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OTOC Spring Fundraiser

from Vicki P.and Ruth C. Join OTOC supporters at Kaneko Art Center, 1111 Jones in the Old Market, on Saturday evening, April 13th, for entertainment, appetizers, and eCreamery desserts. The popular silent auction returns with even more treasures to bid on. You can also visit the Human Condition exhibit to find out what it means to be human. See Ruth … Continued

2018 Community Garden Plots

8 available as of March 12th By Larry K. The Community Garden committee is inviting applications for the garden plots located north of the church. The plots are the same as previous years: 8 feet by 8 feet, approximately. The expectations for growers are: The crops are to be grown organically (there is ample amounts … Continued

Looking for Additions to Childcare Staff

Soon we will need to add one or two people to our qualified childcare provider team (whom we are oh so grateful for) … currently, this would be for very random hours. We have some workshops coming up and a group that meets on the third Saturday of the month has determined that they need coverage. … Continued

Possible Website Disruptions Friday, March 15

We will be working on 2uomaha.org website enhancements. This could result in periods of website unavailability. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. -Second Unitarian Technology Team

ADULT FAITH FORMATION – CHURCH SIZE TRANSITION!

Perhaps you’ve wondered at times why religious congregations act as they do – the good, the bad, and the OMG aspects of church life. Believe it or not, a lot of what happens in congregations has to do with your human brain AND with the size of the congregation. Certain ways of doing things track … Continued

March and April Share the Plate: Black Votes Matter Institute

Our Share the Plate partner for the months of March and April is Black Votes Matter Institute which funds and conducts an annual educational tour for 40 Omaha high school students to visit more than 15 Southern civil rights venues. The tour includes the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, where Martin Luther King Jr. was … Continued

Calling all members!

The Nominations and Leadership Development Committee will soon be reaching out to engage people in discussions about serving Second Unitarian Church in a deeply important and fulfilling way. These conversations will focus on church leadership in general, and opportunities to fill positions available for the 2019 – 2020 church year. Each year, two Board positions … Continued

TUUsday Circle for March: Self Driving Cars

All are welcome to TUUsday Circle, March 12th, 1 p.m. –  2 in the Sanctuary. The presentation for this month will be given by Brevan Jorgenson at Technical Consultant at UNO. Brevan’s talk will inform us about Self Driving Cars and is the first in Omaha to have modifications to his vehicle for autonomous driving. … Continued

Stewardship Kickoff Dinner

Saturday, March 2nd at 6 p.m. at Second Unitarian  the Fellowship Committee FELLOWSHIP – FUN – FOOD – FAMILY-FRIENDLY – FESTIVITIES $75 Gift Card Prize Drawing (for those who turn in pledges at or before the dinner) Fun BINGO Chicken and Noodles prepared by Cat Nilsson – Dinner Served at 6 p.m. Coffeehouse Entertainment by … Continued

Ware Lecture

Ware Lecture – Rescheduled for Sunday, March 10th from 2 to 4 p.m. the Board of Trustees   Are you ready to start waking up to the problem of Racism and White Supremacy? Within our congregation and beyond? The Second Unitarian Board of Trustees invites you to join them March 10th from 2 to 4 p.m. for a viewing and … Continued