Faith United Church of Christ Boston, NY

As a local Christian church, we are a welcoming community of everyday people who hold the teachings of Jesus as central to all we do.

We seek to embrace the town, nation and world in which we live in with the love, hope, and goodness of our compassionate and faithful God. Our congregation strives to know God better through the study of scripture, the discernment of the Holy Spirit, and the fellowship of each other as we walk through our life journey. Faith is not only the name of the church but also the way we seek to live out our relationship with Jesus Christ in everyday life. 

God Is Still SpeakingOur church family encompasses the towns of Boston, Springville, Colden, Orchard Park, Hamburg, East Aurora, Eden, Buffalo, Alden, and East Concord. Our hospitality is extended to people of many religious backgrounds including Roman Catholic, Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Anglican, and Lutheran. As a United Church of Christ, serving a multi-generational church community, Faith strives to welcome everyone no matter where they are on their journey of faith.

So welcome to "Faith!" No Matter Where You Are On Life's Journey, Old Friend or a Newcomer You Are Welcome Here.

Christian Education      

Re-cap of September activities

Last month, on Sunday, September 8, we gathered for Rally Day, to kick off the beginning of Sunday school and welcome back the congregation from Summer!  We were so blessed to see so many familiar families and new faces!  Thank you to all our Sunday school teachers, helpers, donors and parents who volunteer make our Sunday school program so wonderful!

On Sunday, September 15 we shared Bring a friend to church day!  Thanks to all who brought a friend to introduce to our church family and building.  A big THANK YOU to all who helped with the ice cream social as we had a great turnout and lots of smiling faces!

Sunday School News

What a blessing our church has in receiving so many children in our Sunday school program each and every year.   It surely is wonderful to have them join us during Worship service when they are able.  Worship service should be a place where both young and old feel welcome and know they belong.  Children play an important role in the life of the church. Hearing the children in church shows that the church is alive and well.  I saw this post on Facebook and thought I would share as we enjoy their little faces each Sunday! 

Rules for children during Worship service:

(from CB Beal,

  • One. If you find that you're sitting in front of a child and they can't see, lean to the side.
  • Two. If the children seated behind you are rustling papers, hand them a crayon.
  • Three. If there is a baby that is crying, offer to take the baby from their parent and walk to the back of the church and rock the child for a while. The parent really needs a break.
  • Four. If the teenagers are whispering give them some Smarties. The rustling and crinkling will replace their whispering.
  • Five. If an adult complains to an usher about the noisy children near them, offer to trade seats with that adult.
  • Six. When a child is running around giving everyone high-fives during the time of passing the peace/greeting your neighbor make sure to give them an extra fun high-five, and then high-five the next five adults that you see.
  • Seven. If a child has worn tap shoes to church and is dancing on the wood portion of the floor, slip the sheet music for "The Entertainer" to the pianist and roll with it.
  • Eight. When the children can't hear because an adult around them won't take off their puffy jacket and it keeps squeaking and distracting the children, offer to help them off with their jacket and go hang it up for them where it goes.
  • Nine. When the three-year-old insists on standing on the front pew turned backwards looking at the rest of the people, give the child a pair of very dark glasses. That will prevent the child from catching any adult's eye, which would lead to distracting them. This will protect the adults who as we know have very short attention spans and are easily distracted.
  • Ten. When a child in front of you is very squirmy, and then they finally turn around and you realize suddenly, "Oh, it's Jesus!" take it in stride and play Got Your Nose till he turns around to the front again.
    (CB Beal, 


Upcoming dates

Sunday October 13 – This morning, during Sunday school class, Trooper Tom will be making a visit to the church with the detection dogs in order to show and explain to the kids the role of these magnificent police dogs! 

Sunday, October 27 – There will be a Sunday school Halloween Party in the Fellowship Hall at 9 am.  Please have your children wear their costumes as they enjoy the morning with games, crafts and fun!  And as always, please bring a friend to enjoy in the festivities.  During the Worship service, there will be a blessing of the costumes by Pastor Ted and the congregation.   After Worship service, there will be our annual Trunk-or-treat in the church parking lot.   This is a great event where the congregation joins in to hand out candy to the kids.   We are looking forward to seeing you all there!


Jennifer McEwan
Sunday School Superintendent 


Worship: Sunday - 10:15 am

Sunday School:  9-10 am 

Emergency Closing Procedures – All Church closings will be posted on Channels 2, 4, & 7 in the case of in-climate weather or other emergencies. If you have any questions regarding this please contact the Office.

Check out Pastor Ted's monthly: "PASTOR'S PONDERINGS"  

We invite you to come and meet our growing community. Worship with us at Faith Church this Sunday!

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Upcoming Events

October 13 - Rev. Dr.. Marsha Williams in worship and leading training after

Oct 27 - Sunday school Halloween party; costume blessing; Trunk or Treat

Nov 3 - Remembrance Sunday

Nov 10 - Veterans Day celebration & coffee hour

Nov 17 - People Church Sunday: Additional Information

Nov 24 - Turkey Soup Day

Nov 27 - Thanksgiving Eve Service 7:00 PM

Dec 7 - Breakfast with Santa

Dec 8 - Women's Support Christmas Advent Service

Dec 15 - Sunday School Christmas pageant and luncheon/coffee hour

Dec 22 - Jesus' Birthday Party during Sunday school

Dec 24 - 7 pm & 10 pm; Christmas Eve Services


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Mission & Outreach

 Oct 6 - Neighbors in Need collection

Oct 14 - 2 pm; Grace for the Journey

Nov - Food Drive collection

Dec 9 - 2 pm; Grace for the Journey

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