Welcome, and thank you for visiting St. Andrew's Parish online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and community participation  opportunities available to you and your family.  Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.



Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebrations. Our Pastoral Care and Faith Formation Ministries are available to serve you at any time.

Mass Schedule


Masses are held in the main Church:


7:30, 9:30, and 11:30 AM & 5:00 PM



8:30 AM  &  Vigil: 4:00 PM


Weekdays: 8:30 AM & 12:00 Noon


Liturgy of the Word for Children:

9:30 Mass Sundays.

Additional Masses or services will be announced in our weekly events.

Confessions Schedule

Monday - Friday:  11:15 - 11:45 AM

Bingo Schedule


Bingo is held in the Msgr. Donovan Center in McNulty Hall

Sundays:  7:00 PM


Tuesdays: 7:30 PM


Thursdays: 7:30 PM


Fridays: 7:30 PM


Join us and help support the parish!

Upcoming Events​​​​

Subscribe for Updates

We invite to join our mailing list and receive emails we send out with news, the weekly bulletin or special Mass and event schedules. Just enter your email above and subcribe.

Latest News

  • Get this week's bulletin here.

  • For additional News, please visit our Magazine.

  • Get last week's bulletin here.

  • Our Lady of Fatima home visitation program. We are excited to share with you a new initiative to bring Our Lady of Fatima into your home! More info here.

  • Children's Liturgy Each Sunday at 9:30 AM Mass. ​

  • Marian Ministries Living Rosary Event Check out pictures from the event here.

  • Important Videos from Deacon Mike

Eucharistic Adoration​ - Click here.

The Rosary - Click here.

Fr. Matt's Message This Week

Dear Parishioners,

By Candlemas, forty days after Christmas, February 2,
the season of Christ’s coming has depleted our candle
supply. Soon, the parish will order a new paschal candle from a catalogue or candle maker, or in some
communities, wax will be

collected to be melted and molded. Last year’s paschal candle shows the wear and tear of summer heat, or many funerals or baptisms. Paschal candles have been around since at least the fourth century, when Constantine’s biographer, Eusebius reported that the night of the sacred vigil was “transformed into the brilliancy of day, by lighting throughout the city pillars of wax, while burning lamps in every place so that the splendor of this night was brighter than the brightest daylight. ”Light was a precious commodity in the ancient world, and this lavish use of precious bees wax was a sign of the Christian’s call to bear Christ’s light into the world’s darkness. In a pre-electric age, a whole city aglow from the paschal flame must have been a glorious sight, and a reminder to every baptized Christian of our vocation to “be the light of the world.”

Fr. Matt

© 2020 by St. Andrew's RC Church Kenmore NY 716-873-6716

  • facebook-square