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These words written by Dr. King resonate today as deeply as they did when they were published in his 1967 book, Where Do We Go From Here. These are words taken to heart by the duo of Reggie Smith and Greg Greenway as they tour the country with their concert "Deeper Than the Skin: Building Bridges With Music."

On Friday, Jan. 26, 7:00 p.m., join us for this very special concert in the sanctuary of First Congregational Church 30 Main Street, Binghamton. Suggested donation: $20 ($15 students). Read more HERE.





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The mission of The Sophia Center for Spirituality is to serve as a resource for all people and faith communities seeking to deepen their relationship with God. Christian and ecumenical in orientation and founded on the principles of openness and hospitality, the center is a place of welcome for all people seeking support on their spiritual journey. Of special note will be programs based on the contemplative dimensions of Christianity rooted in the traditions of both East and West. The center will offer a diverse menu of services in the areas of faith and spirituality for residents of the Southern Tier and central New York.

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Binghamton location:

  • 4th. Sunday of the month, 6:00 p.m. - Taizé  - Resumes January 28.

Endicott location (719 W. Main St.):

  • ​1st. & 3rd. Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. - Centering Prayer bimonthly practice

"I have decided to stick with love.
Hate is too great a burden to bear."

— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.