Mailing address: 76 Westwood Dr., Brockport, NY 14420
Francis David, 16th Century Unitarian martyr
Founded May 17, 2009
Incorporated in New York State 05/13/11
Charter Sunday held on 05/15/11
Accepted into Unitarian Universalist Association on 10/15/11
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The Brockport Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a thriving spiritual community that provides support, guidance, and inspiration to enable the spiritual growth of its members, friends, and the broader society of which it is a part.
Unitarian Universalists do not require a belief in any particular creed or theology, but they do agree on 7 basic principles/values.. Francis David, an 16th century Unitarian martyr said "We do not have to think alike, to love alike."
We intend to joyfully improve ourselves, inspire others, and initiate positive change in accordance with our Unitarian Universalist values/principles.
Services held at The Garland Church
3723 Sweden Walker Road, (Southwest corner of 104 and 260)Brockport, NY.
Schedule of services and events
Speical Note: The book discussion group has changed its name from the Brockport Unitarian Universalist Book Discussion Group to Just Books.
April 28th (4th Sunday) 10:00 AM: Our exploration of interfaith understanding and different faiths continues with indigenous, earth-centered religions, with a focus on Native American traditions.
May 5th (1st Sunday) 10:00 A.M.: On this Sunday that coincides with Cinco de Mayo, we’ll reflect on immigration as a moral issue through the lens of Mexican immigration into the United States.
May 12th (2nd Sunday), 10:00 A.M. : Lynx Gallucci and P.J. Benedetti will do a program entitled "Legacies from Our Mothers, Spiritual, Emotional, Material". This will be an interactive discussion.
May 14th, Tuesday, 6:30 PM, "Just Books" book discussion group at Lift Bridge Book Shop :Jeremiah’s Hunger by Elizabeth Osta (historical fiction)—local author (and Unitarian Universalist) Elizabeth Osta will be with us to discuss her fictional re-creation of her great-grandparents’ lives in County Cork, Ireland, from the Great Hunger of the 1840s to the journey of their daughter Margaret, the author’s grandmother, to America, forty years later.
May 19th (3rd Sunday), 10:00 A.M.: Rev. Meeker concludes her sermon series on Unitarian Universalism’s first source—direct experience of transcending mystery and wonder—with a look at a variety of spiritual practices.
May 26th (4th Sunday), 10:00 A.M.: Our exploration of interfaith understanding and different faiths continues with five religions that were all born in the 1800s—the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Baha'i Faith, Seventh-Day Adventists, the Church of Christ, Scientist, and Jehovah's Witnesses.
June 11th: Tuesday, 6:30 PM, "Just Books" book discussion group at Lift Bridge Book Shop Mount Allegro: A Memoir of Italian American Life by Jerre Mangione (memoir)—a moving reminiscence of life in a Sicilian community in Rochester in the early 20th century, written in the early 1940s to, as the author put it, “recapture the world from which I had escaped while it was still fresh in my memory.”
All services are open to public
Drivers needed for migrant farm workers to various appointments - contact P.J. Benedetti at 585-683-0918 and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
Helpers needed for Brockport Clothing Center - contact Don Zimmer at 585-395-9449 and or email@example.com
Gatherings are held at the Garland Church, 3723 Sweden Walker Rd. (just south of the intersection of 104 and 260) in Brockport, NY. every Sunday at 10:00 AM. Dress is business casual.
Traditional services are held the first and third Sunday.
An adult educational program is offered on the Second Sunday to which everyone is welcome.
The fourth and fifth Sunday ( when there is one) will be a nontraditional service of some sort.
BUUF welcomes all people regardless of sex, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religious background, income, educational level, or abilities/disabilities.
Untarian Universalist do not have or require a creedal test, and believe in the free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
The Brockport Unitarian Univeralist Fellowship strives to be inclusive and create what Martin Luther King, Jr. called The Beloved Community.
We do share seven principles/values and draw our understandings from six sources which you can learn more about by clicking here.
Contact us or come visit
If you are interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and getting involved in a UU community in Brockport, we want to hear from you.
Karen LoBracco - 585-637-6374
Rev. Peggy Meeker - 585-224-6312 firstname.lastname@example.org
Standing on the Side Of Love web site click here.
Site last updated on: 04/29/13
Featured Videos (Click on link to watch)
Rev. Peggy Meeker, the organizing minister of the Brockport Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, is a wonderful preacher. We are collecting her sermons on line.
Check them out by clicking here.
Asperger's/Autism Tool box - A friend of BUUF manages this web site.
Brockport Federal Credit Union - BUUF is a member of the Brockport Federal Credit Union at 12 Liberty St., Brockport, NY. Members and friends of BUUF are also eligible to open accounts there.
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