Upcoming Events

We are beginning to hold some of our programs in a hybrid format, with some gathering in person and others joining via Zoom.


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  • Zoom Sewing Group

    Wednesdays, 10am–1pm

    Sewing Group has resumed meeting in person at church starting at 10am on Wednesdays. At noon, those who can’t join them in person are welcome to Zoom in for their lunchtime social hour. Everyone is welcome; bring your lunch and enjoy the company.


    To join the meeting online: https://upcbgm.org/zoom

    To join on your mobile phone: +16465588656,,8652748433#

    To dial in as a phone call: 646-558-8656, then enter Meeting ID: 865 274 8433 #

  • Zoom Cocktail Hour

    Fridays, 5–6pm

    Bring your beverage of choice and your favorite snacks! We’ll “gather” to share a drink & talk about our week. It would be good to have you with us, to de-stress and laugh together.


    To join the meeting online: https://upcbgm.org/zoom
    To join on your mobile phone: +16465588656,,8652748433#
    To dial in as a phone call: 646-558-8656, then enter Meeting ID: 865 274 8433 #


Programs for the Community

  • We host a free community meal every Tuesday evening that everybody in the community is invited to attend.
  • We provide free personal care/hygiene items to supplement products that cannot be purchased with SNAP benefits.
  • We house the daytime Adult Education (TASC/GED) program operated by the Binghamton City School District, as well as their alternative education site for at-risk high school students.
  • We provide office space for Associates for Training & Development (A4TD), which administers the U.S. Department of Labor’s Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). The SCSEP is a community service and work-based job training program for income-eligible, unemployed job seekers age 55+.
  • We house the Workers Center of the Southern Tier, a grassroots organization focused on promoting dignity and human rights in the workplace.
  • We host two weekly Narcotics Anonymous meetings. NA offers recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle.
  • We house VINES (Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments), an organization committed to developing a sustainable and just community food system through establishment of community gardens, urban agriculture, and community green spaces.

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