|UU musician Jim Scott wrote a song that starts with the line, “May your life be as a song, resounding with the dawn to sing awake the light.” How in today’s world can we greet the day with this kind of courage? It is our intention to wake the glimmer of this song in each of us, each time we meet.|
Rev. Karen Brammer has been a Unitarian Universalist minister since 1998. She has served as minister for congregations in Maine and New York State. Rev Karen also served as Manager of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Green Sanctuary Program from 2012 to 2022, and the UUA’s Congregational Life staff for nine years prior to that. In addition to her dedication to congregational well-being and environmental justice, her passion includes ending systemic oppression in collaboration with Black, Indigenous and People of Color as well as people who identify as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Nonconforming and Transgender.
We hope to see you in person! Our COVID policy has been suspended and masking is now optional.
Online information ..
Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520
Phone: +1 929 205 6099
Order of Service: uubinghamton.org/order-of-service/
UUCB Social Hour
You are invited to join the in-person social hour after the service. We also host a Zoom social hour then. In that session we will take a minute for any special announcements before doing our usual break-out rooms. Same Zoom information as for the service.