您必須使用WhatsApp / 微信或通過電話 / 電郵為您及家人登記。請聯絡以下人士登記：宋麥杏薇 (781-690-2187, email@example.com)、翁林愛齡 (857-636-8475, firstname.lastname@example.org) 、楊美文 (617-938-8294, email@example.com)、張神父 (617-455-8182, firstname.lastname@example.org)。報名將於每周六晚8點截止。
在互祝平安時，您可以用鞠躬 / 揮手 / 微笑來代替握手去祝福。
RESUMPTION OF PUBLIC MASS
It is with great joy as we begin Phase One of returning to Mass at St. James, scheduled for Jun 14! Right now, Masses will be held on Sundays only at 10 AM. Parking will be available from 9 AM to 1 PM. We are working diligently and carefully towards opening our doors for public worship on the guidelines set forth by both Gov. Baker and the Archdiocese of Boston. These guidelines will be STRICTLY enforced since we all have a role to play in keeping each other safe and healthy. The Cardinal has extended the dispensation. We recommend those 65 and older and anyone with underlying health conditions to stay home at this time, and to continue to attend Masses online praying in communion with us. After attending the online Mass, if so desired, you may come to St. James upper church to receive the Holy Communion between 11:15 AM and 12:00 NOON.
WHAT TO DO AND WHAT TO EXPECT (Please observe the following guidelines as we must do our part to eliminate the potential spread of COVID-19)
You must sign up for you and/or your family using WhatsApp/WeChat or by phone/email. Please contact one of the following to register: Anita Sung (781-690-2187, email@example.com), Mary Young (857-636-8475, firstname.lastname@example.org), Mei Wen Yan (617-938-8294, email@example.com), Fr Zhang (617-455-8182, firstname.lastname@example.org). Sign-ups will close weekly on Saturday 8pm.
Please note there is a strict cap on attendees. If we have reached the maximum capacity, people will be turned away at the door.
Temperature monitoring will be done with a touchless thermometer. If temperature is 100° F or higher, the person should go home and not participate in Mass.
Everyone must be wearing a mask upon entering the church. Children under the age of 2 are not required to wear a mask. Face masks must be worn throughout the Mass.
Ushers will show you to your seat upon arrival. Please follow the arrows directing the flow of traffic and any usher's instruction.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes early.
Please place your offertory donation in the designated basket located at the entrance or exit of the church.
In order to avoid unnecessary traffic, please consider refraining restroom usage during Mass.
Please maintain the 6-foot social distancing rule at all times.
The congregation will not sing during the Mass. All hymn books and missalettes have been removed.
There will be no collection during offertory. Please place your offertory donation in the designated basket located at the entrance or exit of the church. We highly recommend using online donation.
A bow/wave/ smile to replace handshake or other physical signs of peace.
Please remain standing at the pew if you desire to receive Communion.
Fr Zhang will distribute Communion to you in your pew. Please receive the host in your hand and remain standing. Wait for Fr Zhang to move to the next parishioner.
Then lift up the bottom of your mask and place the host into your mouth. Put the mask back on after consuming.
Please be mindful not to come into any contact with the priest while receiving Communion.
Please leave the church immediately at the end of Mass. Please follow the usher direction and the exit arrow sign
Please be reminded that there should not be any social gathering in the church hall.
If you have any questions or requests for the Sacrament of Confession, please contact Fr. Zhang directly at 617-455-8182.
Stay Safe! Stay Healthy!
In order to minimize the risk of spreading the Novel Coronavirus, we encourage the faithful to participate in live streaming or replay of Sunday Masses, Spiritual Communion and reflect on Sunday readings.
為你的堂區 - 現在90天 (90 Days Now - For Your Parish)
90-DAYS NOW – FOR YOUR PARISH
It is at times like these our faith reminds us that we are never truly alone, even as we face unprecedented challenges as a parish community. Though we are not able to join together in the celebration of the Eucharist, we continue daily to pray for the health of you and your loved ones.
I am reaching out to you about an effort created by a member of the laity with concern for our parishes during this time of crisis. It is a special, 90-day campaign that will provide offertory support directly to the parish.
This special initiative asks, if possible, for parishioners to rally around their parish by making a special daily offertory commitment for the next 90 days. This effort is intended to supplement weekly offertory gifts, given the challenges of the current crisis. Should you choose to join in this effort, the Archdiocese has created an easy-to-use link to donate.
The link is available by clicking this link: https://bcatholic.sites.bostoncatholic.org/90DaysYourParish
We are incredibly moved by this effort and forward this information for your consideration.
We understand many of you may not be able to contribute to this special offertory collection given the economic impact this pandemic has had on your personal finances. We remain extremely grateful for your prayers of support for our parish family.
St. James the Greater Church
125 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02111
in Boston Chinatown
Sunday Validated Parking: Entrance on Hudson St.
From Kneeland St. turn into Hudson St. towards Harvard St. Turn right into parking lot before Harvard St.
All Saints Day
Public Masses has resumed. Please register for Mass according to the announcement above. All other in church religious activities continue to be suspended until further notice.