Churches are updating their schedules in these changing circumstances.

 Click on the following links for:

    Parish Newsletter 

    Masses currently celebrated from home

      Pastoral letter from the Cardinal in preparation for Pentecost     

     Organ Donation: A brief guide for Catholics

    Free Resources for SJF Parishioners 

    Resourcing the lockdown - Diocese of Westminster

    The latest Diocese advice about Coronavirus 


Donate

If you are wanting to help us now, the Diocese have just updated our Donate Page on our microsite:

https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/Shepperton/donate

This page offers various ways to help us to keep on paying our bills.  Many thanks for  your help





About St John Fisher

St John Fisher Catholic Parish is a lively church which is 75 years old and seeks to witness the Gospel to the people of Shepperton and beyond. As you will see from the website we have a vibrant approach to parish life. “Prayer, Partnership, Pilgrimage, and  Panto” sums up what this parish is all about.

Prayer -  each day our parish brings the needs of Shepperton and the world to Mass. Holy Mass is at the centre of our parish life.

Partnership -  St John Fisher community endeavours to support our housebound and sick - with access to the Eucharist, regular visits, and where possible, lifts to church. This year we have undertaken a desire to provide particular support to CAFOD and its work with developing communities.

Pilgrimage -  – St John Fisher parishioners are at the organisational centre of the yearly Westminster Diocese Pilgrimage to Lourdes. As a result, we see ourselves as a pilgrim people, caring for each other.

Panto -  Every year the youth group of the parish plan and perform a unique Pantomime to entertain parishioners and to raise money to support their annual Pilgrimage to Lourdes.
Stay a minute, enjoy our website, and please pray for our parish.

 Parish Registration Form 
 
https://issuu.com/rcwestminster/docs
Note: Registration form- Please print it and hand the completed form to  Father Shaun.