Welcome!

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

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Upcoming Services

May 26: Memorial Day

Livestream link: http://live.buffalouu.org.
Services start at 10:30 unless otherwise posted.

Celebrate loved ones, past or present, by joining our Pulpit Flowers Program. Your dedication will be featured in our Order of Service and weekly e-blast, creating a lasting tribute for our community. Illuminate our space with beauty and foster connections.

 

Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper has worked for 35 years to fulfill the values of our mission. We restore the health of ecosystems. We connect people to water. We inspire economic growth and community engagement. We were formed in 1989 to address the challenges of the Buffalo River, a waterway that had been declared dead for 20 years. Our organization worked with many partners to bring the river back to life.

As we continue working on the Buffalo River, we have also turned our attention to revitalizing Scajaquada Creek while also managing over 70 construction projects, community engagement programs, and state and federal advocacy campaigns to ensure clean water for our families and future generations.

Donors and volunteers are key to our success. Our annual Spring Sweep brings out thousands to remove trash from our communities around Earth Day, and we thank the team from the Universalist Unitarian Church for your support this year! To learn more about our organization or help out, visit www.bnwaterkeeper.org or contact our Volunteer Coordinator Brittni Anderson at banderson@bnwaterkeeper.org.

Thank you for your kindness and generosity.

 

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.