183 Riverside DriveBinghamton, NY 13905Beginning January 2020, we will be in our temporary home while the building is under construction:
United Presbyterian Church
42 Chenango St., Binghamton
Office hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, closed Wednesdays
Adult Programs: email@example.com Provides the congregation and community with educational programs throughout the year. Programs may be of a spiritual, cultural, or ethical nature
Board of Trustees:firstname.lastname@example.org Meets monthly to set policy, further the mission and vision of the congregation, and ensure the financial sustainability of the institution.
Capital Campaign Steering Committee: email@example.com Coordinates and oversees our building renovation project. Responsible for obtaining feedback from the congregation and providing ongoing communication of our progress to the congregation.
Caring Team:firstname.lastname@example.org Reaches out to members of the congregation and provides help in times of need. Also provides refreshments for memorial services if requested.
Communications Technology:email@example.com Our IT department responsible for all of the technology (both hardware and software) associated with our communications
Endowment Committee:firstname.lastname@example.org Charged with the stewardship of the congregation’s Endowment. It is responsible for the raising, administration and disbursement of Endowment funds. More ..
Family Ministry:email@example.com Works with the Director of Family Ministry to develop vibrant and meaningful UU education for all ages.
Fellowship Fun:firstname.lastname@example.org Schedules potlucks, Dining for Dollars, Game night and other fun events!
Finance:email@example.com Performs all banking and accounting functions. Considers/ makes recommendations to the Board about budgeting.
Green Sanctuary:firstname.lastname@example.org Promotes sustainable living and earth justice for the congregation, our community, and the world. More ..
Leader Development and Resources Committee: email@example.com Committed to encouraging volunteerism as a form of ministry, LDR provides leadership training and resources, and recruits nominees for election at the congregation’s annual meeting. More ..
Membership Committee:firstname.lastname@example.org Works with the Membership Coordinator to insure that visitors, and new attendees, are recognized and given information to help them become engaged with the activities of the congregation.
Personnel Committee:email@example.com Charged with ensuring the fair treatment of all paid staff and carrying out the Board’s responsibilities as an employer.
Program Council:firstname.lastname@example.org Comprised of leaders of each committee, this group plans and coordinates the annual calendar of activities.
Property:email@example.com Dedicated to the care and maintenance of the building and grounds. Called upon for repairs, emergencies, signage, security, pruning, and envisioning future needs.
Rainbow Alliance/PRIDE: firstname.lastname@example.org To foster understanding and support for persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Small Group Ministry:email@example.com Facilitated groups of 6-10 people. Twice monthly meetings foster close personal connections and explore spiritual topics.
Social Action HUUB:firstname.lastname@example.org To alert and educate congregants about issues that affect us locally, nationally, and globally. To inspire congregants to act in ways that will prevent harm, promote justice, and improve the human condition.