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Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Omaha. We are a worshipping body, who loves Jesus and focus’ on our story as reflected in the Bible. We’re a church that is actively working to help our neighbors with mission, both locally and around the world. We invite you to join us for worship, where our dress is casual and explore your story as a child of God. Come and find your place as a part of our story.

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Sunday School for All Ages

  January 21 9:00 am – 10:00 am

You are encouraged to join us for Sunday School from 9:00 am - 10:00 am each Sunday.  There are groups for all ages, and even if you have ...

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As we begin a new year, we begin new programs at First Presbyterian Church (FPC).  YOU are encouraged to look at the website and see what is of interest to you and to join us.  As a reminder, our Sunday service begins at 10:30 a.m. and lasts for about an hour.  After that we encourage you to join us for coffee and cookies after the service in our fellowship hall.  People of all ages are invited to FPC.  You will receive a warm welcome on all days, but especially these recent freezing days.


Wednesday Evening Adult Bible Study

Midweek @ Midtown, 6:15 pm


Have you ever wondered about your life story and how it fits into the bigger story – God’s Story? Beginning January 10 th we will start a new 5 week class that will explore the concept of story: your story, our story and God’s story, as well as explore the story all around us. We will look at the events of the New Testament to see how their has more to do with our story than we ever imagined.

This class meets Wednesdays @ 6:15  pm in Jenk’s lounge.



First Presbyterian Church will celebrate its Scottish heritage on Sunday, January 28 at 10:30 a.m. This celebration will include Scottish music, a bagpipe, banners, a beadle, Scottish attire and following the worship service, a Ceilidh (a Scottish happening) with shortbread and punch.  A beadle, according to the New Oxford American Dictionary, is a ceremonial Scottish officer of the church who assists the minister.  In our church, he/she has the honor of carrying in their family Bible which will be used during the service.  If you attend this worship service you may also have the opportunity, if you want, to do some Scottish dancing in our fellowship hall.  It is a service of celebration and remembrance.

All Scots are asked to bring a piece of their clan tartan to be blessed. You may also bring something that is important to you or your family to be blessed as well.  Whatever your heritage, however, everyone is encouraged to wear something plaid, but it is not required. Also bring your Scottish friends! You are invited to come to church on January 28, and be Scottish, even if you aren’t, for 90 minutes.  Please join us!


The 157th Annual Meetings of the Congregation of First Presbyterian Church, and the Corporation of First Presbyterian Church will be held in Know Fellowship Hall downstairs on February 4, 2014.  Copies of the Annual Report will be available.  Reports will be received and a nominating committee chosen.  All members are encouraged to attend.  Child care is provided.


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