We first attended Second Unitarian after 20 years of no church. We had been raised in Catholic and evangelical Christian churches but were looking for a more open-minded church for our children, who were ages 9 and 4 at the time. Our children have since grown into young … read more.
When we moved back to Omaha with our two-and-a-half-year-old, we left a UU congregation that she dearly loved and we were heavily involved in. On my first visit to Second Unitarian, I immediately felt that same closeness that I had felt at my old spiritual … read more.
I traversed a road through a labyrinth of sorrow to the ultimate joy of Second Unitarian Church. During my wife, Jane’s, hospitalization before her death, Rev. Sarah Gettie McNeill was the chaplain assigned to her area of the hospital. As we got to know Sarah … read more.
When we moved here from Seattle with our two-year-old daughter in 2010, we wanted a community that shared our values of social justice, freedom of thought, and inclusion. We found all that and more at Second Unitarian. We felt instantly welcomed and knew we wanted … read more.
I needed a group that was intellectually stimulating and encouraged critical thinking.
I wanted an opportunity for social activism and connections to others doing good work in the community.
I craved teaching that inspired ethics without dogma or doctrine.
I sought a caring community that welcomed me how … read more.