass booking/ cancellation cut-off time for our parish is 1 hour before Mass. If you are unable to attend a Mass you have booked, please cancel your booking early so that another parishioner may take your place.


Updated Mass Schedule and capacity for our parish with effect from 1 February 2022.


Tuesday, 1 February

8.15am &10.15am (300 pax)


Saturday, 4.30pm & 6.00pm Sunday, 8.15am, 10.15am, 12.15pm, 4.30pm & 6.00pm


Monday - Friday, 7.30am (100 pax)

Monday - Friday, 7.00pm (150 pax)

On Public Holiday, evening Masses will be celebrated at 6pm instead of 7pm.



Ministry of Health (MOH) has defined the following categories of persons deemed to be vaccinated and allowed for entry into public Masses

  • Fully vaccinated, as indicated by TraceTogether or HealthHub status

  • Recovered from COVID-19 infections and granted a 180-day exemption period (including unvaccinated or partially unvaccinated) & have an official MOH Discharge Memo

  • Medically ineligible for vaccination, as indicated by either TraceTogether or HealthHub status or an official certificate issued by MOH

  • Children aged 12 years and younger (born on or after 2010). There will no longer be any limit on the number of children for the booking of Masses.

  • From 1 January 2022, in line with the Government regulations, Pre-Event Testing (PET) results will not be accepted for entry to Vaccinated-only Masses.

Entry will be denied if you fail to produce the relevant proofs needed. Those unvaccinated are encouraged to avail themselves to the online livestream Masses to continue receiving spiritual nourishment during this difficult period. Rest assured that the Parish priests will continue to discuss ways of ministering to those who are unvaccinated. We seek your patience and understanding and let us continue to pray for each other during this time. Stay safe and God bless!


Updated as of 27 January 2022

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