Sunday Mornings

NOTICE: Effective 3/12/2020, the church building is closed. Church services and meetings will happen online via Zoom. 
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Sunday, April 18 at 10:30am

“Four Paths of Becoming”

By Rev. Shari Woodbury
The Bhagavad Gita, ancient scripture of India, teaches that there are four paths to illumination. Whatever one’s religious identity, these paths are avenues toward becoming one’s best self and contributing to life. How might the ways of knowledge, action, love, and meditation speak to our lives today?

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

https://zoom.us/j/99486929188

Sunday, April 25 at 10:30am

“Rising Green”

A collaborative service of Omaha UU churches, with Rev. Shari Woodbury
As members of First Unitarian and Second Unitarian join together for a participatory celebration of Earth Day, we continue exploring our April theme of Becoming: the practice of no longer hiding. What might it mean to stop hiding from climate change – and not only work to prevent the worst scenarios of warming, but to create a greener and more joyful way of life?

“Our dreaming shows us the way… rising green to bring a new day.” ~Carolyn McDade, #1068 - Rising Green

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

https://zoom.us/j/99486929188

Sunday, May 2 at 10:30am

"Discovering America Again"

By Rev. Clyde Grubbs

In the fifteenth century Christian Europe asserted the right to conquer and subjugate the non-Christian peoples of Africa and the Americas.  The result was enslavement and genocide of many peoples.  How can we re-discover an America of peace and justice?

More information about our guest speaker: Clyde Grubbs is a Unitarian Universalist minister who served congregations in Indiana, Quebec, Massachusetts, Texas, Florida and California. He is presently serving as Minister at Large of the Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice and Healing.  Clyde honors his Native American heritage (Texas Cherokee) which informs his spiritual understanding and practice, and his anti-racist and anti-oppressive commitment.  He has worked for peace, justice and equality since he was in the Unitarian Universalist youth movement, Liberal Religious Youth. 

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

https://zoom.us/j/99486929188

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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