The Meyerists participate in Restitution, atoning for their worst sins of the year. Meanwhile, Mary is pressured to leave The Movement with Sean; and Eddie upsets Sarah's family by bringing back an estranged family member, and he learns the truth about Cal and Sarah.
Guilty over blackmailing members to pay off their debts, Sarah enlists Cal to speak at the World Faith Conference with her. Meanwhile, Eddie has an epiphany about the future of The Movement, and reaches out to another Denier in the family; and Hawk grows closer to Noa.
Cal secretly travels to Los Angeles, fighting for a big donation from Noa's mother Jackie. Sarah visits a dying Brenda, who reveals how disturbing Cal's relationship with Steve was. Richard and Kodiak force Eddie to relive Steve's death in his mind's eye.
After Sarah breaks her agreement with Libby Dekaan, Hawk is arrested for eco-terrorism. While Abe gains Cal's trust, Cal tries to uncover the FBI mole inside The Movement. Eddie & Sarah reconnect in the wake of the threats to their broken family.
Sarah and Cal learn that the FBI is investigating The Movement. Hawk and Noa grow closer, while Mary and Sean deal with challenges to their relationship. After an outburst at the casino with Chloe, Eddie joins a support group for former cult members.
Hawk rejects Eddie as a father figure and turns to Cal instead; political scrutinty of Meyerism increase under Sarah's investigation; Abe's family is hurt by his undercover work; and Kodiak and Richard begin unraveling what happened to Steve.
In the second season premiere, Eddie starts building a life outside of The Movement, but secretly continues seeing Sarah and the kids. Elsewhere: tensions build within the leadership due to Cal's plan to buy a building for the New York City center and Sarah has a surprising revelation about Cal.