Thank you for all your support during these trying times.  
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate together through this pandemic. 

All parishioners must register to attend service. A reservation system has been implemented that ensures social distancing and maintains maximum capacity as directed. Upon arriving at church, you will be greeted and checked in by a Parish Council member at that door. We have limited seating, so you must be registered. You must also adhere to all recommendations below.

If you do not receive an email confirmation with your reservation, then your reservation was not processed and you must resubmit.

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  • A member of the Parish Council will escort you to an assigned seat.

  • A face mask must be worn and the social distancing rule of 6 feet must be practiced.

  • After lighting candles, please only reverence the icon by doing your cross and bow. Do NOT touch or kiss the icon.

  • Fr Cosmas will give directions for an orderly and safe approach for Holy Communion and Dismissal.

  • Antidoron will be distributed in individual baggies.

  • Contact Lia Economou for instructions regarding coordination of Memorials. If Koliva is to be offered, it must be in individual bags.

  • Parishioners must screen themselves prior to coming to church.  If they have any symptoms, they are not to attend Church.

  • Parishioners shall not come to the Church by a ride share (Uber, Lyft). 

  • Parishioners must sanitize their hands upon entering the Church.

  • Parishioners are to stay in their assigned seats – parents must ensure children remain seated and adhere to social distancing.

  • Only one parishioner will be allowed in the restroom at a time – exceptions will be made for family members that need assistance.

  • If after attending any service a parishioner experiences symptom of or tests positive for COVID-19, in addition to immediately contacting their medical provider, they must contact the Church office to inform the parish of the date that they attended service.

  • Communion will be offered following the tradition of the church.

The Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church is under the dominion of the Metropolis of New Jersey,