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.

Visitor is greeted at the Welcome TableSunday 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.

Worship 9:30 & 11:30
Learn about:
Our Worship
Our Minister
Upcoming Services
Messages from our Minister

Children’s Religious Education
9:30 – Pre-K through Teen
11:30 – Elementary
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 both services. Learn More

Sunday morning coffee hourFellowship and Refreshments 10:30 – 11:15
Please join us for coffee, snacks and the opportunity to visit with our members between 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.

  • OTOC Nights at Urban Abbey

    OTOC (Omaha Together One Community) is sponsoring a series of fun and educational evenings at Urban Abbey Coffee House in the Old Market, 1026 Jackson. Everyone is invited to enjoy food, coffee/tea/hot chocolate, and conversation. A portion of all January’s counter sales and packaged coffee sales will be donated to OTOC as their community partner. […]

  • December Share the Plate: North Omaha Health Clinic & Minister’s Discretionary Fund

    One half of Second Unitarian’s offering received on Sundays in December will go to the North Omaha Area Health (NOAH) Clinic. The NOAH clinic provides care to patients regardless of ability to pay, including helping find sources to fund their care. Services include healthy living and cooking information, health screening, exercise, massage therapy, counseling, and support […]

  • December Service Learning Project

    In December, our congregation is continuing its giving tradition. We will provide gifts to 35 Elders at Pine Ridge Reservation through the Oyate Teca Project. They are looking for similar items as the 100 Item Challenge we did in November, but include gifts seniors might enjoy: • 35 hot cocoa mix packets • 35 candy […]

  • November Teen Movie

    The Second Circle Movie Night will be exploring race relations in the south during the early 1960s and how it relates today by viewing and discussing The Help.   The movie will be shown Sunday, November 16, at 4:30 p.m. Discussion and pizza will immediately follow and will be led by our own Bob Fischbach, movie reviewer […]

  • November Service Learning: The 100 Item Challenge

    The 100 Item Challenge Help Second Unitarian Church make an impact for those living on Pine Ridge in one of the poorest counties in the nation. For our November Service Learning Project, we will be collecting donations. We are working through “Friends of Pine Ridge Reservation,” whose goal is to inform others how to help […]

  • Find Your Inner Leader

    Why should you attend a leadership seminar at Second Unitarian Church? Maybe you’re an established leader at Second Unitarian and want to improve your skills for leading groups. Or maybe you are just embarking on your leadership journey and don’t feel confident of your leadership skills. Or you’re uncertain of your leadership skills and fear […]

  • Religious Education Needs These Items!

    Religious Education is looking for some pretty specific items… If you have any of these things that you’d like to clean out of your house, we’d be glad to take them off your hands! It would also mean more if an item had your touch, your interaction with, rather than an purchase from me. […]

  • Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

    It has been a long-standing tradition here at Second Unitarian to share a Thanksgiving meal the weekend before Thanksgiving Day. This year our Thanksgiving dinner will be on Saturday, November 22, at 6 p.m.  Please bring a salad, vegetable, or dessert that can serve 10-12 people.  Fellowship will provide turkey and beverages. Donation is $5 […]

  • Beginner’s Mind

    Zen Buddhism has a concept called “Beginner’s Mind”. They say, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.” Transitions are a time when our conceptions of what is possible are challenged, either directly or indirectly simply because a change of ministers is occurring. The best question we can […]

  • Surprised by Joy

    Just when life looks the bleakest, sometimes an insight or small act of kindness can restore our faith in our own life. A woman I know was telling me about feeling very down about all the many problems she is juggling and not having time to just breathe and enjoy anything. She decided to take […]

  • In the Interim

    During this first week here at Second Unitarian, I’ve met and shared potluck with many of you. This work requires that we get to know each other pretty quickly – or rather that I get to know you! To that end, I will be making many efforts to meet and speak with you individually or […]

Worship With Us
This Sunday

Services at 9:30 and 11:30 a.m.
Fellowship/Refreshments 10:30-11:15 a.m.

December 21, 2014:

Winter Solstice Service
Rev. Frieda Gillespie & Molly Kliment-Jenkins, DRE

Also Join Us Christmas Eve:
4 p.m. Family Service
6 p.m. Candlelight Service

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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

6654 Main Street
Wonderland, AK 45202
(513) 555-7856