Egan Chapel Welcomes Back All Worshippers, Beginning May 30

Egan Chapel Welcomes Back All Worshippers, Beginning May 30

This summer, 11 a.m. Sunday Masses on campus will reopen to the public for in-person attendance. Services will also continue to be available remotely via livestream.

Fairfield University’s Campus Ministry staff is pleased to announce that beginning Sunday, May 30, on-campus Masses at the Egan Chapel of St. Ignatius Loyola will once again be open to the public. 

Returning worshippers will be required to wear face coverings inside Egan Chapel, and community members will be asked to maintain a six-foot distance from other families/households. Hand sanitizer will be available at the chapel entrance.

Mass attendees are asked to access campus by the main gates on North Benson Road; no proof of vaccination or LiveSafe app is necessary — just let security personnel know you are heading to Mass. For those who wish to continue attending Mass virtually, the Zoom link Meeting ID remains: 916 9363 8989.

Sunday Mass

Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Egan Chapel

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Now Open to the Public

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