UAIM was selected as one of only eight churches in the United States to pilot the Accessibility & Inclusion Ministry Team (AIM) Program, a partnership of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). UAIM of Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo has been certified twice by the Unitarian Universalist Association.  Our recent certification was this spring (2021).  Each certification is for three years.  Through our partnership in the AIM Program, our congregation is working to become more inclusive and welcoming to people with disabilities. We invite you to join the Universal Accessibility and Inclusion Team at UUCB.  Please contact UAIM using the form below to become involved in our many inclusion, social justice, and accessibility projects.  We welcome your comments, questions, and suggestions.  

A member of our team is a member of ARISE (Acceptance, Respect, Inclusion,  Support & Equity) which is a self-advocacy group that meets at our church the second Wednesday of the month.  ARISE is also connected with VOICE Buffalo.
AA & NA groups met weekly at our church before the pandemic.

EqUUal Access is an organization for Unitarian Universalists living with disabilities, their families, friends, and allies.  The mission of EqUUal Access is to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in Unitarian Universalist communities and the broader society.  To learn more, visit


Ginny Vaughan

Susan Mann-Dolce

Lynn Mancuso

Sophia Roberts

Steve Wixson

Courtney Dero-Center for Advocacy

Morgan Fenn Center for Advocacy


We meet the second Wednesday of every month Via Zoom from 5:30-7:00pm

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