|It takes courage to offer and/or accept forgiveness. And there is more to the work than saying “I’m sorry” and “I forgive you.” We also need acceptance as well as change. All of that takes faith and courage! Join us for an all-congregation worship followed by workshops.|
Join us for these workshops after the Sunday service ..
“Faith in Action – Treats For Our Furry Friends”
with Julie Boyd and Heather Kirkland (Kitchen and children’s classroom):Join us for making dog biscuits and cat toys for the Broome County Humane Society. All ages welcome.
“Notable and Notorious”
with Rev. Douglas Taylor (Chapel and by Zoom): A survey of some of the truly courageous characters in our UU history as well as some of the unsavory ones. Do you have a hero from our UU history? Would you like one?
“Building our UU Discovery Garden”
with DFM Dylan Cooke and Monika
Fridrich (outside playground/garden area): Children are welcome to join us as we continue to work on our UU Discovery Garden project. There will be multiple stations set up, one for rock painting and one for Gaga pit decoration design for next month’s activity. Children who have not completed the stepping stone project from last year will also be given the opportunity to make their personal addition to the Garden.
HeaRTful Conversations Listening Circle: vandalism and hate speech incidents at UUCB
The Healthy Relations Team (HeaRT) will facilitate a listening circle pertaining to the health and safety of our community. Listening Circles draw on the ancient traditions of Talking Circles which bring people together in a safe space so their voices can be heard.
We hope to see you in person! Here is the current in-person gathering policy.
Online information ..
Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520
Phone: +1 929 205 6099
Order of Service: uubinghamton.org/order-of-service/