Mass Reservations

We're Back! Just, different.

We are thrilled to welcome our St. Alphonsus Liguori family back to our physical campus! There are a few more rules since we last gathered together in one place, so we thank you for your understanding as we implement new safety practices and church capacity limitations required for us to hold public Masses again.

Mass Guidelines apply to all weekend and daily public Masses. These temporary policies are meant to protect the safety of all parishioners, staff and clergy, while also supporting the solemnity and joy of the Celebration of the Mass. Click the “Mass Guidelines” button below for key information before attending.

Weekend Mass

Reservations are Required

*Please note that all Mass times are subject to change as we continue to adapt to this rapidly changing situation. Follow our Facebook and subscribe to our online newsletter The Loop for all the latest updates. Online Mass will still be available at the usual time.

Click the “Reserve My Seat” button for details and to make a reservation. Reservations will open Tuesday at noon for the following weekend. Space is greatly limited in order to adhere to social distancing and government-regulated church capacity.

Reserve Your Seat

Daily Mass

No reservation required, but space is limited. Please come wearing a mask and prepared to observe all other safety practices and social distancing as directed by our staff/volunteers.

Daily Mass Times:
Tuesday-Friday, 5:30pm

We Need Help!

Also note that it takes many volunteers to clean and sanitize the church, implement social distancing and safety practices, and make sure our Mass is still as welcoming and smooth as possible during this time. 

If you have time to give and want to help keep public Masses going at St. Alphonsus Liguori, click the “Sign Up to Serve” button below for more information on volunteering for a weekend or daily Mass.

Thank you for your support and generosity throughout this pandemic. Your thoughtful words and prayers buoyed our staff and clergy along the way and helped us get to this point. May St. Alphonsus Liguori continue to watch over your health, hearts, and loved ones.