Creating a Place for People
to Develop and Grow Spiritually

2bc1e62c-aff8-43e3-b318-1d87968f2f4aFlowers Welcome

We welcome everyone to our group, whatever your race, ethnic origin, religious perspective, sexual orientation, political philosophy, or economic condition.

Go forth into the world in peace; have courage; hold on to what is good; return no one evil for evil; strengthen the faint hearted; support the weak; help the suffering; honor all people; love and serve the spirit of life, rejoicing in its power.

In 1996, the Buffalo Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BUUF) began when eight people gathered at the home of Luke and Louise Markve, and decided to establish an identifiable Unitarian Universalist presence in Wright County. Bylaws were written and officers elected.

After the first year, there was a program at each meeting.  Most programs were presented by members of BUUF.  Programs have included humanism, spirituality, science, ancient religious beliefs and practices, and current events.

Our Meetings

Meetings are normally held the second Wednesday of each month, September 11th through May. They are located at the Buffalo Community Center. Regular meetings begin at 7:00pm. Board meetings will normally follow the meeting.

“BUFFalo Gals” will meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Wild Marsh located at the Buffalo Golf Club, 1710 Montrose Blvd S, Buffalo, MN  55313 during the summer months.

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    Kim Hampton As the fight over reproductive rights continues, not enough is being said about racial disparities in health care.
  • The call of our faith January 20, 2020
    Nancy Palmer Jones, Karin Lin What in Unitarian Universalism’s central theology requires us to work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community?
  • Faith in finance January 13, 2020
    Rachel V. Burlock Responsible investing means aligning your financial goals with your values.
  • Why do we take an offering? January 6, 2020
    Liz James When Unitarian Universalists pass the plate on Sunday to every hand present, it’s an act of saying who we are and what we believe in.
  • Shirley, Goodness and Mercy December 30, 2019
    Barbara Gadon ‘The more I worked with it, the more I liked the idea of God’s grace as three sweet teenagers following me around.’
  • Snowflakes rising December 23, 2019
    Robin Colgrove It’s time we reclaim the snowflake story in all its intertwined ramifications.
  • Kansas church wins court battle to host homeless shelter December 20, 2019
    Heather Beasley Doyle Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church wins court battle to house homeless people in Lenexa, Kansas.