Last Updated: January 6, 2021
Services capped at 50 people, no singing in Orange Phase.
Since all of New Brunswick has returned to the Orange phase of the Government of New Brunswick's recovery plan, churches are once again limited to an attendance of 50 people at worship services. Seating must be by family bubble only, 2 metres apart. Weddings and Funeral services are capped at 25 people.
Please note that masks are mandatory at all times and no singing is permitted.
When Can I Come?
Please see a list of our service times and join us when you are able! (Or, see live-streaming information below).
What Do I Need to Do?
You do not need to pre-register to attend church at this time. However to facilitate contact tracing in the event of a breakout, we are required to maintain a log of all attendees by the Province of New Brunswick. Please sign this logbook in the entry of the Church.
As many parts of Canada and the world move into ‘the second wave’ of the pandemic, it is important for us to remain vigilant when we gather for worship and for other activities. Therefore, the Vestry requests that we all comply with the following protocols:
- Please sign in and sanitize your hands upon arrival;
- Please sit with the people in your bubble in order to optimize seating space (to do this, ropes on pews may need to be adjusted/changed);
- For a better viewpoint or for more space, some seats are available in the Chancel, where the Choir sits;
- Please wear a community mask for all worship and activities (as is mandated by the Government); and
- Please depart across the front of the Church and out the Chapel door; or please use the side aisle and depart by way of the elevator. Thank you!
What If I am Feeling Unwell?
If you have symptoms or have been ordered to isolate, please stay at home. Call 811 or complete the Province of New Brunswick's self-assessment tool to see if you should get tested for COVID-19.
Join us for live-streams of worship services!
Access St. Georges's Live: www.stgeorgesmoncton.ca/watch
To follow along, the Prayer Book Society of Canada's Online Book of Common Prayer may be useful. You may either download and save a PDF copy of the entire book, or access web versions of each section. If you want to follow along with a real book but do not have one, contact the church office and we can get one to you.
For the most recent information from the Government of New Brunswick relating to COVID-19, please visit www.gnb.ca/coronavirus