YP - The Real Yellow PagesSM - helps you find the right local businesses to meet your specific needs. Search results are sorted by a combination of factors to give you a set of choices in response to your search criteria. These factors are similar to those you might use to determine which business to select from a local Yellow Pages directory, including proximity to where you are searching, expertise in the specific services or products you need, and comprehensive business information to help evaluate a business's suitability for you. “Preferred” listings, or those with featured website buttons, indicate YP advertisers who directly provide information about their businesses to help consumers make more informed buying decisions. YP advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search results and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search results page.
Churches Places Of Worship in Omaha, NE
1.Spirit Life Assemblies of God Church
4815 Harrison St
Churches & Places of WorshipAssemblies of God ChurchesPentecostal Churches
Spirit Life is a very warm, friendly and caring place - just right for growing in the Lord and making friends!
2.Covenant, Presbyterian Church
15002 Blondo St
Churches & Places of WorshipCovenant ChurchesChristian ChurchesReligious Organizations
To Know Christ and To Make Him Known! Covenant Presbyterian Church has been serving Omaha and the surrounding area since 1893. CPC offers both traditional and contemporary worship services to adhere to individual preferences, as well as preschool programs for 3, 4, and 5 year-old. Our Ministries Include: Life Groups Adult Education Music Ministry Youth Ministry Children's Ministries Senior Ministry Recovery Groups We are committed to connecting, growing and serving Omaha together. Visitors and new members are always welcome! See our website for a full calendar of events.
3.Rejoice! Lutheran Church, ELCA
2556 S 138th St
Churches & Places of WorshipLutheran ChurchesEvangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)Religious Organizations
4.Stony Brook Church
14345 Y St
Churches & Places of WorshipReligious Organizations
11607 M Cir
Churches & Places of WorshipReligious OrganizationsEvangelical ChurchesEvangelical Covenant Churches
Welcome to Brookside Church! We are glad you dropped by to check us out online. We hope your online experience will give you a taste of who we are and why we love this church. We hope to show God's love in such a way that people will exchange ordinary living for an extraordinary life through a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ. As a church family, we are trying to become the kind of church described in the Bible, where there is relevant teaching, heart-felt worship, honest friendships, constant prayer and compassionate care for those in need. We would like to have a contagious faith that will influence and encourage our entire community.
6.Glad Tidings Church
7415 Hickory St
Assemblies of God ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipReligious OrganizationsPentecostal Churches
7.Emmanuel Fellowship Church
8345 Crown Point Ave
Interdenominational ChurchesNon-Denominational ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipReligious Organizations
8.Calvary Chapel West Omaha
4428 S 180th St
Calvary Chapel ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
9.St Paul Lutheran Church
13271 Millard Ave, Omaha, NE, 68137
Lutheran ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
Truly a giving Christian Organization that helps many, including me! Those wondering where to row the seed of giving, this Church is worthy.
10.Good Shepherd Baptist Church
16909 Pacific St
Baptist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipGeneral Baptist ChurchesGeneral Association of Regular Baptist Churches
11.Pacific Springs Assembly-God
17515 Pacific St
Assemblies of God ChurchesPentecostal ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
12.Immaculate Conception Church
2708 S 24th St
Catholic ChurchesReligious OrganizationsChurches & Places of WorshipClergy
ICC is the a parish of the Archdiocese that is under the care of the Fraternity of St. Peter and is a parish where the Traditional Rites are celebrated.
13.St Lukes Lutheran Church
2315 I St
Lutheran ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
Wonderful place. People are friendly and ready to help you. Female Pastor who comes down to the pews to talk to you for her sermon.
