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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 deal of humor) to make a difference not only in our lives, but the lives of those beyond our doors. Learn more about our beliefs, our services, and our history and more in the About Us tab.

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Dec 4: Anticipation, Rev. Fran Manly

Advent, the four weeks leading up to Christmas, is a time of waiting and preparation. It can be anything from a time of meditation and reflection to a mad rush to get cookies baked, presents bought and wrapped, and parties planned. Christmas is coming, ready or not. Whatever the holiday means to you, will you be ready?

Livestream here: http://live.buffalouu.org

Services start at 10:30 unless otherwise posted


December Share-the-Plate: Stitch Buffalo

We are pleased to welcome Cheri Vogelbaum of Stitch to the pulpit on December 4.  After the service, Stitch Buffalo will offer for sale some of its beautiful creations in the Parish Hall.  Please take advantage of this opportunity to “shop locally,” and then check out the more extensive inventory at their 1215 Niagara Street retail operation.  Stitch Buffalo was founded in 2014 with the simple desire to gather and create. Our work has since expanded to encompass three programs. First, is the Refugee Women’s Workshop, a thriving community of over 60 women artists from Bhutan, Burma, Nepal, Thailand, Egypt, Afghanistan, and beyond who sew handcrafted goods for sale in the community. Next, is our Community Classes programming, providing culturally informed textile-arts education in a diverse and welcoming space. Finally, our Second Stitch sustainability program gives a second life to donated supplies no longer needed by other artists, crafters, and businesses—keeping useful materials out of landfills and in the hands of local artists. We are committed to our mission of stitching communities together and grateful for your support.


Our Vision
We will gather in loving community, creating a shared vision of compassion and dignity for all,
​​to radically transform the world in which we live. 

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