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!
We gather in loving community, inspiring one another to transform ourselves, to create a more just and compassionate world.
Sunday, January 22, 10:30am
“Our Shared Future”
- Marvin Henchnbarger, speaking
Marvin Henchbarger, Executive Director of Gay and Lesbian Youth Services (GLYS), will help us make sense of today’s complex and sometimes confusing landscape of identities around sexual orientation and gender identity and point to ways we can make ourselves and our congregation more welcoming to people of all identities. Youth and adults are cordially invited to join Marvin after church (about 12:15) in one of the Spirit Play classrooms upstairs for further discussion. (more ... )
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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, 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.
UUCB January Share-the-Plate
The Food Bank of WNY is the primary hunger-relief organization in Western New York, obtaining and distributing food to 329 member agencies including food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, youth programs, and senior centers in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, and Niagara counties. Through these agencies, the Food Bank of WNY serves as many as 129,322 individuals in any given month, including more than 44,000 families, 45,000 children, and nearly 17,000 seniors. The Food Bank's many programs also include a mobile food pantry, food for kids program, nutrition education, and a community garden.
Catherine Shick, Public and Community Manager, will be speaking for a few minutes at the January 8th service.