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 Sunday Mornings

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

Worship begins at 10:30am and typically runs 60-75 minutes.


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Worried about virus exposure?  Masking provides effective protection to the wearer and masking is always welcomed at church. (It is not required.)  Complimentary surgical masks are available. For the highest protection, bring your own N95 or KN95 mask. Another option is to join in worship via YouTube. The church's COVID Task Force encourages everyone to keep up with vaccines and boosters. (Need a ride?  Email

Visitors are invited to fill out a Visitor Form to get on our e-list and learn more.

Learn how to use YouTube to attend Sunday services  with an easy to follow how-to video. Click here.

This Week:

Sunday, June 16 at 10:30am, in person or online via Youtube

"Do Good with Math" 

By Rev. Dr. Sarah Voss

The Rev. Dr. Sarah Voss, our affiliated community minister, will be in the pulpit this day. At Rev. Shari’s suggestion, she will “do something around her new book, Math Mystic’s Guide to Creative Spirituality.”  Afterwards, in the Common Room, she’ll have books available for buying and signing.   

Sunday School Info: This summer, our Elementary Sunday School class (K-5th grade) will be exploring LEGO® ValUUes, a LEGO®-Centered & Experiential Curriculum on Unitarian Universalist Values. They will meet in the classroom for the full hour, beginning at 10:30. [Please note that children of all ages are also always welcome to attend the worship service with their families].


Our Middle/High Sunday School class will take a break from their regularly scheduled Sunday morning classes from June 9 - Aug 11, and meet a few times throughout the summer for special activities (dates TBD). Watch your email for more details, or contact if you need to be added to our Mid/High School families contact list. 

YouTube page for livestream:

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The Order of Service may be downloaded on Sunday morning.

Our Share the Plate recipient for the month of June is Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG).  Founded in 1973, PFLAG is the first and largest organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and advocating for LGBTQ+ people and their families. Click here to donate.  

Coming Up...

Sunday, June 23 at 10:30am, in person or online via Youtube

GA Closing Worship Service: "Weaving Our Lives" With Rev. Molly Housh Gordon

This General Assembly worship service will be streamed to our sanctuary and to our YouTube channel. Information about the service:   We are all tangled up together in a great web of life that is woven with beauty and hardship, love and loss, thriving and struggle. How do we tend well to the weaving so that all of us are held in care? Rev. Molly Housh Gordon will be joined by Violet Vonder Haar, Jamila Bachelder, Rev. Leon Dunkely, Rev. Eric Kaminetsky, Rev. Joan Javier-Duvall, Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long, Rev. Aaron Wisman, Rev. Sadie Lansdale, and Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan.


After Sunday morning, the recording may be viewed directly on the GA page here. It will not be posted on First Unitarian's YouTube channel.

Sunday, June 30 at 10:30am in person or online via Youtube

Brunch Church

We will meet in the Common Room instead of the Sanctuary and have a connected service while enjoying some food together.  You may choose to mingle on round tables and family seating will also be available. The nursery will be open for families, children are invited to participate how they need. 
The Brunch Church team will be offering an oatmeal bar, egg casseroles, a selection of fruit and a special kid's table with frozen waffles.  To help us plan please let us know how many people we are expecting. Go here to RSVP:

Sunday, July 7 at 10:30am in person or online via Youtube

"Shattered Souls: About Moral Injury"

By Melissa Gibson, Seminarian & Membership Coordinator

Moral injury is a fairly new term, but it's a tale as old as humanity. What happens when everything we thought we knew to be true and good is shattered? Join Melissa Gibson, First Unitarian's membership coordinator and seminarian at Starr King School for the Ministry, for our Sunday worship service on July 7  to explore the role moral injury plays in our society.




Land Acknowledgment

It is appropriate to acknowledge that the First Unitarian Church of Omaha occupies the traditional treaty lands of the Omaha and Otoe-Missouria Tribal Nations whose sovereignty existed long before the state of Nebraska. We would also like to express our respect to the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, the Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska, and over 170 other tribes represented within the Omaha area

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