St. Stanislaus Church, located in East Buffalo’s Historic Polonia, will once again be making homemade Polish pierogi to help support one of the region’s oldest parishes. The price per dozen is $12.00. Cheese, potato with cream cheese and sauerkraut pierogi will be available. The pierogi will be made exclusively by parish volunteers.
Pre-sale orders will be taken until Saturday, February 6th. Pick up of orders from the Parish will take place February 18th from 1-3p and on Sunday February 21st from 10:30a to 1p. To place an order or to volunteer to help make pierogi, call Theresa at 893-3627.
Founded in 1873, St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Church is regarded as the “Mother Church of Buffalo Polonia.” It was established to serve the spiritual needs and offer temporal guidance to what was once the second largest Polish-American colony in North America. The parish has the distinction of being the oldest Polish parish in the Diocese of Buffalo and is the oldest in New York State. Today, under the leadership of Pastor Mariusz Dymek, the Parish serves a diverse population while maintaining its rich Polish heritage and customs through daily liturgy and cultural, educational and social activities. (www.StStansBuffalo.com).