St Mary's welcomes all to our humble country church with open arms and strong faith. Whether you are camping , hunting or out for a Sunday drive please stop by for Sunday mass.



St. Mary's will be open for Mass on Sunday May 31, 2020.  Everyone attending Mass has to:

1)Bring and wear their own mask

2)Social distance

- sit in the pews that are open and not roped off.  Please start at the pews at the front of the church.  

-maintain 6 feet from those who you do not live with

-For communion maintain the 6 feet distance that will me marked.  The host will only be given in the hand and at that point you can remove your mask to take the host and replace the mask immediately.


Please know that the church will be cleaned(disinfected and or sanitized) before and after Mass.  This includes the pews, door handles , rest rooms etc.

Check out the link below for the Forward in Faith:

Guidance for Returning to Parish Life





Catholics in the Diocese of Buffalo continue to be dispensed from obligation to attend Mass on Sundays, in particular those who are most vulnerable.  If you do not feel comfortable attending Mass in public continue to view a live streamed Mass. Those who do not receive communion are encouraged to make an Act of Spiritual Communion.


The link below will direct you to where you can watch

Masses in our Diocese



Here is the Link for Catholic Charity Services



Regular Mass Schedule



 St Mary's

   Sunday 11:15 AM

 St Joseph's Gowanda

  Saturday 4:30 PM

  Sunday  8:00 AM &

  9:00 AM



Check out this informative website.


S Joe's Gowanda Parish




Please call St Joseph's Rectory at  716 532-5100 for information. 









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Please help with the local community with the Faith in Action Community Outreach Team with collecting food items such as canned soup/Ramen Noodles; dried fruit/fruit snacks; cereal bars/granola bars or bottled water.  These items will be collected weekly and delivered to the Trading Post.  This is to help fill  back packs for our local children and families in need when the children are not in school.  The program runs from January through October.

In March the following items will be collected: cookies/crackers; small, individual boxes of cereal, shelf stable milk; canned meats/ravioli, ect

In April the following will be collected: Macaroni and cheese; fruit cups/applesauce; granola/cereal bars; juice boxes; ect


 Bulletin:  Check out the link below in the Diocesan Insert for live streamed Masses, Adoration and Station of the Cross. 

Diocesan Insert/Portals/1/31520diocesaninsert.pdf

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