OFFICE HOURS Will resume when New York “Pause” is lifted and we return to full services.  Please feel free to call at anytime – I am working from home.



My name is Pat Dyer and I am the Pastoral Associate and Religious Education coordinator.  I am married – you might see my husband with me on some Sundays or at events.  I have five children – all grown and married as well as eight grandchildren – two of them live with us.  I have a graduate degree in Pastoral Ministry from Christ the King Seminary and a graduate degree in Parent Child Health Nursing from SUNY at Stony Brook.  I am certified by the Diocese of Buffalo as a catechetical leader.  You may have seen me around the central city parishes as I have lived in Buffalo since 2001.  I am new to Blessed Trinity so please stop by my office in St Charles Hall and introduce yourself.  I’ll be there every Wednesday from 10AM to 2PM.  Stop by to say “Hello” before or after masses every Sunday or the first Saturday of every month.  You might also find me wondering around before BINGO starting in April.  We’re developing lots of new things so check back here often.  You can also call or e-mail if you have ideas or questions!  I am enjoying meeting each and every one of you.


Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed to support the programs here at Blessed Trinity.  We will meet every two to three months to prepare lessons that will be used every week.  Volunteers for this position do not need to meet the Protecting God’s Children requirement.  No experience needed.

Other volunteers will be needed to provide classroom support for quarterly meetings of children beginning in September.  Support for meeting the Protecting God’s Children requirement will be provided.  If you like to work with kids, this position is for you.  

Volunteers to fix lunch for our quarterly meetings with our school age children are needed.

Support for our adult programs.  See adult programs for opportunities.

UPCOMING CLASSES – Call to Register

Adult Confirmation – Classes have begun Look for our on-line study page which will be available in the next few days.  If we are still unable to celebrate Mass by the time Easter gets here, we will reschedule Confirmation.  Here is Session Two Study Guide Link:Lesson Two Catholic Social Teaching

Faithful Citizenship – Cancelled We will have an on-line study page available soon.  This will be rescheduled for classroom discussion as soon as we are able to begin having meetings again.  Links below are from the USCCB.

Catholics Participate in Political Life

First Reconciliation and First Communion – Classes begin Thursday April 23 at 5 PM

Spiritual Advisement Information Session – April 23 at 6 PM Registration encouraged

Weekly Lessons for school age children are available at the east parking lot entrance to the church.  Additional lessons can be found on the links pages

Monthly activities for school age children are available during Coffee Hours after Mass


  • Construction paper & glue sticks 
  • Crayons – both mixed colors and multicultural skin colors
  • Hole punch, Children’s scissors & chalk
  • Yarn, ribbon &  cord
  • Lunch food for kids meetings, snacks for adult programs
  • Push pins & poster putty &Puppets
  • Bright colored cotton or cotton blend fabric
  • Children’s religious stories books (new or like new)
  • Pillows which can be used on the floor
  • Colored copier paper
  • Printer ink – ask which kind we need
  • Sponsor a child’s textbook $15
  • Four mixed bags of jelly beans & ½ pound of wheat seed
  • Small ziplock lunch bags
  • Two mirrors
  • Tree of Life template/stencil (for painting)
  • Coffee Pot & Small microwave
  • Flat screen internet ready television 36-40 inches with built-in DVD player, and a stand (so we can use it in several different spaces.)