9334 Fort Street
Omaha, NE 68134
Phone: (402) 572-8392
Fax: (402) 572-8394
Children & Youth Ministry
Opportunities are as simple as enjoying coffee or juice between services in our Commons area to using your gifts in a unique project. The following is a list of existing opportunities, but we are always interested in new opportunities.
|Men's Breakfasts||Song Leadership|
|Junior/Senior High Youth Groups||Sound/Video Operators|
|Ushering/Greeting||Habitat for Humanity|
STEPHEN MINISTRY TRAINING - training will begin soon. Please contact Pastor Ken for more information. Stephen Ministry is a care-giving training for those called to serve in one-to-one ministry. The course is 2˝ hours per evening and will last 20 weeks. If you are interested in this course please contact the church office, 572-8392, because we will need to order materials for each Stephen Minister candidate. For more information, please click here: Stephen Ministry
We are looking for dedicated and loving adults to teach or be a classroom helper for our Sunday School classes. We are also looking for those willing to be substitutes when teachers need to miss. You can answer this call! Teaching and Service (Helps) are both Spiritual gifts, to discover what your Spiritual gifts are and to use them to serve our kids and the church, contact the church office today.
The Meals on Wheels Program of the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging urgently needs more volunteers in the area of 90th and Maple Streets. They are looking for individuals who could help one or more weekdays a month, around mid-day, starting at 11:00 a.m. If you are interested, please call Arlis Smidt at 444-6766.
Volunteers are needed! Radio Talking Book Services is a non-profit organization for individuals who have visual or physical disabilities preventing them from reading printed material or enjoying performing arts or other activities.
Radio Talking Book Network is a radio-reading service for the blind, visually-disabled, and elderly. Twice a day the Omaha World-Herald and the Lincoln Journal Star are read live by volunteers, and many other programs are broadcast.
Audio Description offers live video descriptions of performances. Listening Link provides taped educational and training materials. For more information, call 572-3003 or 1-800-729-7826.
“Step Out and Serve” program is an opportunity every August to contribute and be a visible part of the Omaha community. Come with us, share in fellowship, companionship and service to the needy.
Step Out is joining your church with about 30 other churches to step out on a Sunday afternoon, in August, for about 4 hours and serve the city. It is IMPACT that gets noticed with one purpose, “To serve as Jesus Served.” Please contact Gary Kuti, 895-4172, with Mission and Service Committee if you are interested.
Interested in using your home repair or fix-it skills? Have some time to reach out to our church members? Want to do some socializing? Northwest Hills has a group of members who are able and willing to do minor home repairs, maintenance, or fixing-up for our church members who are unable to do so themselves. The cost of materials, if any, will be via donation or by the assisted member, if he or she is able. Timing will be very flexible, and will also be dependent on requests and needs. If interested, let Rick Scofield, Don Reuter, or the church office know.
Many family activities are scheduled throughout the year and are a great opportunity to have fun, socialize and get to know our church family.