| About Our Parish|
Family Registration. New families can register by visiting the Pastoral Center or calling the Parish Office at 203-655-3303.
Our Patron Saint. Thomas More holding steadfastly to his faith, was martyred in 1535. Four hundred years later, in 1935, he was canonized. His feast day is June 22.
Mission Statement. The faith community of St. Thomas More Parish strives to live out the Gospel message of love, compassion, and forgiveness.
Stewardship. Are you looking for a way to give back to your community? Do you have a unique talent or skill that you would like to use to help others? Stewardship will provide that opportunity!
Saint Augustine Medals. Every year, the Diocese of Bridgeport awards Saint Augustine Medals of Service honoring the extraordinary volunteer contributions of lay women and men throughout Fairfield County.
Our Church. Built in 1972, the church building is an embracing one that brings congregants close to the altar, encouraging active participation in liturgical worship.
Saint Francis Garden. Situated behind the Pastoral Center, the garden is a place in which to experience faith in a peaceful outdoor setting.
Pastoral Council. The Pastoral Council is a representative group, organized in such a way that all the voices of the parish can be heard and somehow responded to.
Finance Council. In line with a policy of the Diocese of Bridgeport, advises the Pastor in matters pertaining to the financial affairs of the parish.
Parish History. Saint Thomas More was carved out of St. John's Parish in 1966. Saint John's was carved out of Saint John the Evangelist Parish, Stamford, in 1889.
Parish Website. The Saint Thomas More website provides online access to Mass times, the Parish Bulletin, Parish activities, and links to other websites.