The United Presbyterian Church of Binghamton is a progressive congregation doing our best to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God (Micah 6:8). We are a community of people questioning, learning, celebrating, connecting, risk taking, creating, and making music and art. We participate in vibrant worship and work together to make our neighborhood, our city, and our world a better place. We strive to be a place of welcome for everyone, from long-time members to first-time guests.
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There will be no Community Meals on October 8, 15, 22, or 29, while we reassess the program and envision how it might look in the future.
If you wish to be involved in the conversation about how best to carry forward this UPC tradition, please contact the church office (firstname.lastname@example.org). We would be glad to have you think with us about new directions for the Community Meal.
Pastor Becky was interviewed as part of a special news report on WSKG public radio, “The Hustle: Poverty in Motion.” The program highlighted the difficulties faced by the poor and explored possible solutions. Click to listen to the report online.
Pastor Kimberly spoke with the Press & Sun-Bulletin about our Tiffany mosaics and stained glass. Click to view the video.
statement regarding our participation in the 2019 LUMA
Festival can be found here.