Students! The Newman Center at UB offers a FREE home-cooked dinner on Wednesday nights during the academic year. This is an opportunity for food, fun, and fellowship. We’re looking forward to seeing you. Bring a friend!
Wednesday, December 6 is the last dinner of the semester! The menu will be:
Roast Beef on Weck. Plus, our famous Mashed Potato Bar with: bacon, sour cream, shredded cheese, gravy, and whipped butter… a side of corn along with a chef salad. AND… assorted desserts.
Vegetarian option: Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms.
Don’t miss it! Starts at 6:00 p.m.
Fall 2023 Dinner Calendar
- September 13, 20, 27
- October 4, 18, 25
- November 8, 15, 29
- December 6
A Morning with Santa!
- Pictures with Santa
- Muffins, fruit, juice & coffee
- Face painting, cookie decorating
Saturday, December 9
9 to 11 a.m.
Tickets $5. Children under 3 are free!
Thanks to all of you who have been members of the Split Club this past year. The new Split Club begins in November. The money raised stays entirely with the Newman Center to support its mission.
The cost of membership remains at $200. It includes one ticket to the May 23rd banquet, a value of $45. Every month from November through April, there will be a drawing at the Newman Center on the last Sunday of the month. $1,200 in prizes are awarded at each drawing, with 16 chances to win $50 and 4 chances to win $100. In addition, an early bird drawing for $500 will be drawn on December 17th. All paid members as of that date will be eligible for this drawing. Finally, at the banquet, there will be drawings totaling $2,500 in prizes.
To join, you can either pay by check or purchase online.
1. Pay by check made out the Newman Center Split Club.
Download, print and complete the PDF form. Then, either drop it in the collection basket (in an envelope) — or mail it to Newman Center Split Club, 495 Skinnersville Rd. Amherst 14228. DOWNLOAD APPLICATION
2. Pay online. Fill out the form below and then complete your application by paying online.
Split Club Form
If you will be away during the winter months and would like to provide a second address please do so in the comments box below, including your away-start and end dates.
It is our commitment to do what we can to help the Newman Center grow and flourish as we move forward. We thank you for your generosity.
Our unique style and schedule can be confusing to those who are visiting or are new to the community. To address this issue, the published times of our Masses are going to change to reflect the realities of Newman Time. Saturday’s vigil Mass will now be published as 5:15 PM and our Sunday morning Masses will now be published as 9:15 and 10:45 AM. We will also reference in our publication 5 PM, 9 and 10:30 AM as Newman Gathering Time.
We hope that those who had expressed concern about Newman Time will recognize that your concerns were heard and acted upon. And, please note – for those of us used to Newman Time – nothing is changing.
+ Homeless Ministry is now collecting travel sizes for these items: socks, tissues, deodorant, razors, body wash, mouthwash, Chapstick, hand sanitizer/wipes, toothbrushes, and toothpaste. Please drop off in the box in lobby.
+ The Debbie Brown Pizza Fund is ongoing, if you wish to donate, please place your donation in the container in the front lobby, we appreciate your generosity always!
The Newman Center Men’s Club has partnered with Bottle & Can Retrieval Centers to help us out with our fundraising.
You can drop off your recyclable bottles & cans at any of the Retrieval Centers listed below. Please mark your donation for the Newman Center Men’s Club so our account can be credited.
In addition, we have placed a drop-off barrel in the rear parking lot at the Newman Center. It is located adjacent to the paper recycling bins by the shed in the back of the lot.
|Clean Loop Recycling, LLC|
88 Botsford Place
Buffalo, NY 14216
|Integrity Bottle & Can|
2788–2790 Sheridan Dr.
Tonawanda, NY 14150
|Main Street Bottle & Can|
9870 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031
|North French Bottle & Can|
600 North French Road
Amherst, NY 14228
Tonawanda Bottle & Can
1942 Colvin Blvd
Tonawanda, NY 14150
|Cash For Cans|
Bottle & Can
123 Broad Street
Tonawanda, NY 14150
All are Welcome!
at the UB Newman Center
For pastoral needs, call
Fr. Paul at 716-713-1079 or Dcn. Mike at 716-200-7262.
Whether prospective or incoming or returning, we are thrilled to welcome you to the University at Buffalo and the UB Newman Center!
We here at the Newman Center feel privileged for the opportunity to walk alongside you during your time at UB and share with you celebrations of the Word, sacraments, prayer, community, and so much more.
The Newman Center often acts as a “home away from home” for students. We offer a warm, welcoming environment for growing in faith, as well as a dynamic community that relishes in sharing time and energy with one another and with students.
During your years at UB we will listen, teach, support, and challenge as you:
- Clarify values in a time of exploration
- Build a sense of Catholic identity and understanding through education, reflection, and discussion
- Are formed into leaders in the world and for the Church through service and empowerment.
At Newman, “all are welcome”! We truly look forward to welcoming you into our community.
STUDENTS: Please visit our Campus Ministry page for more student information.
There are two ways to register with the Newman Center at UB:
- Download the Parish Registration Form PDF, fill it out, and drop it off at Mass.
- Or… you can fill out the online form below. After you submit it, we’ll contact you to get the rest of your details.
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