Sunday Services


To submit a Joy or Concern to be shared in worship, click here.

 

Sunday, October 2 at 10:30am, in-person with social distancing or online via YouTube

"Bearing Witness to Niskithe and the Sacred Inipi Rite"

With Douglas Lee-Regier 

We bear witness to the local indigenous people and advocate in solidarity with their right to practice their sacred practices. We hear their story and acknowledge their work to protect their sacred Inipi ceremonies and sacred land.

YouTube page for livestream:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg3uthKVVYfWS55zpRTv8LA
(then click on the livestream for that day's date)

In-person attendance:  Masks are STRONGLY encouraged. Social distancing is required inside the church building on Sundays. 

Childcare is offered during our Sunday services for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.  Elementary and middle/high Sunday School classes begin after the Time for All Ages portion of our service. Children of all ages are always welcome to attend the full service with their families in our sanctuary.

Our October Share the Plate recipient is our Sister Church Clair Cares Food Pantry. Click here to donate directly. 


Learn how to use YouTube to attend Sunday services with Oliver Coffman, our AV Technology Coordinator. He's recorded an easy to follow how-to video. Click here.

Coming Up...

Sunday, October 9, in-person with social distancing or online via YouTube

“Up from the Abyss”

By Rev. Shari Woodbury

 

The pandemic years have brought an uptick of depression and desolation. How does one find their way up from an abyss of emotion, or out of a dark night of the soul?  What blessings might lie on the other side?  This service offers encouragement for those who need support to get through it. Pianist J. Gawf and cellist Greg Clinton from the Omaha Symphony offer special music.

Land Acknowledgment: We acknowledge and honor that where we meet for worship as the First Unitarian Church of Omaha is the land of the Omaha / Oto Nations. And that Indigenous people in the greater community have become marginalized and made invisible.

May we recognize their presence among us and work with them to resolve the issues of poverty, displaced children and Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women, the MMIW.