This week at UUCB

Beyond Thoughts and Prayers

As we witness violence happen to innocent people from every walk of life how do we as Unitarian Universalists respond? How do we teach the children to live in- between the events? How do we inspire ourselves to live in hope?

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News

  • Summer Services
    Here is a listing of all our 2022 summer services. Check “Upcoming Services” for further information.
  • Annual Congregational Meeting
    Sunday, June 12, 2022 at 11:45 AM (directly following the end of Sunday service) Agenda 1.     Call to Order 2.     Approval of Congregational Meeting Minutes from June 13, 2021 3.     Slate of 2022-2023 officers vote 4.     Resolution from the board on change to UUCB By-Laws for Collector & Pledge Secretary (vote) 5.     Vote on proposed changes to the Endowment Committee By-Laws 6.     ...
  • In-Person Gatherings Policy: April 2022 Update
    On April 28, the UUCB Board of Trustees approved an updated version of the UUCB In-Person Gatherings Policy. This policy strives to be responsive to future changes with three levels of precautions, based on the  the COVID-19 Community Level for Broome County posted on the CDC COVID Data Tracker website. Here is an abbreviated ...
  • 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 ...
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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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