Second Unitarian Front DoorWe are a welcoming, non-creedal Unitarian Universalist church…

•   where you can be in authentic relationship with others.

•   where you can find compassionate beloved community and a shared commitment to change the world through acts of love and justice.

•   where you can be transformed through our vibrant worship, our small group ministry, and our religious growth and learning programs.

 

We invite you to join us as we strive to be authentic, compassionate, and transformative
in our lives, in our faith, and in the world.

Sunday Mornings

People from all over Omaha and the surrounding region participate in our Sunday services and children’s religious education, both of which draw from many world faiths as well as contemporary wisdom.

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Worship 10:00 a.m.
Learn about our:    Worship          Minister          Upcoming Services          Sermons

Children’s Religious Education 10:00 a.m.
Children age four and up learn through hands-on activities and can also participate in monthly Service Learning Projects in the community. Nursery childcare is offered for children up through age three during services. More

Congregants enjoying coffee fellowship following worship serviceFellowship and Refreshments 11:00 a.m.
Please join us for coffee, snacks and the opportunity to visit with our members following worship services.

Beyond Sundays

Explore our website to learn how we worship, learn, seek justice, connect, and give. Be sure to click the News and Events tab above to learn of  events and activities you can become involved in throughout the week. We hope you will visit us soon.

  • SOCIAL JUSTICE ALERT!

    Brenda Council, Women’s Fund of Omaha (a recent Share the Plate recipient), has asked members of Second Unitarian Church to support the updating of the comprehensive sex education curriculum in Omaha Public Schools (OPS).  She explained the benefits and need of making changes to the Human Growth and Development curriculum when she attended our church service.  As you […]

  • Lifespan Religious Education Participant Survey

    We would love your feedback on the classes we’ve offered this year! Here is a link that will take you to a very short online survey: please fill it out to let us know what your experience was like and how to improve it. This is for ALL AGES (Adult through Pre-K).

  • Join us at the 2U Great Parent Escape

    Join us for a parent group grill-out/potluck on: Saturday, May 21 at 4 pm  At our host’s home near 108th & Fort. Our hosts will provide bratwursts, a side and non-alcoholic beverages.  Please bring a side or a dessert to share and a drink of your choice.  We will have FREE  child care at Second Unitarian (drop off  […]

  • Help OTOC Identify Key Issues

     Help set OTOC’s (Omaha Together One Community) focus for the next 18 months. Saturday, May 14, from 9 am to noon at St. Pius X Parish Center. Attendees will identify issues and non-partisan strategies to pursue during this election year and beyond. Second Unitarian is a founding member of this congregation-based community organization. For more […]

  • Retirees Group

    Please join us Tuesday, May 10th at 1:00 to learn about Volunteers Assisting Seniors. The mission of VAS is “to simplify the lives of seniors by enabling them to make informed decisions regarding their benefits.” The presentation will describe services offered by the organization and   describe how to access their services. Retirees Group meets monthly […]

  • May Share the Plate – Whispering Roots

    One half of Second Unitarian’s offering received in May will go to Whispering Roots. Whispering Roots  provides fresh, locally grown, food for socially and economically disadvantaged communities. In addition, their cutting edge school programs teach science, technology, engineering and math by using “Hands On” experiential learning. To find out about more about Whispering Roots, visit […]

  • Holland Lecture Series Event on May 11th

    Dr. Naomi Oreskes will be at the Holland Center to lecture on the  challenge of climate change and scientists who continue to deny that climate change is a problem. Dr. Naomi is a professor of the History of Science and Affiliated professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. Her book, Merchants of Doubt, […]

  • UU Heritage Class

    The Heritage Class continues: 7 pm Thursday April 28th (This is a repeat of the first class, in case you missed it!) 7 pm Wednesday May 4th 7 pm Thursday May 12th 7 pm Wednesday May 18th 7 pm Wednesday May 25th  

  • In the Interim – March

    Change is coming. Spring is on the way. The weather is beginning to change and we hope that it will steadily get warmer and brighter. Gary Emenitove, Second Unitarian’s Office Administrator of seven years will be leaving 2U on March 3. He has done such an excellent job for the church and helped all of […]

  • In the Interim – February

    Our Office Administrator of seven years, Gary Emenitove, is leaving his position at Second Unitarian on March 3. While we will hate to see him go, we also will think with gratitude for the work that he has given to the church these many years, and know that his decision is the right thing for […]

  • In the Interim – January

    I came across a TED talk on YouTube that I’d heard before in my training as an Interim Minister, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie a young Nigerian novelist. It is called, “The Danger of a Single Story.” Adichie relates the story of growing up in a middle-class family in Nigeria and having only English (British) stories […]

  • In the Interim – December

    The holidays are a time of friends, family, feasting, travel, gifts….and difficult conversations. At least for some of us. Growing up, I remember how tense Thanksgiving and Christmas family gatherings were when my father and brother-in-law would argue about politics. Perhaps this happens in your family too, especially with so much going on in the […]

Worship With Us
This Sunday

Sunday Services at 10:00 a.m.
Fellowship/Refreshments 11:00 a.m.


May 29, 2016:

Flash Wisdom: My Story and This Church
Rev. Sarah Voss

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Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

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