This week at UUCB

Look Again: The Obvious, Often Unobserved

A common spiritual practice is to be mindfully in the moment, to pay attention, to ‘be here now.’ Equally common is the consequence of our current culture leading us to be obediently unobservant.

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News

  • In-Person Gatherings Policy: December Update
    On December 4, the UUCB Board of Trustees approved an updated version of the UUCB In-Person Gatherings Policy. Here is a summary of the changes relative to the most recent (August) version of this policy: The choir can sing while wearing professional grade masks. Congregants may hum along to brief songs such as the Doxology ...
  • Susquehanna Society
    The Susquehanna Society was founded by the Endowment Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton to recognize people who have contributed to its Endowment or who have expressed a formal commitment to do so.  Just as the Susquehanna River flows on timelessly, so does our Endowment continue to serve our congregation forever.  Contributors to ...
  • Reopening: A Letter from Douglas
    Dear Congregation, Good people, this has been an exhausting year and a half. When the Board voted in March 2020 to shift all meetings and events to online to help ‘flatten the curve’ and prevent the spread of Covid-19, we imagined it might be for a few weeks or at most a few months. In May ...
  • The Stuffies Were Here!
    UUCB Family Ministry recently hosted a stuffed animal sleepover camp right here in our space that is being renovated! Here is the highlights video.
  • Renovation Tours
    This post contains links to three tours — the first two were created by UUCB members and the third tour was created by our architect, Laura Intscher. On December 29, Madeleine Cotts, Eric Cotts, and Douglas Taylor created two virtual tour videos that show how our renovation is looking at this time.  The first video, featuring ...
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A wonderful place to be who you are and connect with others sharing spiritual growth.

A community of people willing to listen to each other and have some fun along the way to a socially just/spiritually tolerant world. ~Joan H.

I see the UU Congregation of Binghamton as warm, caring, supportive, socially conscious, and intellectually curious. ~Toni N.

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