Welcome to the Archdiocese of Omaha, where the faithful live both in the ancient tradition of Roman Catholicism and the young, unique heritage of northeastern Nebraska. The archdiocese’s vibrancy is rooted in diverse ethnic and cultural heritages extending from farms and ranches to towns and city centers.
Welcome to the website for the Baha’is of Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa. We present here information about our local Baha’í communities and provide links to the world-wide Baha’i Faith. Baha’i’s strive to support mankind as a whole. From elimination of all prejudice, equality of men and women, universal education…we believe in unity through diversity and the promise of global unification through the message of Baha’u'llah. The Baha’i Faith teaches Baha’u'llah’s message of the unity of all the world’s religions as one common Faith from God. Learn more about core beliefs and history of the Baha’i Faith by following our links to informative websites
The Islamic Center of Omaha (ICO) is non-profit Muslim organization upon the creed of Ahl us-Sunnah. Our Mission is: - To establish the Islamic rites enjoined on Muslims; - To promote the teachings of Islam according to the methodology and understanding of the first Muslims; - To facilitate community activities that increase the faith and enrich the lives of our members and the surrounding community; As a community partner, we endeavour to cooperate in actions that reflect our Islamic values of piety and God consciousness.
Nebraska Zen Center is a Soto Zen Buddhist Temple established for Zen practice. The center follows the tradition established in Japan by Zen Master Eihei Dogen in the 13th century and transmitted to America in this century by two Masters: Rev. Shunryu Suzuki, founder of San Francisco Zen Center and author of Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind and Rev. Dainin Katagiri, who assisted Rev. Suzuki in San Francisco and later founded Minnesota Zen Meditation Center in Minneapolis. Rev. Katagiri was instrumental in establishing Nebraska Zen Center in 1975.
OTOC is a broad-based, multiethnic and interfaith organization. Members are institutions, mostly congregations, although like-minded organizations, such as neighborhood groups, schools and PTA's are welcome to become members.
We’re a non-profit interfaith organization based in Omaha, Nebraska (no, your eyes aren't deceiving you — there are Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Bahais, and, of course, plenty of Christians in Omaha as well as people of many other faiths and beliefs). We've only been around since December 2005, but we've wasted no time developing creative programs, trainings and workshops that build and sustain understanding, respect, and relationships among people of all faiths and beliefs and that promote a deeper understanding of and respect for religious diversity. Just click on the “Programs” link to see a listing of this year’s programs. Our aim with all this: to create a world where people of all faiths and beliefs are valued, included, and protected- won’t you join us?
Welcome to the world of the Jewish Federation of Omaha, where the values of compassion, generosity, and responsibility inspire us to improve the quality of life for people in Omaha, in Israel, and in over 70 countries. Together, we are doing a world of good.
The Tri-Faith Initiative, a partnership of the three Abrahamic faith groups — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, plans to build a Tri-Faith Center to co-locate with Temple Israel, a new church for the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska and a mosque for the American Institute of Islamic Studies and Culture. These four buildings will form a multi-faith neighborhood of collaboration.