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.

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, 4:15 -4:40 PM

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


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See information below for details about the annual Hope Appeal

From Bishop Lucia: As COVID cases are rising, it is highly recommended that everyone, unvaccinated and vaccinated, wear their masks while in the Church. Please bring your own mask with you when you come to Mass.

Announcements, Sept 18-Sept 25



Fr. Lyons will be attending the Annual Priest Convocation September 20th -22nd. There will be no Daily Mass or Confessions on those days.


Faith Formation Registration Forms are available on the
Faith Formation webpage or in the Church office.

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 syrdio.org.

  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. Our goal this year is $15,951.73.


Family Faith Formation will be starting soon!

If you would like a registration form please call the office at 674-9625 or call Rose Tenney at 674-6247 if you would like more information.


If you are away on a weekend, please remember the parish expenses go on, so please make up your envelopes. You may send them by mail to the Rectory or drop them in the collection basket. Thank you for supporting your parish financially. If you are visiting from another parish and would like your donation to go to your parish, please use your own Church envelope or the envelopes on the table next to the collection basket. If the envelope is labeled for a different parish, it will be sent to that parish.


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.

In memory:
The Food Pantry has received a total of $995 in memory of Paul Del Fuoco to date, and $1,095 in memory of Irmin Mody.

The parish has received $50 in memory of Irmin Mody for a total of $100.

Thank you!

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USCCB Bishops Emergency Disaster Fund

Sadly, we are once again witnessing a number of natural disasters. Faced with the damages from Hurricane IDA as well as other natural disasters. The USCCB has asked that every diocese take up a special collection for humanitarian, long term recovery, and significant Church needs arising from these disasters. The funds will support the USCCB Bishops Emergency Disaster Fund which will support Catholic Charities USA and/or Catholic Relief Services. Checks can be made out to the Diocese of Syracuse- Emergency Disaster Fund and the funds will be forwarded to the USCCB.

Please place these checks in the collection basket. Thank you.

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Caregiver Support Group Caring
It’s not the hard part of caregiving. The Good News Center is hosting a FREE and open to the public monthly Caregiver Support Group, the third Monday of the month from 6:30-8PM, facilitated by Susan Read, MS,RN. This group provides a source of emotional and social support and resources for those caring for a loved one.

Our support group offers self-care strategies and tools to reduce stress and enhance coping. We welcome adults, spouses, family members or friends in the caregiver role to attend.

For those who prefer to do so, the program is also being offered virtually. Upcoming meetings are September 20th, October 18th and November 15th.

Please contact The Good News Center at 315-735-6210 Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM to register for both in-person or virtual meetings or email us at info@thegoodnewscenter.org.

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.