Registration to attend for Mass in person has started.
Please note, online Mass will continue to be available on Saturday evening and people are not obligated to attend Mass in person.
If you have discerned that you are comfortable to attend Mass in person, please register yourself and your household.
Option 1 – Online Registration
Register online at our website annunciation-ottawa.com. Click on Register for Mass.
We are using Eventbrite to manage online registration. You will be asked to:
- Select a Mass time (scroll down to the Mass you would like to attend) and click on Ticket.
- Enter the total number of tickets required – one ticket for each person from your household who plans to attend – click on Register.
- After clicking the registration button, you will be asked to provide your name and email address. Click on Register.
- A confirmation email will appear in your inbox.
There is no cost to attend Mass.
Option 2 – Phone Registration
If you know of a parishioner without internet access who might like to attend Mass, please let them know that they can register byphoning the parish at 613-745-7774. Phone registration will be open between 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM (Noon) on Wednesdays.Callers will be asked to provide their name, phone number and number of people in their household wishing to attend Mass. People registering by phone will receive a confirmation phone call on Friday.
Any registrations requested outside this window will not be processed at this time.
Parishioners are reminded that we are required to follow the 30% capacity rule established by the Province. Given the capacity limitations, it may be that you are only able to attend Mass in person every three or four weeks.
Please do not request tickets for people who are not members of your household. Only members of the same household may sit together.
Processes have been put in place to ensure that the parish respects the guidelines and follows the best practices provided by the Province and the Archdiocese. We ask for your patience, your understanding and your prayers as we begin this next phase of reopening.
We look forward to the day when all parishioners can be present to celebrate the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Until that day comes, we will continue to do what is required to keep you safe and healthy while attending Mass.