St. Malachy's
Roman Catholic Church

Welcome to St. Malachy's Church!

St. Malachy's is a Roman Catholic Church located at 29 East State Street in the village of Sherburne, NY. The church is handicap accessible with an elevator by the main parking area at the back of the church. Parking is available behind the Church and in the lot across the street.

Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday, 4:00 PM*
Sunday, 9:00 AM

9AM Mass is signed for the hearing impaired.

It is highly recommended by Bishop Lucia
that everyone, unvaccinated and vaccinated,
wear masks while in the Church. Please bring your own mask with you when you come to Mass.

Weekday Mass Schedule
St. Malachy's

Tuesday, 8:30 AM

Friday, 12:00PM & Adoration

St. Theresa's

Wednesday, 9:00 AM

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Tuesday, 6PM-7PM
Saturday, 3:15 -3:40 PM

Low Gluten Hosts (0.01%) are available. Notify the Office when you register.

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October is the month of the Rosary

“The family that prays together stays together.”

There’s no more powerful prayer whereby the family can welcome Jesus into the home than the Rosary. By honoring our Lady in praying Her prayer, we allow Her to lead us to Jesus Her Son; and Jesus, hearing us honor His Mother with tender devotion, cannot refuse Her request of Him to enter and bless the family that prays the Rosary together. Jesus has appointed His Mother to guide us through these terrible days of darkness and to crush the head of the serpent, the devil, who seeks to destroy us, our families, and our Church. Pray the Rosary daily as a family. In October, pray it with even greater devotion and fervor, asking the Lord to deliver us from evil.

Click here to read few reasons to pray the Rosary.

Announcements, Oct 17-Oct 23

Family Faith Formation Family Meeting will be held Monday, October 18th, at 6:30 PM in the Church Hall.
Our Family Program is open to all our parish families, grandparents and anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic faith. For more information please go to the Family Faith Formation webpage.

The Prayer Group will meet Friday at 11am in the Payne House. Hymns, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and the Scriptural Rosary. All are welcome!

St. Malachy’s Cemetery News
In accord with the official policy of St. Malachy’s cemetery, all flowers, flower pots, etc., should be removed from the cemetery by Nov. 21st. Any items left at the grave sites will be removed and disposed of by our cemetery crew, beginning on Nov. 22nd.

All Saints Day, is not a Holy Day of Obligation

  • Monday, Nov. 1st

9:00 am at St. Theresa’s

12:00 noon at St. Malachy’s

All Souls Day - Tuesday, Nov. 2nd

8:30 am at St. Malachy’s

*All Souls Day Envelopes –All Souls Day

Envelopes may be put into the collection at any

time between now and the All Souls Day Mass.

You will not have until the end of November to

turn them in. One Mass will be offered on All Souls Day of this year, for all those whose names have been written on the All Souls envelopes.

The parish has a parent interested in starting a Youth Group for ages Kindergarten through Fifth grade. If there is another parent(s) or individual(s) interested in helping with this group, please call the office for information. This group would meet monthly if there are enough interested.

How to donate to the Hope Appeal:

  1. Bring your completed pledge card to Mass during HOPE Appeal and drop it in the collection basket.

  2. Pledge your gift to our parish’s campaign online, using your debit or credit card, at

  3. Mail pledges and donations to the diocese address: HOPE Appeal 240 E. Onondaga St., Syracuse NY 13202

Checks should be made out to HOPE Appeal. So far $3,820.00 of our goal has been reached out of $15,951.73. 17 Families have pledged so far.

Do you have an elderly family member or neighbor who isn't able to get to Mass? Our Eucharistic Minister Team has a weekly schedule of bringing communion to those who can't attend Mass. They read the scripture, pray and offer Holy Communion. Call the Parish Office to register.

The Good Samaritan Committee will meet to discuss the annual CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND FOOD BASKETS FOR NEEDY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES after the 9:00 am Mass, next Sunday, Oct. 24th, in the Church Hall. Anyone interested in joining the committee or working on this project are invited to attend.


THANK YOU! To Bob Cuffney for cleaning and staining the ramp at the food pantry building. It looks great! We are grateful to have Bob volunteer his time and talent here at St. Malachy’s for many different things.


The Parish will no longer be purchasing missals for the pews in the church. The St. Augustine Missals will end November 21st of this year. However, those missals are a cycle of three years, they have years A, B, and C. The readings are same for each year. The only difference will be the dates. Starting the first Sunday of Advent of this year the page number for the readings will be posted in the bulletin for your convenience, if you wish to continue using the St. Augustine Hymnal (this will be starting year C).

If you wish to purchase your own missal, we will have options for you to look at and a form that you can fill out, located in the vestibule on the writing board. You can drop this in the collection basket with your payment (made out to St. Malachy’s) and we will do a bulk order to save everyone shipping.

The deadline for this will be November 7th to ensure time to receive the order before November 28th.

A Bequest in Your Will, no matter what the amount, can help the parish continue its mission of spreading the fullness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the Church He founded and serving God’s people. Everyone should have a will, no matter what your financial circumstances. You need a will to assure that your possessions will be distributed as you desire. When making your bequest, please use the full legal name and address:

St. Malachy’s Catholic Church
PO Box 722
31 East State Street
Sherburne, NY 13460-0722

May God bless you for your thoughtfulness.