We Come: A creative expression of Binghampton United Methodist Church, An original poem by Kory N. Turner, Shalom Intern

July 19, 2014


Sometimes broken, sometimes weary
But we come

Binghampton United Methodist Church

Sharing the value of the human experience
We come

We come bringing our gifts with prayers we lift
Our hearts to one another

Laying aside our titles, moving beyond our age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status,
We come.

We are brothers and sisters in Christ
Striving together to do God’s will

We come
Breaking through the darkness 
Acknowledging the light that’s deep within each of us

Binghampton United Methodist Church

We come
With hearts full of love, forgiveness, reconciliation, and healing

We come and we gather at the table
For a love feast that binds us
Together as one

We come 
So that ALL
Might be able to come

Binghampton United Methodist Church is one of the partners housed at The Commons of Merton.

They worship every Saturday at 4:30pm at 258 N. Merton followed by a community dinner.



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