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 tab. Visitors are always warmly welcomed to our worship services!
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We gather in loving community, inspiring one another to transform ourselves, to create a more just and compassionate world.
Sunday, July 23, 10:30am
Imagine a World
- Rev. Fran Manly and Doug Yoeman
John Lennon’s “Imagine” invites us to imagine a world where (among other things) all the people live in peace, where all the people live as one. It holds up a powerful vision of connection in a world where people seem more divided than ever. The longing expressed in the song is deep, and goes back centuries. But is imagination enough to take us there? Through story, song, and reflection, we’ll search for the deep connections that the song invites us to imagine.
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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.
UUCB July-August Share-the-Plate: Recycle-A-Bike
"Recycle-A-Bicycle is GObike Buffalo's award winning educational program for children of all ages that can be found in several Buffalo City Schools and community centers. Participants in the program receive a donated bicycle from our Community Workshop and strip it down part-by-part to the frame. With the help of trained instructors, students reassemble the bike while learning bicycle mechanics, tool use, and important problem solving skills. Upon completion of their bicycles participants are taught the rules of the road, proper riding etiquette, road safety, and how to plan to travel from place to place on two wheels using our city's bike paths and bicycle infrastructure. Each class goes on a group ride around the surrounding neighbor hood to practice these skills and test ride the bikes they built. Participants also receive a set of lights, a lock, and a helmet to go along with their newly recycled bikes."