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"…the kingdom of God is at hand…" Mark 1:15

St. John the Baptist Parish

Mass Times

Saturdays at 4 pm
Sundays at 10 am


Tuesdays & Thursdays at 8:30 am
Fridays at 7:30 am

Holy Days: See our bulletin

Confession

Saturdays at 3 pm or contact the Pastor

Rosary

Before each weekday Mass

Eucharistic Adoration

Every first Friday after 7:30 am Mass

 

Our church and parish halls are wheelchair accessible.

Please check this week's bulletin for the latest news and events.
 

 

Office Hours

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: 8:30 AM to 1 PM;
Closed Wednesdays for the summer.

Online Giving

Visiting other parishes this summer?

To ensure that our parish will be able to continue financially, please don't forget your usual donations to St. JB!

Safely and easily donate online by clicking HERE

or mail your check or money order to

10 School St.

Allentown, NH 03275

May you have a faithful and joyful summer!

 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:

 

Sunday Mass Obligation has been reinstated!

 

from Bishop Libasci:

"As was the case before the pandemic, those who are sick should not attend Mass. This would include those who recently have been exposed to COVID or any other communicable illness. These individuals are excused but of course, should not be attending other events that would pose the same concerns. A mother’s words ring true: “If you’re too sick to go to church, you’re too sick to go out and play.”"

 

Read Bishop Libasci's

Messages to the Faithful regarding the coronavirus

by clicking HERE.

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Stay up to date

 

For the latest news from our parish, including

upcoming Knights of Columbus Suppers (always delicious)

Religious Education notifications,

local happenings of interest,

fundraisers and parish events,

read our weekly bulletin online by clicking HERE!  

Bulletins are available at the entrances of the church. They can also be mailed or emailed (contact the office) as well as accessed by typing CatholicSuncook.org/publications in your web browser at any time.

 Thank you for visiting our website! We invite you to browse through it to learn some history (including photos) get the latest news from the Vatican, or read the Scripture for today.  Discover our liturgical ministries, social organizations, and local charities that we help – and consider getting involved.  If you are visiting or new to the area, we hope to worship with you in our church soon!

Let us richly live our lives of faith. May God bless you in every season.

Ever Ancient, Ever New

Can you believe that our parish, in just two years, will be celebrating 150 years of serving God and neighbor?

Our venerable church has seen many improvements in just the last few years —

a new roof, repaired choir loft and spruced up organ,

new carpeting, and new flooring and paint in the sanctuary.

In less than a year, we have mourned the passing of two priests: our administrator, Fr. Adrien, and, very recently, our priest-in-residence, Fr. Finnigan. We remember them with sorrow and joy in our hearts, grateful that they have been part of our parish family and confident that they are being received into heavenly glory.

And now, we joyfully welcome our new pastor and parochial vicar,

Fr. Michael Gendron and Fr. David Gagnon!

May God bless them as they gather the faithful in this time of renewal, to minister to our community, and to lead us into the dawn of the next 150 years…

God is good.

ROOF FUND

Our roof has, thankfully, been replaced, and we appreciate all donations toward this cause! We still have to pay off the  large bill, however, so we need your continued support.

Please check out our newest bulletin for any new fundraisers and consider taking part. 

Donations to the roof fund can be made by mail: 10 School St., Allentown, NH 03275. Or if you are attending write "roof fund" on an envelope and place it in the collection box or basket. You can also donate safely and securely online! Just click "Online giving" in the top menu, then scroll down to click "make a donation" under "Roof". Thank you!