Mass capacity up to 200 pax
Our Parish capacity for all weekend Masses will be increased to 200 pax from April 2021. We will also be resuming weekday morning Masses on Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30am. This will allow more parishioners to attend the Eucharistic celebration. Weekday morning Mass capacity will be capped at 50 while the weekday evening Masses capacity remains at 170 pax.
In line with the government's regulations, our parish will adopt the ‘TraceTogether-only SafeEntry’ (TTSE) system on Saturday, 19 December. This will replace the existing SafeEntry Check-In system. Parishioners will ONLY be able to do your SafeEntry Check-In using the TraceTogether App or Token.
Our ability to allow more parishioners to receive the Eucharist depends on our willingness to work together as a parish community.
We urge all parishioners to download the TraceTogether App OR bring along your Tokens for your SafeEntry Check-In when you arrive for Mass. Please continue to bring your NRIC/Work Permit for our volunteers to verify your Mass booking before you are admitted to the Church Hall.
1. Can I do the SafeEntry Check-In multiple people using the TraceTogether App?
Yes. Register in the app > click on ‘Group’ > ‘Add Family Members’ > follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: You cannot check-in multiple people using the token, only the App.
2. Must I use BOTH TraceTogether App and Token?
No, you will only need to use one of the two.
3. Can I use the TraceTogether App for my usual SafeEntry Check-In elsewhere?
Yes. There will soon be a nationwide transition to 'TraceTogether-only' SafeEntry Check-In QR Codes. After which, the SingPass QR Code reader and your phone’s native QR code reader will no longer be able to scan new 'TraceTogether-only SafeEntry' Check-In QR Codes.
4. When can I start using my TraceTogether App or Token?
If you already have the TraceTogether App or Token, you may start using it for your SafeEntry Check-In when arriving for Mass.
5. Do I still need to bring my NRIC along when I attend Mass?
Yes. The SafeEntry Check-In process is the government's contact tracing program. Whereas, our volunteer's scan each person's NRIC/Work Permit to verify your Mass booking before admission into the Church Hall.
Download the TraceTogether App: tracetogether.gov.sg
Collect TraceTogether Token: token.gowhere.gov.sg
Mass Schedule at St Ignatius Church
Morning Mass: Tuesday & Thursday, 7.30am
Evening Mass: Monday to Friday, 7.00pm.
Saturday : 4.30pm and 6.00pm
Sunday : 8.15am, 10.15am, 12.15pm, 4.30pm and 6.00pm.
The booking of Mass slots for the Church of St Ignatius opens every Tuesday at 3pm.
A parishioner is allowed to book one weekend Mass per person at each stage, subject to availability.
In addition, the Church of St Ignatius will trial pilot a limited weekday Mass booking system.
In each booking stage, parishioners will be restricted to 5 weekday Mass bookings at a time.
All Mass bookings are to be made through myCatholic.sg. After logging in to your account, parishioners may have to refresh/reload their web page or log out/log in again to see the latest booking information.
Mass slots will remain available till they have been taken up or when the time for booking closes. The cut-off time is 3hrs before that particular Mass starts.
Please be gracious and only book for Masses that you are able to attend. A no-show for Masses that have been booked will be tracked in the system.
Please be reminded that car parking is available only at the King’s Road Church basement car park.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Updates on the Mass Attendance Registration System (MARS)
A shorter booking/cancellation cut-off time of 3 hours has been introduced as of 1 April 2021. This is a change from the previous timeframe of 24 hours.
You may edit your name, date of birth and mobile number on the MARS profile page. However, to edit your NRIC