14.Calvary Lutheran Church
2941 N 80th St
Lutheran ChurchesReligious OrganizationsChurches & Places of Worship
As a child I remember Cookies & Kool-Aid and wondering why VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL wasn't for the whole summer. Chuck & Karen McKeag made it FUN, unlike other churches where it doesn't seem enjoyable to hear "The Word of the LORD." Now, many years later my youngest daughter is a Sparks in the Awana. They meet every Wednesday night from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. It is so refreshing to hear her tell EVERYONE that on Wednesdays she gets to go to 2 schools. Then from the time I pick her up after school until 6:15 pm all I hear is "How much longer until we leave for Awanas. Is it time yet?" The church is beautiful & the members are also. I have never felt pressured to do anything for the church to benefit from the church. They appreciate anything you give to them or help them with very much. I am not an early bird, so Sunday Morning Services & Sunday School is not my thing. I would suggest that they might have a Saturday Night Service with Kids Saturday School for an option. I would seriously think about driving elders & others who have no transportation, to Saturday Night Services (and Grocery Shopping after Service) for those who are in need. My husband & I had the ability of doing that for my mother & 2 of her friends, until the passing of 2 out of 3 of them just this year. Open your Hearts & Let the Lord in at Calvary Lutheran Church. MMA
15.Church Of Christ-Southwest Omaha
2600 S 124th St
Church of ChristChurches & Places of WorshipReligious Organizations
The Southwest Omaha congregation of the Churches of Christ met for the first time in February 11, 1962. Nine families were present that day at the First Federal Savings and Loan Building in Countryside Village. In early April, a house was rented in the Westgate area on "C" Street. Worship services were conducted in the basement and classes were held in the upstairs area. On April 3,1962, the congregation agreed to purchase 2.26 acres of land at 115th and Center, and planning for a new church building started. By April 1964, average attendance at the new building had reached 90. In June of 1964, Albert Gardner moved to Omaha as the congregation's first located, full-time preacher. In May 1971, nine years after the Southwest church started meeting, the first elders were appointed. Other ministers have been Don Kinney, Bob Taylor, Dean Bryce, and Jim Tenery. In 1982, Tim Pate was hired as the first Outreach Director. In March of 1983, ground was broken for a additional buildings to house classrooms and a large fellowship hall. Those facilities were ready for use by September 1, 1983. At that time the average attendance had reached 250. Nebraska Christian Services, (NCS) a counseling and referral agency for crisis pregnancies, was begun in May 1983 as a fully-supported work of the Southwest church. In addition to duties as Outreach Director, Tim Pate served as the first Director of NCS. The agency was incorporated in December 1985. Support has increased from other congregations and individuals involved with NCS. In the fall of 1985, Greg Clark was hired as Southwest's first youth minister on a part-time basis while completing his college work at U.N.O. In November of 1986, Alan Watson was hired as Outreach Director and Director of NCS. Then, in July 1987, NCS. was licensed by the state of Nebraska as a private adoption agency. Burrel Beck took over as interim director in 1992. In the latter part of 1997, attendance had far outgrown Southwest's facilities. After many months of meetings and decisions, the congregation was prepared to break ground on a new auditorium and fellowship hall at that location. This would mean moving all worship services and church activities to the cramped fellowship hall area or to a temporary location while the work was being completed. Suddenly, God brought a miracle to Southwest. The congregation at Love and Grace Family Church contacted Southwest about the purchase of their facilities at 124th and Center. On February 27th, 1998, Southwest Church of Christ moved into the facilities at 2600 South 124th Street and the congregation of Love & Grace Family Church moved into Southwest's old facilities on 115th and Center. Current areas of ministry at Southwest: Body Life Education Children's Education Kids in Christ Marriage Ministry Operations Outreach Together Groups Worship Youth Ministry Contact us today to learn more. Church Office 2600 South 124th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68144 (402) 333-6536 (402) 697-1934 FAX E-mail Jim White - Pulpit Minister: firstname.lastname@example.org Franklin Wood - Youth Minister: email@example.com Patty Coffman - Administrative Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
16.First Covenant Church
201 N 90th St
Covenant ChurchesEvangelical Covenant ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipEvangelical Churches
17.Faith Christian Church
2201 S 132nd St
Churches & Places of WorshipDisciples of Christ ChurchesBaptist ChurchesGeneral Baptist Churches
18.Believers Bible Church
11213 Bel Air Dr
Bible ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational Churches
19.Ambassadors Worship Center
5417 N 103rd St
Churches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational ChurchesNon-Denominational ChurchesEvangelical Covenant Churches
20.West Hills Church
3015 S 82nd Ave
Churches & Places of WorshipPresbyterian Church (USA)ClergyReligious Organizations
Welcome to West Hills Church! West Hills Church is a Presbyterian church in Omaha, Nebraska. Since inception, we have sought to provide a faith-based community dedicated to spiritual development and worship, as well as outreach to Omaha, NE. Our services include: * Worship * Children's Ministry * Youth Ministry * Mission We believe that God has a "mission purpose" for every church in the world today. It does not begin at our door step as we leave our building, but instead, begins in every moment of worship, in every program of ministry and in every heart God touches. Come worship with us through timeless hymns and praise elevated to a fresh worship experience! Whether you are new to the Presbyterian Church or a long time member, we welcome to join us as we engage worship, spiritual development, and fellowship with our growing community. Call today for more information! A mission church with timeless hymns and praise elevated to a fresh worship experience.
