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Ronald Knapp

Minister Emeritus

First Unitarian Church of Omaha

HQ Phone:  (402) 345-3039

Email: r***@***.com

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First Unitarian Church of Omaha

3114 Harney Street

Omaha, Nebraska,68131

United States

Company Description

The First Unitarian Church of Omaha has offered a unique approach to religion emphasizing the freedom to explore various spiritual paths, tolerance for diverse ideas, and the use of reason in religion, since its founding in 1869 . We see the religious communit...more

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Employment History

Prairie Star District UUA


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First Unitarian Church of Omaha (NE) : PRISM

www.doyouseedeadpeople.org [cached]

Highlights of Reverend Knapp's ministry include , major renovations, several Sunday morning television broadcasts, the organization of Nebraska Advocates for Nursing Home Residents, and the church's attainment of National Landmark designation.
The 75th anniversary of our building, an historic example of Georgian Revival architecture, was observed. Ron Knapp, now retired, continues to serve First Unitarian Church of Omaha as Minister Emeritus.


kyleknapp.com

Ron Knapp (my Dad), in association with Omaha Metro Area Humanist Association (OMAHA), presents a series of discussions exploring humanistic aspects of literature, hoping to engage Secular and Religious Humanists in a shared literary experience.
Ron Knapp (my Dad), in association with Omaha Metro Area Humanist Association (OMAHA), presents a series of discussions exploring humanistic aspects of literature, hoping to engage Secular and Religious Humanists in a shared literary experience. Ron Knapp (my Dad), in association with Omaha Metro Area Humanist Association (OMAHA), presents a series of discussions exploring humanistic aspects of literature, hoping to engage Secular and Religious Humanists in a shared literary experience. Ron Knapp (my Dad), in association with Omaha Metro Area Humanist Association (OMAHA), presents a series of discussions exploring humanistic aspects of literature, hoping to engage Secular and Religious Humanists in a shared literary experience. Ron Knapp (my Dad), in association with Omaha Metro Area Humanist Association (OMAHA), presents a series of discussions exploring humanistic aspects of literature, hoping to engage Secular and Religious Humanists in a shared literary experience. I've been asked to share a few songs as part of this program to be presented by my father (Ron Knapp, Minister Emeritus of First Unitarian), inspired by the prayers of Albert Szent-Györgyi


First Unitarian Church of Omaha (NE) : PRISM

www.doyouseedeadpeople.org [cached]

Highlights of Reverend Knapp's ministry include , major renovations, several Sunday morning television broadcasts, the organization of Nebraska Advocates for Nursing Home Residents, and the church's attainment of National Landmark designation.
The 75th anniversary of our building, an historic example of Georgian Revival architecture, was observed. Ron Knapp, now retired, continues to serve First Unitarian Church of Omaha as Minister Emeritus.


Jonah: Journey Through the Belly of a Whale

www.siouxcityuu.org [cached]

This story and sermon was delivered by Rev. Ronald Knapp on October 14, 2001.
Jonah: the Story by Rev. Ronald Knapp, Minister Emeritus, First Unitarian Church of Omaha Rev. Ronald Knapp, Minister Emeritus, First Unitarian Church of Omaha The entire content of this talk is copyrighted (© 2001) by Rev. Ronald Knapp. All rights reserved. If you have any questions or comments about this talk, please contact Rev. Ronald Knapp by e-mail.


The Prairie Star: News of People and Congregations | Prairie Star District

www.psduua.org [cached]

Rev. Ron Knapp, Minister Emeritus, First Unitarian Church of Omaha, has written a book MOMENTS In A Life.
It's a memoir of eight decades of exploration/ six decades in the ministry/ six decades of marriage/ five children/ thirteen different homes/ six different states. Published by Outskirts Press http://outskirtspress.com/moments. A signed copy is available from the author for $25.00. Make checks payable to Ron Knapp and send to Ronald Knapp, 9615 Wirt Street, Omaha, NE 68134.


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