5930 South Abbott Road

Orchard Park, NY 14127

Phone: (716) 649-3090

Fax: (716) 649-0211

Email: office@saintbopny.org

Front Office Hours:

Monday-Friday

9am-12noon, 1pm-4pm

Saturday

9am-1pm

Facebook Live

Follow Saint Bernadette on Facebook for a live stream of weekend and daily masses

PARISH NEWS AND EVENTS

School Children

For parents of children that will be in our Faith Formation program, please review our flyer for the upcoming year and send in registration forms as early as possible.  Thank you!

Public Speaker

New and existing parishioners are warmly welcomed to join our many organizations and ministries.  Check under our ministries tab, or this form.

Girl with Smoothie

St. Luke’s Baby Room Ministry needs new or clean, gently used
girls clothing, esp 18mos. - 2T. Donations may be placed in the bins near the rear church entrances.

Newspaper

Click here for the Saint Bernadette parish weekly bulletin and more news.

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Also, our young folks can check out

The Kids Bulletin here.

Beer Tap

Young adults in their 20's & 30's are invited to Hamburg Brewing Co. on Wed, 8/17 at 7pm to hear Fr. Joe on "How to approach your pastor and interpret church law."

RedCross.jpeg

Our next blood drive is Friday, 8/26 from 12-6pm in the Ministry Center. Anyone who donates will receive a $10 gift card

and a chance to win gas for a year!

Rosary

Novena for Life

Join us every Monday evening through the end of August at 7pm in the chapel to pray for an end to abortion and

for all life issues.

Image by Eric Rothermel

Click here for the Saint Bernadette parish calendar and more events.

 

SUNDAY

8:30 am, 11:00 am, 8:05 pm 

SATURDAY VIGIL

5:00 pm 

MASS TIMES

CONFESSION

WEDNESDAY

6:00 pm in the church

SATURDAY

4:00 pm in the church

ADORATION

PERPETUAL ADORATION

of the Blessed Sacrament is in the side chapel 24/7. Visitors welcome!

"Consult not your fears, but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do."

[Pope Saint John XXIII]