Join us for Sunday Worship
@ 10:00 am.
Church of Binghamton
42 Chenango Street, Binghamton, NY 13901
Office phone # 607-
If you would like to be a part of a supportive faith community as you deal with the stresses of life today, we hope you'll come and visit us. We'll be glad to see you and to welcome you into the care and nurture of our life together.
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You will find us to be a congregation of all sorts of people: young and old, single and married, adults and children, traditional and nontraditional families. We are teachers, secretaries, engineers, homemakers, line workers, retirees. Some are involved in a church for the first time (or the first time in a long time), others are transfers from other denominations, and some are lifelong Presbyterians.
Single Mother Support Group (SMSG)
Journey with us to
· talk with other local single mothers
· engage in personal reflective journal writing
· set personal goals through self awareness activities
· make friends
When: Saturdays Sept. 20 to Nov. 22
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: in UPC’s Library Lounge
Childcare available during the meeting to mothers with children 2 to 10 years old.
Call Jenniffer by Sept. 12 to register: 722-
Second Sunday Youth Fellowship
Second Sundays are back! UPC and Northminster are partnering again for some Youth
Fellowship events on the second Sunday of each month starting in October. All Youth
Sunday, October 12th we will be going to Stoughton Farm to the Corn Maze in Newark Valley.
Prices will be $6.00 per person if we have 15 people or more, $8.00 otherwise. Meet
at UPC at 2:00 or Northminster at 2:30. Trip sign-
Sunday, November 9th we will be making Christmas cards and crafts for our church’s shut ins. We will meet at 2:30. Meeting location to be determined.
Monday Book Study Sept. 15, 22, 29 & Oct. 6
The Heart of Christianity by Marcus Borg, Elder Chris Burger will lead the discussions (Upper Lounge, 2nd Floor)
This book talks about what it means to be a Christian in today’s world. In part one,
Borg focuses on the basics of faith, the Bible, God, and Jesus. In part two, he tackles
some Christian phrases that progressive Christians have shied away from, like “born
again,” “sin,” and “salvation,” and challenges us to reclaim them. In this highly
readable book, Borg helps us shift from the old paradigm of American Christianity
to an emerging compassionate rethinking of the gospel and the essence of Christianity
as a lived faith. Sign-
Order your UPC Gear Today!
Celebrate UPC’s 3rd Anniversary by wearing your gear on Sun, Oct 5.
Submit order form by Sun, Sept. 14
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