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April 2: A Holy Disruption, Rev. Joan Montagnes
We recently changed our church By-Laws. We said that although we will not tolerate destructive behavior in our church, it is perfectly fine to be disruptive. Disruption means conflict. Surely, no church wants conflict. In fact, we resist conflict – to our detriment.
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INCLEMENT WEATHER: UU Church of Buffalo is closed for inclement weather when SUNY Buffalo State College is closed. For SUNY Buffalo State College snow closures click here: https://suny.buffalostate.edu/. Please check the site several times for updates. This information is also available on SUNY Buffalo State College’s facebook and twitter.
March Share-the-Plate: Bornhava
Our Share the Plate recipient this month will be Bornhava. Since 1983, Bornhava has existed to meet our community’s need of a place for young children with disabilities to receive services, using play to create the foundation for children to thrive. Bornhava serves children (birth to 5 years) at their homes and in home-like environments at the main campus in Amherst and at 5 other locations throughout Erie and Niagara counties.
We will be collecting classroom items for Bornhava throughout the month of March. These may include Play-Doh, large crayons, water-based paints, chubby paint brushes, bubbles, glue sticks and large chalk sticks.
To many people, Bornhava means “more” for their children with special needs and developmental disabilities. More attention. More caring. More progress. More success. More love. More hope for a brighter future.
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.