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CHURCHES and HOUSES OF WORSHIP

Abundant Living Worship Center

2425 Mary Street

(402) 813-4437

 

Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church

2842 Monroe Street

(402)734-3399

 

Ambassadors Worship Center

5417 N 103rd Street

(402) 341-1866

 

Bethel A.M.E. Church

2428 Franklin Street

(402) 342-0297

 

Bethesda Temple SDA Church

3725 Ames Avenue

(402) 455 0601

 

Bridge Church

3223 N 45th St

(402) 965-1823

 

Cathedral of Love

2816 Ames Avenue

(402) 453-5898

 

Church of the Living God

2029 Binney Street

(402) 451-4742

 

Clair Memorial UMC Church

5544 Ames Avenue

(402) 451-8322

 

Cleaves Temple C.M.E. Church

2431 Decatur St.

(402) 342-0919

 

Day Spring Church

6068 Ames Ave

(402) 573-5188

 

Eagle’s Nest

5775 Sorensen Pkwy

(402) 571-9191

 

Enoch Baptist Church

4004 Ames  Ave.

(402) 991-3289

 

Fellowship Christian Center

3211 Pinkney Street

(402) 502-9699

 

Fort Street Church of Christ

5922 Fort Street

(402) 453-4649

 

Freedom Worship Center

3025 Parker Street

(402) 453-0840

 

Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church

4102 Florence Boulevard

(402) 934-6554

 

God’s Missionary Baptist Church

5036 Terrace Dr.

(402) 573-0405

 

Greater St. Paul Church and Ministries

2123 Miami Street

(402) 341-2231

 

Hope Center for Kids

2200 N. 20th Street

(402) 341-HOPE

 

Hope Lutheran Church

2723 N. 30th Street

(402) 453-1583

 

Hope of Glory/Williams Prepared Place

3525 Evans Street

(402) 991-3948

 

Inspirational House of Prayer

4248 Lake Street

(402) 453-1613

 

Launch Church International
Formerly Jehovah Shammah Church International

3020 Huntington Avenue

(402) 457-5646

 

Joy of Life Ministries

6401 N. 56th Street

(402) 399-9628

 

King Solomon Missionary Baptist Church

3202 Evans Street

(402) 455-0358

 

Kingdom Builders Christian Center

4039 Charles Street

402-502-1670

 

Koinonia House of Worship/Family First

3208 Corby St.

(402) 455-2212

 

Love Deliverance Temple Church

3036 Bedford

(402) 455-1260

 

Mission Church

3401 Patrick Ave

(402) 909-5675

 

Mission Church – Village 2

2200 N. 20th Street

(402) 909-5675

 

Morning Star Baptist Church

2019 Burdette Street

(402) 342-0018

 

Mt. Calvary Community Church

5112 Ames Avenue

(402) 457-4216

 

Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church

2602 N. 24th Street

(402) 451-8800

 

Mt. Nebo Baptist Church

5501 N. 50th Street

(402) 451-4245

 

Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church

2425 P Street

(402) 738-8844

 

Mt. Sinai Church

4504 Bedford Avenue

(402) 455-2633

 

New Hope Apostolic Temple

6124 N 99th St.

(402) 733-0594

 

New Life Presbyterian Church

4060 Pratt St

(402) 451-8425

 

New Rising Star MBC

6118 Ames Avenue

(402) 455-4090

 

Paradise Missionary Baptist Church

2124 Lothrop Street

(402) 455-3777

 

Pilgrim Baptist Church

2501 Hamilton Street

(402) 341-6270

 

Pleasant Green Missionary Baptist Church

5555 Larimore Ave

(402) 346-8427

 

Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church

1823 Lothrop Street

(402) 451-3700

 

Sacred Heart Church

2218 Binney St.

(402) 451-5755

 

Salem Baptist Church

3131 Lake Street

(402) 455-1000

 

Spirit & Truth Gospel Church

5030 N. 72nd St.

(402) 991-4688

 

St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church

2423 Grant Street

(402) 708-0122

 

St. John A.M.E. Church

2402 N 22nd Street

(402) 345-1070

 

St. John Missionary Baptist Church

3912 North 16th Street

(402) 451-6866

 

St. Mark Baptist Church

3616 Spaulding Street

(402) 451-0307

 

The Worship Center

2021 North 24th Street

(402) 341-4297

 

Trinity Hope Foursquare Church

4030 Redman Cir

(402) 457-7820

 

True Vine Baptist Church

5001 N. 42nd Street

(402) 451-1222

 

Waypoint Church

1313 N 48th Ave.

(402) 884-4453

 

Zion Baptist Church

2215 Grant Street

(402) 346-1502

 

Source:  Revive Omaha Magazine

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Community Features

Where do we go from here? Take 10-15 Minutes to Complete the Transformation 2025 Survey

We need your input to help set priorities and update the Transformation 2025 Plan to positively impact African-Americans, North Omaha and the Greater Omaha area.

Please take 10-15 minutes to complete this survey: https://bit.ly/3qRAePa

 

Transformation 2025 Background and Progress:

The first phase of the Transformation 2025 plan formally launched in 2015 had specific goals, strategies and benchmarks.

Over 4,000 adults and 4,000 youth have provided input on the initial plan which has been updated with recommendations from the community and leaders from every sector on an annual basis.

Collectively, we were able to make measurable progress for African-Americans and North Omaha residents which has had a positive impact on the entire region.  Hundreds of organizations and thousands of residents have participated in the work to create the momentum and these results:

Collective Results 2009-2019 (Before COVID):

  • Reduced unemployment from a high of 20% to 7.5%.  Connected over 2,000 residents to employment.
  • Increased youth employment.  Connected over 6,500 youth to career exploration, jobs and internships.
  • Increased household incomes.  From a low of $34,170 to a high of $39,434.
  • Reduced poverty.  32% to 22%.
  • Increased high school graduation rates.  64% to a high of 80%.
  • Increase the number with college degrees.  16% to a high of 22%.
  • Increase the number of housing units in North Omaha.  Over 1,000 new mixed-income units developed.
  • Reduced gun violence.  Decreased as much as -74% before spiking again in 2020 in the midst of COVID.
  • Started the process of rebuilding the arts, culture, entertainment and business district at 24th and Lake.
  • Increased visits to the North Omaha Village Zone area (16th to 36th, Cumings to Pratt).  Hosted events attracting over 5,000 to the district.
  • Served as catalysts to generate hundreds of millions in public/private redevelopment in North Omaha.

(Data Sources:  American Community Survey, Census; UNO Research; Omaha Public Schools; Nebraska Dept. of Education; Omaha Police Department, City of Omaha – Planning Department and others)

There’s a lot more work ahead.  Together, we can create more positive change.

Help set the priorities for the next five years by updating the Transformation 2025 Plan.

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Welcome to Omaha

Buying a Home or Finding a Place to Rent: Black Real Estate Agents

Buying a Home and Finding a Neighborhood

An African-American real estate agent can help you find the perfect home and a great neighborhood.

Black Real Estate Agents and Owners

Featured Photo:  Miami Heights

Source:  Revive Omaha Magazine

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Welcome to Omaha

Finding a Beauty Salon in Omaha

Beauty Shops in Omaha

Finding a place to get a your hair done is one of the first priorities when relocating to a new city.

Check out these local establishments.

Beauty Shops focusing on African-American clients

Featured Photo:  Felicia’s Beauty and Barber Salon

Source:  Revive Omaha Magazine

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