Living Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church

4823 S. 168th St, Omaha, NE 68135

Living Hope is a WELS Lutheran Church located in west Omaha in the Millard area. We believe we are well-served by a merciful and mighty God in his Word & Sacraments. We serve him by serving our neighbors and community, and provide child care and preschool through Our Precious Lambs. Contact us

Sunday School & Bible Study at 9:00, Worship Service at 10:00

We welcome you to:

  • a group where you will learn about Jesus Christ
  • a place where your skills and ideas can be shared
  • a pastor who is trained to help you grow in God’s Word
  • a gathering-place to meet supportive Christian friends
  • a home base from which we serve neighborhood & world

What we believe:

  • We believe that the Holy Bible is God’s Word and that His will is revealed to us there in written form.
  • We believe that all people have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.
  • We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and that he has won salvation for us all.
  • We believe that those who have faith in Jesus Christ as their Savior and are baptized will be saved and have eternal life!

Get to know us:

We are a group of caring Christians in southwest Omaha, NE. We serve Jesus Christ by providing opportunities for people to learn about Jesus, sing His praise and grow in faith and in life.

Pastor Tom Jeske serves the people of Living Hope. He, his wife Liz (soil science faculty member at Nebraska-Lincoln), and their children have lived in Omaha since 1995.

Our Precious Lambs Child Care and Preschool offers the families in our community care and education for their little ones. Rylee Quandt is the Director of OPL.

Women Serving Christ and the Lutheran Women’s Missionary Society offer the ladies of our congregation Christian fellowship and the opportunity to be involved in various activities and mission projects.

Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.  Living Hope is a member of WELS, which is the third largest Lutheran church body in America.  We are a confessional Lutheran church.  This means that we subscribe to the Book of Concord of 1580 as the standard of our teaching and practice.  .

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