If you have children. who will be in grades kindergarden through 9th grade in the upcoming school year, now is the time to enroll! Faith Formation will begin in late September. Please keep in mind that the high school Confirmation program is a two-year program. Links to register can be found here or by clicking Faith Formation on the menu bar at the top of this page.
Mass cards are available at the entrances. Intentions may be made for fathers, both living and deceased. Intentions will be included in Masses in June following Father’s Day. Please place envelopes in the collection basket or drop them off at the parish office during office hours.
The Town of Marlborough is engaged in an effort to determine the sustainable food needs within our community. "Marlborough's Sustainable CT Team" is attempting to first gauge the awareness of its citizens of the food outlet programs and services which currently exist in Town and the opportunities we ALL have to voluntarily participate with donations of food to these same programs and service outlets. In support of "Marlborough's Sustainable CT Team", we ask all St. John Fisher parishioners to complete a very basic, 7-question awareness survey. The survey forms are at the exits. A receptacle box for complete forms is there, also. You can also drop your form off at Town Hall. In addition, you may also access the survey by clicking this link, where you can complete it, but will have to print it and drop it off here at church or at Town Hall. The added goal of the "TEAM" is to also satisfy certain State of Connecticut criteria which could hopefully bring added financial relief to our local food relief programs. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey.
Thank you very much.
Everyone is invited to join a discussion of “People of the Book”
Wednesday, June 14, at 10:00 St. Thomas More Hall
A limited number of books are reserved at Richmond Memorial Library.
For more info: contact Barbara Gaudette (
Sponsored by Lending Library Committee
“Building our Faith, One Page at a Time”
Saint John Fisher Parish Picnic
Sunday, June 4, 2023
There is no cost to attend.
Please sign up to bring a side dish or dessert.
There will be sign up sheets to help with set-up, cooking, and clean up.
Sign up sheets are at the church entrances.
Easter is the season of initiation, and we are thrilled to celebrate our First Holy Communion class. We ask that you continue to keep these children, who received the sacrament last Saturday, May 6th, in your prayers and congratulate them and their families.
Envelopes are available at the entrances to the church for those wishing to honor their Mother, living or deceased, with a spiritual bouquet. The names of the Mothers will be placed on the altar for the month of May and included in the Mass intentions.
Take a moment to visit the library display in the vestibule which features selections on our Blessed Mother Mary available from our parish library. As spring explodes around us, we invite you to check out a book from the library as a way to explore, deepen and enhance your faith.
We pray that Church movements and groups may rediscover their mission of evangelization each day, placing their own charisms at the service of needs in the world.