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October 4


According to Henry Van Dyke, “Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those
who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice; but for those
who love,  time is not.” Given all the challenges that push us through time both too
slowly andtoo quickly, what does it take to live joyfully in the present?

Rita Capezzi holds a PhD in English from the University of Pittsburgh and taught at Canisius
College in Buffalo from 1994 until just last May. She is on a leave of absence from the College in order to pursue her MDiv at Meadville Lombard Theological School. Her daughter, Helen Lowry,
is a music major studying voice. Helen's boy friend, Jabari Noel, is a performance major studying classical guitar. They are both seniors at SUNY Fredonia.

October 11

It can be challenging to maintain a connection to hope-- to place our trust there-- but perhaps there are ways we can support that connection. This Sunday we'll explore some of those possibilities.
Rev. Theresa Kime

October 18


What do UU's believe and how does this compare to the theologies of other faiths ?
 How can we sit in the same pew and still hold different beliefs? The fascinating nature
 of our fourth UU principle..all in this sermon .
Susan Frawley

October 25

Grace has been defined as all that comes to us from the wildly generous hand of life beyond our deserving; it’s what supports and upholds us when our resources have come to an end. Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Doug Yeomans will join Rev. Frances Manly in exploring these ideas to a background of “Amazing Grace” and other music, from bluegrass standards to the Beatles’ “Let it Be.”
Rev. Frances Manly and Doug Yeomans

Rev. Frances Manly is Minister Emerita of the First UU Church of Niagara in Niagara Falls, NY. She is currently a member of the UU Church of Buffalo, where she sings in the choir, serves on the worship team, and preaches occasionally.

Doug Yeomans, a member of the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame, plays a hybrid style including blues, bluegrass, rock and roll, and coun-try with influences from jazz and beyond. He performs regularly throughout Western New York in venues ranging from churches to clubs, has toured nationally with Broadway shows, and composed and performed the music for “A Lesson Before Dying” at the Studio Arena Theatre.