Intimacy with God in a Community of Diversity
No matter who you are or where you are on your faith journey, you are welcome at St. Andrew's.
See the For Visitors page for our worship times.
Lenten Services at St. Andrew's
Our normal weekend schedule will be followed throughout Lent, up until Easter weekend. Exception: no Saturday 4:30 pm mass on March 25th.
Wednesdays throughout Lent: 6:30 low mass, followed by vegan soup supper and discussion.
Fridays throughout Lent: 6:30 pm Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Book discussions continue Thursdays 3/9 to 4/6, 2:30 pm.
Feast of the Annunciation, Saturday, March 25
There will be no services at St. Andrew's that day. Instead, we are invited to a joint celebration in Dunkirk with the people of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church. There will be Mass, followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Bishop Franklin will preside.
Palm Sunday liturgy, weekend of 4/8-9, usual schedule.
No mass on Wednesday.
Maundy Thursday, 4/13, 7:00 pm High Mass, stripping of the altar, Eucharistic Procession, vigil at the Altar of Repose in the chapel until midnight.
Good Friday, 4/14, 7:00 pm Liturgy, Holy Communion from reserved sacrament.
Holy Saturday, no 4:30 pm mass.
Great Vigil of Easter, Saturday 4/15, 8:00 pm. Easter food and fellowship after.
Easter Day, 4/16, 10:30 am High Mass. No evening services.
Sunday Night Dinners This Year
This fall our popular series of free dinners after the 6 PM Mass is returning. We're especially encouraging students to join in. After each dinner, there is Compline at 8 PM.
These events are continuing for the spring semester, every week from February 5 to May 7, except for March 26 and April 16.
St. Andrew’s is a spiritual oasis, nurturing and replenishing the soul on the journey of faith. With unwavering trust in God, St. Andrew’s steps boldly into the future as a catalyst for individual change and the transformation of the University Heights district and the city of Buffalo.
Photo by Charles LaChiusa
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