St. Gerard Parish (Yorkton, SK)

Welcome To The St. Gerard Roman Catholic Parish Website!

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

OUR TELEPHONE SYSTEM IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY, ESPECIALLY REGARDING VOICE MESSAGES.  IF YOU NEED TO REACH THE PARISH OFFICE, PLEASE PHONE MONDAY TO THURSDAY FROM 9AM TO NOON AND 1PM TO 4PM AND SPEAK DIRECTLY TO THE ATTENDANT. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

 

Our Mass Schedule for the upcoming 7 days is available on every page of our website, and is updated continuously. When you select "All Services" at the bottom of the Mass Schedule, you will find a list for the next 7 days which includes times for Devotions, Prayer Vigils, and Reconciliation.

Parish events have been organized into our  Events Calendar.

You will also find information about our Faith in our Ministries, Education, and Sacraments sections.


 

REGISTER HERE FOR

SATURDAY/SUNDAY MASS

Registration begins Monday morning and continues until all seats have been reserved or until 12 noon Thursday (whichever comes first).

PLEASE NOTE the number of seats remaining on the form before submitting.

You must receive a confirmation from the Parish Office prior to attending Mass.

Each household must register separately.  Thank you!

 


Instructions for Attending Mass 

  • A maximum of 30 people may attend Mass.

  • Pre-registration is not required for weekday Mass.

  • Masks are mandatory

  • Members of the same household may sit together at the marked seating.

  • At least two metres separation is required between households.

  • Please arrive early so that you can provide your name and telephone number for contact-tracing purposes.

  • The following must stay home for the sake of the wider community:

  1.  People with COVID-19 symptoms, who live with someone with COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 within the past 10 days

  2. The sick, including those with a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath

  3. Those who have traveled internationally or out of province within the last 14 days

Remember, there is still a risk for anyone who attends Mass, even with best health practices, strict personal distancing, and improved cleaning.