|The Day of the Dead, Halloween, Samhain, and All Souls Day are all different cultural invitations into honoring the transition from life to death, of remembering loved ones we have lost. This Sunday we will host a Memory Tree ritual together for our First Sunday worship at 10:30. After, we will host a handful of First Sunday workshops starting at 11:30 – some online, some in person.|
|We hope to see you in person! Masks are required. 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/
|First Sunday Workshops|
“UU History” with Rev Douglas Taylor on zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5749237292
Join us for good stories of our history – including our local UUCB history. Douglas will open the time for others to share a story of our history as well!
12,000 Years of Local Indian History with Dolores Elliott: November is Native American Heritage Month – learn about the long history of our local native peoples from an expert in the field. This video was shown to a SRO crowd at the Broome County Historical Society in January of 2020.
Werewolf with Dylan Cooke: (Room 6-7) – Join in the fun, seasonal (non-scary!) game of “Werewolf”. A hidden roles game for all ages.
“Faith in Action” – Bean Soup Prep with Julie Boyd (Room 6-7): Join us in preparing our traditional wine bottle soup kits, to be sold as a fund-raiser for the Adopt-A-Family holiday program. All ages welcome.