The parent & youth meeting will be Wednesday, August 29th at 7 p.m. at First Unitarian. Join in fun, fellowship, and faith development at the YRUU (Young Religious Unitarian Universalists) youth group! Second Unitarian youth 7th grade to 12th grade join First Unitarian youth for YRUU.
Thanks to our wonderful Second Unitarian volunteers Saturday (July 28) at the Habitat for Humanity Home Build: David Johnson, Carla/bill Kuhn, Larry Kurtz, Kael Sagheer, Mary Anna Anderson & myself. Despite some morning rain showers, we were able to stay pretty dry since we were building walls in the basement … Continued
Each year Omaha Together One Community (OTOC) encourages member congregations to hold house meetings to learn about the challenges that families and individuals are facing in their lives. How have house meetings helped Omaha families? Some of the issues that OTOC successfully addressed after previous house-meeting feedback include: Shutting down the coal power plant in Omaha … Continued
Our August Share the Plate recipient is Youth Emergency Services (YES). Each night, hundreds of youth in the Omaha metro are homeless. Many of these youth have been abused, making it unsafe for them to return home. Many others are facing health, mental health, and substance abuse issues beyond their control. Without proper support and … Continued
There will be no Religious Education in the month of August. Childcare will be available for our younger members.
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Sponsored by the Membership Committee, please join others from Second Unitarian for lunch after the service! We will depart the church at 11:45 for McAllister’s Deli at 12405 West Center Road. They have a large menu of sandwiches, salads and soups that everyone can purchase. Even if you would like a drink or snack only … Continued
This is from the many donations and an hourly prize that we received courtesy of Omaha Steaks. Thank you to everyone who supported us!
Habitat for Humanity of Omaha is a grassroots organization that builds and renovates houses, forges community partnerships and breaks down barriers to home ownership. How are these homes built or renovated? Through volunteers like you and me – folks 16 or older who may or may not have construction skills. Additionally, families participating in the … Continued
Join us on Saturday, July 21st from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Come One, Come All. Come for a while or Come to stay for all. Bring your favorite game or Play ours. Games for all ages, so come and have fun. We’ll see you there! If you like, bring a snack to share. Fellowship will … Continued