Online registration CLOSES
at 2:00pm on Saturday.
Please click the image above to register.
NOTE: Mass will still be available online Sunday mornings by clicking HERE.
Registration CLOSES March 27th at 2pm.
Registration CLOSES March 31st at 2pm.
We are so happy to be able to resume public Masses at Church of the Resurrection. Below is a small idea of what to expect when you arrive. We ask that, out of consideration of your own well-being and that of your fellow worshipers, you adhere to the following:
Due to attendance limitations from the Archdiocese and the State of Maryland you must register to attend weekend Masses online. Registration is done by households to allow the greatest number to attend each Mass while respecting physical distancing restrictions. If you are unable to register online, please call
Church of the Resurrection - 410.514.2022
(by Friday at 5pm)
Online SIGNUPS END at 2:00pm on SATURDAY.
We may be able to accommodate your household after that time. Please arrive 2-3 minutes prior to the start of mass and we will seat you if seats are available.
Ushers will seat you depending on the size of your household. You CAN NOT pick your own seat.
A face mask must be worn at all times by everyone over the age of 2.
You must maintain six feet of physical distance from those outside of your household at all times.
You may not attend Mass if you have been exposed to the COVID 19 virus within 14 days or if you have a high temperature, cough, or illness.
Those who are at risk due to an underlying health issue or age (over 60) are strongly encouraged to consider the risks connected with coming to Mass. Any such person who chooses to enter this space should acknowledge that they assume some personal risk.
Congregational singing is not allowed.
Access to public restrooms will be very limited. Please plan ahead.
Parish Staff and Volunteers will be present at Mass to check you in, seat you, and ensure all goes smoothly. Please kindly follow the direction that they offer.
Offertory will be collected as you enter.
We appreciate the consistent patience and understanding that everyone has shown throughout this pandemic. We know that everyone is eager to get back to “normal.” We ask that you continue to bear with us as we do our best to make everything run safely and smoothly. Things may not look the same as they did before. There will certainly be hiccups along the way. We ask that you prayerfully offer the sacrifice of an open heart and a willing spirit as we gather together again in worship.