Molly Kliment-Jenkins

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 home. I felt (and still feel) like everyone here is intentional about living their UU faith on a daily basis.  And when I had to drag my toddler out of the building kicking and screaming because she didn’t want to leave, I knew we’d found our new spiritual home. Thank goodness they don’t judge! Five years later, she’s still happy to come to church and reminds me if we don’t.