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  • Kids City Break

    The annual Kids City Break is coming! There will be no Kids City the weeks of July 26; August 2, and 9th. Plan on joining us for family worship and a fun series called Jesus is My Hero! These Sundays are designed with your kids in mind and will feature shorter, kid-friendly sermons, graphically illustrated […]
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  • Benevolence

    The Benevolence fund is one way we can extend hope to our neighbors and be a blessing to our city by providing temporary food, clothing, shelter, and other basic necessities to families in need in the Omaha metro area.  We receive an offering once a quarter and 100% of the funds are used to bless […]
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  • Great Commission Fund

    “Go, make disciples of all the nations…” – Jesus New City Church is part of a worldwide family of churches and missionaries called the Christian & Missionary Alliance.  An Alliance committed to obeying Jesus and fulfilling the Great Commission. We gladly and intentionally give to the Great Commission Fund (GCF) in order to support the […]
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  • Be a Father. Make an impact.

    I sometimes get questions sent to me via e-mail or social media about life, fatherhood, leadership, theology, marriage, etc. I recently received an email from a young dad and after writing my response I was overwhelmed with thankfulness and the reality of how blessed I truly was and am.  This post is simply a response […]
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  • Parking Announcement

    Hey New City, We were made aware on Thursday morning that Lot A, which we use for parking for Sunday Worship, will be unusable for the next 4-6 weeks. We made alternate arrangements for the next few Sundays. You can find the details by clicking here or go to newcityomaha.org/parking. We will be using Parking […]
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  • Fathers, there are helpful words and hurtful words.

    Fathers, do not provoke your children, lest they become discouraged. Col 3:21 When I was a kid I had a step-dad for a few years. His nickname for me was “Big Head.” In fairness, my head was huge. And I don’t think he was being malicious. But it gave others permission to belittle me and […]
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