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!
Frequently Asked Questions
We gather in loving community, inspiring one another to transform ourselves, to create a more just and compassionate world.
Sunday, March 26, 10:30am
“Risking Everything for a Better Life”
- Speaker: Eva Hassett, Executive Director, International Institute of Buffalo
Immigrants and refugees are making Buffalo a wonderfully diverse and vibrant city, but coming to a new country is hard, and the status of many who are here and their friends and relatives who want to join may be under siege. How can we help, and what do we need to know and understand to do so effectively?
Visiting Our Church
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 (map), inside our lawn and garden area.
We have greeters at both entrances, and a welcome table in the parish hall if you'd like more information or have questions.
Special Needs/Accessibility and Parking info.
UU World, the Magazine of the UUA
UUCB March Share-the-Plate: Journey's End
Journey’s End Refugee Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Christian community-based organization with the mission of welcoming refugees without regard to ethnic origin, religion, or creed. Journey’s End strives to provide refugees with the resources and support they need, to become successful, active, and contributing members of the Western New York community.
About the Share the Plate program, and organizations to which we've donated.
March's Heart and Soul Question
Faith Matters: What does it mean to be a Community of Risk?
“Do you want me to tell you something really subversive? Love is everything it's cracked up to be. That's why people are so cynical about it. It really is worth fighting for, being brave for, risking everything for. And the trouble is, if you don't risk anything, you risk even more.”
― Erica Jong, Fear of Flying