Saint Christopher's is a welcoming parish with beautiful liturgical worship, a thriving school, and many opportunities for people of all ages to live out their faith. Everything we do is firmly rooted in God’s Word in the Sacred Scriptures and the Sacred Tradition of the Catholic Church. Jesus Christ’s real presence in the Holy Eucharist is the living heart of our parish that brings to life all of our prayers, ministries, and endeavors.
Saint Christopher Parish School
St. Christopher School is our parish school for children in grades Pre-Kindergarten through six grade.
Our students experience the joy of learning in an environment where their unique, God-given gifts are celebrated and shared. We strive to develop the whole person in each student – physically, intellectually, and spiritually – so they can bring joy, faith, and success to any endeavor. Guided by the light of the Gospel, our outstanding faculty helps each student know that they are cherished by God and that He calls each of them to pursue extraordinary lives. We encourage all families to join us on this exciting journey!
Saint Christopher School
More about the Parish
Shortly after World War II, the people of St. Patrick’s Parish foresaw the need for a new parish in the north of Nashua. On July 21, 1950, Most Rev. Matthew F. Brady, Bishop of the Diocese of Manchester, established St. Christopher Parish. In 2000, St. Christopher’s celebrated its 50th anniversary with an Anniversary Mass celebrated by Bishop John McCormack and the living former pastors of the parish.
The parish office and rectory are located in the historic mid-1800's grey house adjacent to the church. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The church hall is located under the church and can be accessed by the interior stairs on either side of the front of the church or by stairs at the main entrance. Restrooms are located in the church hall.
The Sister Mary Leon Pennell Center is the light grey house adjacent to the rectory and is home to many of our ministry groups and clubs.
The school is located behind the church and is accessed through the main entrance on Cushing Ave. The new Fine Arts Center is located in the grey house connected to the Pennell Center.
The parish has three parking lots — next to the church on Manchester St., behind the school off Cushing Ave. and behind the Pennell Center.
Heavenly Father, We pray for all of the people and programs at St. Christopher Parish. Unite us as a community of believers and grant us the wisdom, grace, and strength to do your will. We ask this through Christ our Lord.