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Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Omaha. We are a worshipping body, who loves Jesus and focuses 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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Happy Thanksgiving

  November 22 All day

The Congregation of First Presbyterian Church wishes everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving.  May we remember to count our blessings for what we have this ...

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Operation Christmas Child

Boxes are due this Sunday, November 18.  They need to be here in time for mailing.  Thanks for all of your help and generosity.

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Presbyterian Women Christmas Luncheon

Please join us for the PW Christmas Luncheon at Field Club on Saturday December 1st. We will start taking reservations on Sunday, Nov. 11. The cost will be $15.00 per person. If you have any questions, please contact Melissa Davis.

 

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Going Deeper

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Pastor’s Manna – What does it take to Grow?

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