Fuchu Catholic Church


Fuchu Catholic Church

Dedicated to

The Holy Family

Date of Establishment


Parish Priest

Andrea Lembo  P.I.M.E.

Assistant Parish Priest

Vincent Lazun Naw San P.I.M.E.

Cooperative Priest

Gianluca Berotti  P.I.M.E.
 (Concurrently also  Pastor of Takahata Church.)

Number of Parishioners

968(as of Dec.31,2020)

Sunday Mass

Saturday Eve Mass  4:30 pm (Japanese)

Sunday Daytime Mass
 Sunday 9:30 am, 11:30 am (Japanese)

Weekday Mass

Friday 9:30 am (Japanese)

Sunday School

Small Children Class  (Nursery & Elementary School Children) 
1st, 3rd, 5th Sunday 10:30 am – 11:00 am

Study Programs

Bible Study Class
Friday 10:15-11-15 : Bible research study

Introduction to Christianity
2nd, 4th Sunday 12:15-13:15

Volunteer Activity

Several volunteer activities for domestic and overseas countries.


Taizė Gathering : 2nd Saturday 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
January,  April,  July, October  (Catholic Fuchu Church)
February, May, August, November  (Saint Mark Anglican Church)
March, June, September, December  (Catholic Takahata Church)


1-40-11 Fuchu-cho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-0055





Facilities for the Handicapped

Slope, Toilet, Stair lift


From Fuchu Station on Keio Line: From the bus terminal No. 2 of Keio Bus, take the bus “Tera 91”
for “Kokubunnji Eki Minamiguchi Yuki” and get off at “Nougyo
Koukou “
From Kokubunnji Station on JR Line: From the South exit take the bus at Keio Bus “Tera 91” for
“Fuchu Ekiyuki” and get off at “Nougyo Koukou ”  GoogleMap

Parish History

Fuchu  Catholic  Church has been consecrated in 1978 July 16th.
Originally this Church was the Japanese headquarter of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME).
In January 1990, it has been instituted as Parish, belonging to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tokyo.