The amazing story of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton offers relevant lessons for our contemporary situation as we navigate our way through uncharted and dangerous waters.
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- UUCB Endowment Grant Application Time 2022!It’s time to begin thinking about what you could do with a grant from the UUCB Endowment Committee. With the exception of this past Covid year 2021, a portion of the yearly earnings from our Endowment Fund is made available annually for special projects. Your grant request must further the needs/visions of our congregation and must ...
- Congregational Meeting on Sept 12This meeting will be held immediately following the Sunday service. You can participate either in-person or via Zoom. The purpose of the meeting to approve a proposal to update our audio/visual system in the Sanctuary to improve quality and to support hybrid (in-person and online) services. Here is the resolution we will ...
- Reopening: A Letter from DouglasDear 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 ToursThis 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 ...
- Endowment Committee Meeting
- Wednesday, September 1, 2021 - Wednesday, May 4, 2022 6:45 PM
How Members Describe Us
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.