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Up Coming Events

Hand Up Food Pantry

  October 14 3:30 pm – 5:15 pm

First Presbyterian Church's Hand Up Food Pantry will be open this Thursday from 3:30 pm to 5:15 pm. Our Food Pantry has moved back inside the church ...

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The Matthew 25 Hand Up for Housing Mission is partnering with Open Door Mission- Lydia House, Youth Emergency Services and Heartland Family Service to raise funds in support of neighbors that experience housing insecurity.  These agencies serve many in our community that need a hand up with day-to-day concerns, housing being one.


Lace up your shoes, join in and walk for Housing!

Walk Date:     Sunday, October 3, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.

Walk Length:  You choose: 1 -Mile or 3.4- Mile

Location:          Walk starts at First Presbyterian Church Omaha, 216 S. 34th Street

                                  1- Mile is routed through Midtown Crossing and the Dewey Park community.

                                3.4 -Mile is routed through Midtown Crossing, Dewey Park, Leavenworth Park, Field   

                                        Club, UNMC and Blackstone communities.

Plan to support the Matthew 25 Hand Up for Housing Assistance Walk.


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Recent News


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The Summer of Reconnection

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A Different Kind of Worship

During this time of this pandemic, one positive that has come from this has been a reassessment of what worship is about. We, as a society, have often fallen into the trap of thinking that worship is about US. What WE like, the hymns and style of music WE like, what WE think should be […]

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