Sunday Services

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The Church is returning temporarily to all-virtual worship on Zoom, starting 1/9/2022 and continuing through 2/6/2022

THIS SUNDAY:  Sunday, January 30 at 10:30am, online via Zoom only 

Welcoming the Stranger: First and Second Unitarian Churches Supporting Our Afghan Refugee Neighbors​

Led by congregants and clergy of First and Second Unitarian Churches of Omaha

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

Coming up: Sunday, February 6 at 10:30am, online via Zoom only 

"We Need to Talk About Abortion"

The sermon will be delivered by Rev. Sally Fritsche, Associate Minister for Congregational Life, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Urbana-Champaign, IL. Several years ago. while she was a student at the Harvard Divinity School, Rev. Fritsche delivered a sermon in person at First Unitarian Church at the invitation of Rev. Frank Rivas.

Information for those attending via Zoom:  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 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.orgc

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.