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 We’re excited you’re interested in visiting Pilgrim!

Visiting a church for the first time can be overwhelming.  At Pilgrim, we strive to make your visit a stress-free one.  We’ve included some information to help you familiarize yourself with our church.  Feel free to reach out to the church before your visit if you have further questions using the Contact Us form, or by calling the church office at 402-291-2848.



We have a contemporary service at 10:30 on Sunday morning where the music is led by a praise band. We have a traditional service at 8:00 Sunday morning where the music includes traditional hymns played by an organist.  There is an additional service at 5:30 on Saturday evening, which is a blended service.



As you approach the church building, you will see a parking lot connected to the church. The main entrance is on the northwest side of the building near the flag pole. There are additional parking spaces in the back and side of the building as well.

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As you enter the building you will be greeted by a member of the congregation who will help direct you to the worship area and provide information about other areas of the building.



Children are welcome at all worship services!  There is usually a children’s sermon during the 10:30 service, after which children are invited to attend Sunday School.  Pilgrim has a private room for nursing located off of the women’s restroom.  The service can be heard through speakers in this room to allow nursing mothers to continue particpating in worship.



Pilgrim’s environment is casual.  On any given Sunday, you will see a variety of attire from shirt and tie or a dress to jeans and t-shirts.



Enjoy coffee and doughnuts in our narthex area between services on Sunday.  Fellowship is a great opportunity to meet and connect with other members of Pilgrim in a casual environment.


We invite all those worshiping with us who repent of their sins, believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, confess His real presence in the sacrament, and are in peace and communion with His Holy Church to celebrate Communion with us.  White Grape juice is offered in the middle section of each tray for those unable to partake of wine.