Volume 9, Issue 2
It was a delight to see so many people in worship with us on Easter Sunday, April 1.
The Holy Week and Easter section has more photos and news.
Mark Your Calendars!
May 6: Open House, Evening Worship Service, and Potluck Dinner
Worship on Sunday, May 6, will be at 4:15pm, since Binghamton’s annual Bridge Run is taking place Sunday morning. There will be NO MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE on May 6. Road closures for the run will cut off all access to our building that morning.
Starting at 2pm, we are delighted to be participating again in the Sacred Sites Open House tour, arranged by PAST (the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier). This is the fifth year of the program, which is part of a statewide promotion organized by the New York Landmarks Conservancy.
24 religious buildings in Binghamton, Johnson City, and Endicott are participating with a mix of organized tours, self-guided tours, some live organ and choral music, and ethnic food and costumes. At UPC, Jean Henssler will be playing organ and is glad to answer questions about it during our open hours.
After worship, join us in fellowship at our potluck dinner. We hope to see you there!
June 10: Outdoor Worship, Congregational Meeting, and All-Church Picnic
Worship on Sunday, June 10, will be at 10:00am at Otsiningo Park (on Bevier Street), and will be followed by the Annual Congregational Meeting and our all-church picnic.
Notice: The United Presbyterian Church of Binghamton, New York, shall hold the second part of its annual Congregational Meeting on Sunday, June 10, immediately following worship, for the purpose of electing the session class of 2020 and the Nominating Committee for the year 2018/19, receiving team and committee reports, and other business not related to finance and budgets that are proper to the consideration of the congregation.
Our mission is to follow Jesus Christ by doing justice, loving kindness, and walking humbly with God.