Welcome to Pacific Hills Lutheran Church in Omaha!
Since 1955, Pacific Hills has preached Christ and Him crucified for salvation (1 Corinthians 1:23), one constant in a world of change and uncertainty. This constant of Christ, our Rock, is reflected in the historic liturgy and music of our worship, and is most clearly given in the weekly celebration of the Eucharist (the Lord’s Supper). We welcome guests and members from all parts of the metro area – and all parts of life! We are located at the near-center of the Omaha metro. Come see how God loves and serves you, and become a part of His work in the many ministries of love and service available through Pacific Hills!
Worn out? Too busy to be too busy?
Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart,
and you will find rest for your souls. - Matthew 11:28-29
Worship With Us
Traditional Worship Services
Sundays 8:00 am
Sundays 10:30 am
The 10:30 am service is live streamed on our YouTube channel.
Education hour is between Sunday services at 9:15 am
Pacific Hills Youth Programs
PHLC welcomes kids and families! While we explore new developments in our youth program, we continue to offer children and families opportunities to fellowship and learn about Jesus. From our Easter egg hunt, to Sunday School, family fun nights, VBS, Trunk or Treat, and more, we want your family to feel at home with us. Teaching and learning about God, and how much He loves us, is what we do.
Learn more about our CYF program.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Everyone faces challenges that can affect mental health, and one in five people will experience a mental health illness during their lifetime. The Board of Missions/Social Ministry is partnering with the Kim Foundation to host a mental health forum, Mental Health Matters, on Tuesday, May 10 at 7 pm in Acker Hall for PHLC members and the community. The presentation will include how to maintain mental health, information about mental illness and suicide prevention, and community resources. Mission offerings this month will be directed to local mental health providers: the Kim Foundation, Lutheran Family Behavioral Health Services, and Community Alliance. See the Mental Health Matters Night poster
Originally titled ‘Hymn for Easter Day,’ Charles Wesley published the well loved anthem ‘Christ the Lord is Risen Today’ in 1739 – which was within the first year of his conversion. The song had its debut during the first worship service at the Wesleyan Chapel in London, England known as the Foundry Meeting House.
CPH Reads is a summer reading program that encourages kids to read, sponsored by Concordia Publishing House. Interested kids can pick up an information card in the narthex, and Mom and Dad can register their kids for the program at http://www.cph.org/reads. Each summer CPH Reads will reward your family for reading together about the Good News of Jesus Christ.