Email the Church Office for each week's ZOOM link!
Join us LIVE on Facebook on Sunday, July 10 at 10 AM for beautiful worship jazz music presented by members of Morning Star!
Consecrated Holy Communion kits given contactless in the front drive of the church!
Friday, July 17 ~ Noon to 3 PM
Saturday, July 18 ~ 9 AM to Noon
Help Rejuvenating Women put an end to human trafficking by providing some of their needs! Click below for info!
Entrance to the Church building is by appointment only. Please call 402-393-5553 to schedule an appointment where we will ask a short health screening questionnaire. Visits with either Pastor can be arranged by phone or in person. Thank you for your help in keeping everyone safe and healthy!
This month our service project is to help Rejuvenating Women! Click below for their shopping wish list items. Rejuvenating Women provides hope and restoration to those enslaved in human trafficking in Nebraska and throughout the country.
They empower survivors of human trafficking to lead healthy, independent lives. Rejuvenating Women assists in the prevention of future human trafficking by providing a short and long-term term housing recovery program while helping to restore their physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
Together, we can put an end to human trafficking in Omaha!
Saturday, May 2 around 100 cars of the families we serve passed through the parking lot of Morning Star to wave, say a "distant" hello and be encouraged by our amazing teachers & staff!
Our annual Trunk or Treat event moved indoors due to cold weather. The indoor venue made it easier to see the great costumes. Many also ventured into our haunted basement, hosted by the Youth Group.
MSLC Youth Scholarships were awarded on Sunday, June 9, recognizing undergraduate students who participated in service programs during their middle school and high school year.
The program has awarded over $150,000 since its inception May 2014!
Congratulations Rachel, Mitchell, Rogan, Olivia, Hope, Sophie, and Campbell!
We also celebrated recent high school and college graduates.
Although we post pictures from many sources, many photos on this site are thanks to Rich Fiddelke. For more MSLC photos and other samples of Rich's work, click here.