Gather – Inspire – Transform.
We gather in loving community, inspiring one another
to transform ourselves to create a more just and compassionate world.
We are a compassionate, thoughtful, and diverse religious community who nurture and challenge each other to deeper understanding, meaning and purpose in our lives. We use our hearts and our heads (and a good dose of humor) to make a difference not only in our lives, but the lives of those beyond our doors. We encourage you to learn more about our beliefs, our services, and our history in the About Us section. Visitors are always warmly welcomed to our worship services!
UU World, the Magazine of the UUA
STARTS AT 10:30AM
Sunday, July 27, 10:30 am
The Cosmos and Me
In a vast and impersonal universe, ancient beyond comprehension, we can feel small and unimportant without the presence of a loving God. Yet how do we atheists manage? Meditations on a journey of faith with no creator beyond nature itself.
We meet for worship each Sunday at 10:30 AM.
You may enter the church either through the Sanctuary doors that face onto West Ferry Street, or through the Garden Entrance (handicap accessible) that is set back from the sidewalk at West Ferry and Elmwood Avenue, inside our lawn and garden area. We have a welcome station with a greeter at both entrances, where you may get a name tag and find out what you would like to know about the church.
Sharing the July-August Plate with The Food Bank of Western New York
In keeping with our mission to create a more just and compassionate world, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo shares
our weekly collection plate with a local agency, living out our generosity in the Buffalo community. The mission of the Food Bank is to obtain nutritious food and support from public and private sources and efficiently distribute these resources to
the hungry in Western New York through their member agencies.
Founded in 1978 The Food Bank of Western New York now serves approximately 100,000 people per year. 38 percent of those served are children while 8 percent are senior citizens. The Food Bank receives perishable and non-perishable food from manufacturers, retailers, brokers and distributors as well as from food drives. Cash donations are used to supplement these donations. More ...
Stewardship and the 2014 Annual Budget Drive – IMAGINE! Each year, the members of the congregation are asked to make a pledge of financial support, letting the church know the level of their giving for the coming year. This process allows church leaders to prepare a budget, approved by the congregation, to fund the activities and programs of the church. The Fair Share Giving Guide provides suggested giving levels to reflect your commitment and ability to do your fair share in supporting the church.