Yen grew up in a Buddhist household and trusted in Jesus at Citylight through our college ministry (Citylight U). Watch and be encouraged as she shares how Jesus changed her life!
Just over a year ago we moved into the Omar building and we were a church of 650 people. Since then we have doubled and grown to 1,300 people! We keep adding chairs and people keep filling them. Our biggest problems continue to be good problems. We are consistently running out of space and on a … Read More
We are a growing church! Therefore, we will be kicking-off a third Sunday gathering at 10AM starting March 15th at the Citylight Chapel (1023 N 40th St.). We are at maximum capacity with our two gatherings right now and are excited to offer an additional gathering just three blocks east at the place where Citylight Church … Read More
Watch this video if you want to see Pastor Chris dance. Why is he so excited? This Sunday, February 1, 2015 we will celebrate our church’s 2nd birthday. Expect dancing, party hats, cake, and a great message from Gavin!
What’s in store for our college ministry in 2015? Watch a Citylight U update video by CLU director Andrew Rutten. Contact Andrew@citylightomaha.org if you would like to get involved in CLU or know someone who does!
Our church can’t get enough of Jesus. Last year we studied the life of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark which shaped our church in significant ways. The theme was “Follow Jesus.” Guess what? People followed Jesus! Coming out of that sermon series we baptized 70 people last summer. Therefore, we are confident that God … Read More
Watch Pastor Chris’s update on our upcoming Christmas Eve services as well as our plan to purchase our section of the Omar Building. CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES We are hosting our Christmas Eve services on December 24, 2014 at 4PM & 6PM at the Omar Building (4383 Nicholas St). Please invite your family and friends! It will be … Read More
We are excited to kick off a 4-week Advent series this Sunday! Though Advent is generally thought of as being celebrated by Catholics, historically there have been a variety of Protestant traditions who participate in Advent. The Latin word “Adventus” means “coming” or “arrivial.” Therefore, Advent is simply a season of reflection and longing for the … Read More