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Why Choose Buffalo Presbyterian Church?
The Buffalo Presbyterian Church
is the oldest organized church society in the city of Buffalo, Minnesota, and was the first church building to be built in the city.  Missionaries from the Synod visited Buffalo as early as the winter of 1867, but it was decided to wait for several years to see how the community would grow.  In November of 1875, eight people from Buffalo formally petitioned the Presbytery Committee on Missions to organize the Buffalo Church, and the first congregational meeting was held on December 27th of that year. On January 7, 1877, the first church building was dedicated in downtown Buffalo.
Since its beginning, Buffalo Presbyterian Church has been a congregation steeped in community outreach and involvement.  It's a warm and friendly place of worship, Christian education and fellowship.  The church endeavors to make the message of salvation through Jesus Christ relevant in today's world and extend God's hand of love to those in need.

Buffalo Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). 
You can learn more about the PC(USA) by visiting their website at http://www.pcusa.org/.

Buffalo Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area. 
You can find out more about the Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area on their website at https://ptcaweb.org/
Buffalo Presbyterian Church is very involved in community activities.
  • Good Friday Service
  • Thanksgiving Service
  • Community Breakfast
  • Maundy Thursday Service
  • Jamaica Mission Trip
  • Buffalo Food Shelf
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive – 2 times per year at our church
  • Love INC.
  • Kiwanis – meets at our church
  • Alcoholics Anonymous – meets at our church
  • Meals on Wheels – BPC delivers during the month of September  

We have great activities within our congregation that also reach out to the community.

The Community of Buffalo, Minnesota

Buffalo, Minnesota is a great community located just Northwest of Minneapolis/Saint Paul.  Here are some websites that will give you better insight as to who we are as a community.

  • The school district is ISD #877 and includes the Buffalo, Hanover and Montrose communities. The website is www.bhmschools.org
  • Buffalo has a weekly newspaper, the Wright County Journal Press, and a weekly flyer called The Drummer. www.thedrummer.com
  • For a good overview of Buffalo, visit the city’s website as well as the Chamber of Commerce website. www.ci.buffalo.mn.us.      www.buffalochamber.org
  • The theatre is alive and well in Buffalo.  A major production is always a great event in the late summer. www.buffalocommunitytheatre.org
  • Buffalo has a number of great health facilities.  We also participated in the national Bounce Back Project, a daily reminder to name things in our day that made us happy.
  • Buffalo has two very comprehensive care centers.  Lake Ridge Care Center offers assisted living, nursing home care, and hospice for end of life care. Their kitchen is where the community gets meals to deliver to shut ins. www.lakeridgecarecenter.org
  • The Buffalo Food Shelf serves the community in many ways. It is open 3 days a week and there are seasonal food baskets distributed at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.   The Food Shelf Board is created by members of all churches in Buffalo.  www.buffalofoodshelf.org
  • Buffalo Churches combine often for community services.  The Thanksgiving Service is held at Zion Lutheran to accommodate a large crowd.   Good Friday also is a community service that rotates among the churches in Buffalo. www.zionbuffalo.org/tag/ministerial-association
  • This Minnesota website gives an overview of the demographics. www.mn.gov/admin/demography