Buffalo Quaker Meeting seeks to exemplify Quaker testimonies through daily life in Western New York. We emphasizes hard work, simple living and generous giving in vibrant community. We are committed to integrity, equality and the peaceful settlement of disputes.
Founded in 1939, our meeting follows the Quaker tradition of an unprogrammed meeting for worship. Participants gather in community and listen in silent expectation for a divine message. We recognize that each person has a unique connection to the Spirit of God and thus do not rely on designated ministers, mandated dogma or a set liturgy. Instead, every participant in the meeting for worship is able to minister as led by the Spirit.
You are welcome here!
Mom had only been gone two months when we went to France, but neither of those obvious reminders of death made me think of her; rather, it was The Tuileries Garden.
There will be a make-up Meeting for Business at 9:15 AM on Sunday, April 22. There will be no potluck meal following Meeting for Worship.
Exploring perspectives to the Quaker practice of sitting in silence at Meeting for Worship.
Due to an ice storm which has created unsafe driving conditions, all April 15th events including meeting for business, meeting for worship and potluck have been canceled.
Each spring Buffalo Meeting sends a delegation to the VOICE Buffalo Annual Awards Banquet.
Buffalo Quaker Meeting, in collaboration with the Center on Conscience & War and Conscience Studio, will be presenting a performance of "This Evil Thing," a one-man play written and performed by acclaimed British actor Michael Mears on Sunday, April 8th beginning at 2:00 pm at the Buffalo History Museum.