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Registering for Sunday liturgies

Would you like to receive invitations for the Sunday liturgies? Click here to register

Registration is required only once to receive invitations.

The four Catholic churches in Delft can receive only a limited amount of persons due to the corona measures. If you want to be sure that you can be admitted to a Sunday liturgy, you should register online, by means of the system ‘Kerktijd’. Registering occurs in two steps.

Step 1

Here and on the main page of our website, you will find a link to the registration form of ‘Kerktijd’. On this form, you can indicate your preference where and when you would like to go to church. You can also indicate whether you will come alone, or with multiple persons from the same household. When you do so, you will receive a login code which enables you to change your preferences at any time.

Step 2

If places are still available for you in the liturgy of your choice, you will receive an e-mail sometime during the week with an invitation to attend that liturgy on the upcoming Sunday. If you accept this invitation within 48 hours by clicking the button ‘Ik kom wel’ (I will come), you will receive confirmation of your registration within 24 hours. If you click the button ‘Ik kom niet’ (I will not come), the software will invite someone else from the reserve list. For this reason, we ask you to indicate whether you will come by Friday morning at the latest.

If there are more people registered than there are places available, you might not be able to attend. In that case, the software will place you at the top of the reservation list for the next liturgy at the same place and the same time. You will again receive an invitation, which you can accept or reject.

We hope to be able to welcome you in church soon. It is necessary to check at the entrance whether or not you are registered (if not, you can still come, but you cannot be sure of a place). For this reason, however, we would ask you to please be in time. Until then!