Outside Organizations

Tabernacle UMC is not only a place of worship, but it also houses various non-profit and for profit organizations to better our community. See the list below of the current occupants at Tabernacle:

The Healing House: A peer-supported community organization helping adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse on their paths to recovery.

Extra Gentle Yoga Classes: For more information contact Narani O’ Shaughnessy at 917-692-9340.

Music & Movement Classes for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers: Elizabeth Duhr-Ramirez, a trained classical singer, voice teacher, and preschool music teacher, holds weekly music classes for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.  Click here for more information.

NA Groups: There is a women’s NA group on Tuesday evenings and a men’s NA group on Saturday evenings. Please call TUMC office for more information or click here.

AA It’s a Journey: Alcoholics Anonymous is a program of a new way of life without alcohol, a program that is working successfully for millions of men and women throughout the world, and in all walks of life. The experience of A.A. members is that alcoholism is a progressive disease that cannot be cured, but which can be arrested — by staying away from the first drink, one day at a time.

Binghamton Farm share: Join Farm Share to make a season-long agreement with a local farmer, who provides a box or “share” of vegetables each week. Click here for more information.

Christian Community Jehova Nisi Church Svc: This Hispanic community church is located at Tabernacle with Pastors Ramon & Herlly Cardona. Please call TUMC office for more information or click here.

Downtown Singers: Their Mission is to provide, in a community setting, New York southern-tier and Pennsylvania northern-tier residents the opportunity to learn and perform master choral works, without regard to musical ability, welcoming and encouraging all who desire to sing; no audition is required

Truth Pharm: A national advocacy non-profit organization, working to raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with substance use disorders, and advocating for policy change to improve treatment options.