Speaker: Tom Peterson

Tom Peterson serves as a worship associate at Second Unitarian Church of Omaha.

United Nations Day

In celebration of UN Day, the Unitarian Universalist Office at the UN invites congregations and individual UUs to engage with the story of our global Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist faith by deepening their understanding of the United Nations and devoting one service in October to … read more.

Healing the Heart of Democracy

How do we approach the work of crossing the divide that is at the center of our political system? How do we heal the heart of democracy?  Parker J. Palmer posits five habits of the heart that make democracy possible, and point the way toward … read more.

Talking to Trees, Rivers, Ruins and People

Kinnikinnick River, Wisconsin. Mumbai, India. Asheville, North Carolina.

In this journey through mystical experiences, Epiphany Paris reflects on the states of consciousness that create deep listening where we can truly connect with the world and with each other.

Deep Listening – The Ways of Grief

How do we listen to the voices inside us? How do we make space for what needs to be said? This week, Rev. Dr. Terasa Cooley explores these questions in her sermon The Ways of Grief.

Water Communion

Join us via Zoom this Sunday for our non-traditional, traditional Water Communion, as we launch ourselves into the unknown waters of the coming church year.


Holy Now

Inspired by the words and music of Peter Mayer, this week’s sermon asks “What would it mean to live as though everything was holy?”


Prayers of the Earth

“If the only prayer you said in your life was ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” – Meister Eckhart

Anita Jeck, Tom Peterson and Evelyn Turner will lead us through story and homily as we consider prayer as a way to express our gratitude and give our … read more.

Born of Bright Faith

As we close out September’s theme of Expectation, Rev. Gretchen Haley explores the ways expectations are manifested in faith. “Most of us recognize this kind of moment – the hope of finally blossoming after holding our lives tight in a bud… we respond with yes, … read more.

Beware of Domesticated Prophets

Anne Lamott writes, ‘You can safely assume you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.’ Who are today’s prophetic voices calling us to comfort the afflicted and afflict the … read more.