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We aren’t all taking the same path (and we love that!), but we are walking on common ground. We enjoy each other’s company, support one another, have fun, and like to eat.

Here are some of the many ways we connect with one another at First Central.

First Forum meets at 9:15 a.m. in the Third Floor Parlor. Topics include the Bible, theology, history, art, science, gardening, and contemporary issues.

A Book Club meets monthly in church member’s homes to discuss a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books.

The women’s social group EVES meets in the evenings once a month. Their activities and events vary from Jazz on the Green to an annual retreat.

Monthly our CEOs (Congregationalists Eating Out) enjoy exploring the many great restaurants in Omaha.

If you enjoy singing the Sanctuary Choir is a great way to connect with others. They rehearse Wednesday nights during the school year from 7:00-8:30 PM.

You won’t want to miss the Thanksgiving Dinner or the All Church Retreat, two of the congregation’s favorite annual events. There’s also the Cookie Walk, Pie Day, and the Homecoming Picnic. Or join us for Christmas Caroling, a Kayaking Excursion, or the Blessing of the Animals.

Plus, one of the best ways to meet people is to participate in a service project or on a ministry team. Learn more about those here.



421 South 36th Street, Omaha Nebraska, 68131
(Located at the corner of 36th and Harney Streets)






First Central Congregational Church