The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton is looking to hire a Religious Education Assistant for the 2021-2022 church year, from August 2021 through June of 2022. The person in this role will assist the Interim Assistant Minister, who will lead our Family Ministry Program. This part-time … read more.
Author: Wes Ernsberger
UUCB is presently searching for an Interim Assistant Minister (with a Family Ministry focus)
This is (as of May 2021) a 15-hour position instead of the previously released 30-hour Director of Family Ministry position.
If you may wish to apply for this position, take … read more.
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 … read more.
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 … read more.
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 and send it to … read more.
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 … read more.
The Capital Campaign Steering Committee will be providing Renovation updates at the Monthly First Wednesday Potlucks. The Potlucks are held in the Terrace Room at United Presbyterian at 6:00. Information presented at the meeting on Wednesday March 5th is as follows: … read more.
There will be a congregational meeting in the UPC sanctuary right after the Sunday service. We will vote on whether to approve the installation of a ground source heat pump heating/cooling system as part of our overall renovation project.
Here is the text of the resolution … read more.
On Sunday, January 19 our congregation decided on the scope of the overall renovation project. Now we need to decide what to do about our aging heating system. The Project Committee will be offering two Town Hall meetings at United Presbyterian, one … read more.