Sunday Services

NOTICE: Effective 3/12/2020, the church building is closed. Church services and meetings will happen online via Zoom. 
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Sunday, Nov. 22 at 10:30am online

"Greetings and Thanks to the Earth"

with Rev. Shari Woodbury
How can we heal our relationship to nature? In every season, including this time of harvest, let us remember the plentiful blessings of the earth, and reaffirm a relationship of reciprocity with the land that sustains us. Drawing inspiration from images of nature, poetry, and from the “Greetings to the Natural World” of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address, together we will celebrate the interdependent web of life of which we are a part. We will also mark Transgender Day of Remembrance.

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The Zoom event link is the same one we use every Sunday: 

https://zoom.us/j/99486929188
Meeting ID: 994 8692 9188

Sunday, Nov. 29 at 10:30am online

“Healing”

With three members of the congregation

Three members of our congregation who are active in First Unitarian Soul Matters groups speak from their own experience about this month’s theme.

Join in on the Zoom service and listen as they speak from the heart about healing, drawing from their own experiences, or favorite readings and stories.  

The Zoom event link is the same one we use every Sunday: 

https://zoom.us/j/99486929188
Meeting ID: 994 8692 9188

Sunday, December 6 at 10:30am online

with Rev. Oscar Sinclair

As we begin exploring our December theme of Stillness, join us for a message from Rev. Sinclair. He serves as the settled minister at the Unitarian Church of Lincoln, and is swapping pulpits with our minister this Sunday – one way to build connections across area UU congregations.

The Zoom event link is the same one we use every Sunday: 

https://zoom.us/j/99486929188
Meeting ID: 994 8692 9188

Please arrive to the Zoom event 5-10 minutes early. We will be using the Zoom waiting room feature to screen out any uninvited intruders. Please be sure that you put your first and last name as the Zoom username so the host will know that you are someone who should be allowed in. If you need the dial-in instructions, please email MTC@firstuuomaha.org and include your phone number so we can send you the Zoom number and access code, and let the host know your number belongs to an invited guest.

Need help with Zoom? Email zoomhelp@firstuuomaha.org 

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