21.Dundee Presbyterian Church
5312 Underwood Ave
Churches & Places of WorshipPresbyterian ChurchesReligious Organizations
We're a congregation with a rich history, a biblical vision for the future, and a strong faith in Christ. As a multigenerational church we offer opportunities for people of all ages and stages of life. Come as you are, but also come expecting to grow. Our Vision: Everyone experiencing the love of Jesus Christ together: Everyone a Caregiver (John 13:34), Everyone a Disciple Maker (Matthew 28:19), Everyone a Missionary (Acts 1:8) What We Believe: Scripture Alone (Sola Scriptura) This declaration affirms that the Bible is authoritative as God's revealed word to humankind. For the Glory of God Alone (Soli Deo Gloria) When it comes to understanding the "why" of life, we believe that everything in creation, including ourselves, exists to know, celebrate, and honor how great God is. By the Work of Christ Alone (Solo Christo) There is no other mediator between God and humankind other than Jesus. We believe that it is through Jesus alone, through his death and resurrection on the cross, that we have the opportunity to approach God and enjoy God's love. By Grace Alone (Solo Gratia) We believe doing good works definitely has its place, but with this statement Reformed Theology declares that access to God isn't achieved through works, but through God choosing to show favor toward us out of God's mercy and grace. Our efforts and works then become our ongoing thank you note. By Faith Alone (Sola Fide) The Bible teaches that a relationship with God is free to those who seek it. Jesus has already paid the price for us. The love of God is available to us simply through faith-a combination of belief and trust.
22.St Wenceslaus Church
15353 Pacific St
Catholic ChurchesTraditional Catholic ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipReligious General Interest Schools
St. Wenceslaus School serves students in grades kindergarten through eight and provides a variety of educational programs and sports activities. The school provides programs in language arts, English, business, religious studies, computers, mathematics, physical education and social studies. Its library offers a variety of printed and electronic resources, including books, magazines and a reference database. St. Wenceslaus School provides various after school care programs that include board games, cards, art projects, gymnastics and outdoors activities and also serves snacks to students. Its extracurricular activities include baseball, basketball, volleyball, football, track and field, soccer, speech club and bowtique. The school additionally provides programs in music, Spanish, art, reading, writing and phonetics. St. Wenceslaus School is located in Omaha, N.E.
23.StoneBridge Christian Church
15801 Butler Ave
Interdenominational ChurchesPreschools & KindergartenYouth Organizations & CentersChristian Churches
We are StoneBridge Christian Church and we exist to Share Christ and Build Believers.
24.Assumption Ukrainian Church
1513 Martha St
Ukrainian Catholic ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipCatholic ChurchesReligious Organizations
25.Harvey Oaks Baptist Church
14515 Harvey Oaks Ave
Religious OrganizationsChurches & Places of WorshipBaptist ChurchesGeneral Baptist Churches
26.Harvest Community Church
3903 Cuming St
Presbyterian ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipPresbyterian Church in America
Our Ministries: Harvest is a Midtown church with compassion for the lost, a heart for the ministries of mercy and justice, and a commitment to racial and cultural reconciliation and the edification of God's people, young and old. Our Leadership: We are presbyterian ( ruled by elders ) in church government and are a member of the Presbyterian Church in America. While you are visiting our website we would encourage you to read and perhaps tell us your story and find out more about, our ministries, and anything else you may be interested in. We would love to see you at one of our services and to answer any questions you may have.
27.Hope Lutheran Church
2723 N 30th St
Lutheran ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipLutheran Church Missouri Synod
28.First Christian Church
6630 Dodge St
Disciples of Christ ChurchesChristian ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational Churches
29.Celebration Covenant Church
16868 Giles Rd
Evangelical Covenant ChurchesEvangelical ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
In 1999, Doug and Cyndi Ferguson and their family were pondering and praying about their next ministry assignment. While in a meeting in California in early 1999, Doug sensed the Holy Spirit saying, “I want you to start a new church in Omaha.”There were many changes in the next few months, but the sense of a call from God did not change. In early July, the Fergusons and a few friends met together, and made the prayerful decision to start a new church in Omaha with a mission “to reach, teach, and unleash committed followers for Jesus.” It was incorporated as Celebration Christian Fellowship.
30.St John's Greek Orthodox Chr
602 Park Ave
Greek Orthodox ChurchesEastern Orthodox ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
Please try reloading the page.