Divine Mercy Sunday Mass - April 11
As capacity guidelines are loosened in the District of Columbia, for the continued health and safety of our parishioners, St. Teresa of Avila will continue to adhere to the rules and guidelines from both the District of Columbia and the Archdiocese of Washington regarding attendance at public Mass. Each week if you plan to attend in-person Mass, to avoid any delays in getting into the church house, you must complete the online
COVID-19 Questionnaire and Liability Waiver
by Saturday 2pm
(this includes children)
to complete the online questionnaire and waiver. You will receive confirmation upon completion.
In-person Mass s
pace is limited.
Sunday Mass will be livestreamed as usual.
*Please make sure you add
to your contact list so you don't miss any communications*
We will continue to offer an outdoor, socially distanced mass each Sunday at 12:00pm,
, outside the Parish Life Center (either in the parking lot or by the Marian garden behind the Parish Life Center.
No RSVP is necessary
, but individuals should arrive by 11:45am in order to have their temperature checked and sign a form confirming they have not been exposed to COVID-19 and have no symptoms of the virus.
Parishioners who are particularly vulnerable
(e.g., over the age of 60, those medically diagnosed with a serious underlying health conditions: high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, asthma, and those whose immune system is compromised, heart or lung conditions, or who are immune-compromised)
, and those who are ill or suspect they may be ill, should remain at home. Livestreaming of our Sunday Mass on our
channels will continue each Sunday, with Mass at 9:30 a.m.
And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who
have been called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28
STA Church Communications
on Sunday, April 4 at 12:00PM