Special Notice: The Fall Congregational meeting will take place at noon on October 2nd, 2022.  We will vote to approve the proposed 2023 annual budget as well as vote on bylaws changes (Bylaws Amendment) relating to voting electronically and ratifying past votes.  The Finance Committee as well as Governance will be on hand to answer all your questions. Here is the Zoom link for remote viewing. Come and be involved and learn about what’s in store!
Members of the finance Committee will be available on Sunday the 25th, in the Alliance room at noon, to answer any questions or address concerns about the proposed budget.


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September 25: Sweet Beginnings, Rev. Joan Montagnes

This Sunday is the first of the High Holidays in the Jewish Calendar, Rosh Hashana. Happy New Year! May it be a sweet year full of goodness, beauty, and justice. But before we can move on with carefree clean slate, we need to forgive ourselves and each other. Belonging to the beloved community means always being ready to say you’re sorry.

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

Services start at 10:30 unless otherwise posted

September Share-the-Plate: Justice for Migrant Families

Justice for Migrant Families provides support to individuals in the federal immigrant detention facility in Batavia through many different programs like a hotline, legal connections and a book program, information and resources to immigrant families in the community, and advocacy both within and beyond the local community. JFMF organizes at a local and statewide level for systemic changes to current immigration policies such as for the Green Light NY law that provides undocumented members of our community access to drivers licenses and works to build a more just world in which all people are treated with dignity. 

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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