This week at UUCB

Activism Literacy: What Progressive Young Adults are Looking For

Young Unitarian Universalist adults ask for certain actions among the greater UU Community. In this service, we will discuss the fundamental premise of this activism as well as strategies for meaningfully engaging in it. 
Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520 
Passcode: 183183
Phone: +1 929 … read more.


  • 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 ...
  • New Link & Password to UUCB’s Services & Social Hour
    Beginning in July, Zoom is imposing new security arrangements for all Zoom meetings.  The connection link for our Sunday services and social hour has changed.  People connecting via phone will have a new meeting ID and they must enter a passcode, which is 183183.  If anyone would like assistance, Jeff Donahue is available for help.  The ...
  • Stewardship: Paying Your Pledge
    From Shawn Steketee: Board members have been receiving questions about how to pay pledges or make donations and where they should be sent. There are several ways you can pay your pledge or make a donation: 1. Mail a check  payable to UUCB at PO Box 1496, Binghamton NY 13902. This is our new PO Box address, ...
  • CLM Update: Communal Benevolence
    What I would like to see more of in our future is communal benevolence.
  • Renovation Update: March 31
    From the Steering Committee: Progress on the renovation continues at a steady, but somewhat slow pace (two steps forward, one step back). We look forward to the day we have a contract signed and work begins in earnest on our building. The asbestos abatement is finished, and by all accounts was performed well. Recent efforts on our building renovation have ...

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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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