Omaha Reformed Church

Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church
Omaha Reformed Church

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4905 N 96th Street
Omaha, NE 68134



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Who We Are

We are a classical more or less traditional church. We endeavor to worship in spirit and truth in accordance to the explicit commands found in the Scriptures. We are orderly and earnest... we teach what we believe is historic Christianity at it's best. We believe all churches should be explicitly creedal and confessions. We embrace the "Faith once for all delivered to the saints." We will not add to nor subtract the Word of God!

Come worship with us... we might be what you're used to, but we also might be what you're looking for. We sing classic hymn and usually a couple based the Psalms... the inspired songs of the the Bible.

About Us

Casual, Down to Earth, Old-school, Spirit-filled, Friendly, Conservative, Historic, Multigenerational, Young families, Lots of kids

Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Youth Group, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Seniors Ministry

Traditional Hymns, Psalms a capella, Praise and Worship

Reformed (RCUS)




Our Services

What are services like?
Our Discipleship time and Wednesday Bible Studies are casual and informal, but pastor led. We will almost always have or Bible open or will be learning about the basic truths of Bible doctrine. Our Worship Services are more formal, we follow a pretty full and set liturgy. We cover a lot of ground and tough on many subjects. Our basic conviction is that every service should include a recognition of our sins and call to repentance... as well as a clear presentation of the nature of grace and how we are redeems from our SIN AND MISERY... and lastly, we as believers should also be called and challenged to live upright and godly lives.

What is the community like?
We are presently a pretty diverse group, but we are growing in grace and coming to a single mindedness based upon the clear teachings of the Word of God. In a word we are loving group of people who are learning to love God and each other.

What if I'm not a Christian?
I think you will be surprised by our candor and love. We believe happiness and fulfillment are not really possible outside of a right relationship with God our Creator. The supreme example of love was shown by God in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. He came down from heaven to become our redeemer. He taught His followers, IT IS MORE BLESSED TO GIVE THAN TO RECEIVE. We try to do the same.

Leadership View all

Randall Klynsma

RANDALL KLYNSMA was born on October 29, 1962. He was the fifth of seven children born to his parents, Norman and Dorothy Klynsma of Hospers, IA. He was raised in a Christian home, attended the First Christian Reformed Church and attended the local Christian School. After this he graduated from Unity Christian High School in Orange City he graduated from Dordt College in Sioux Center. He came to saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus as a sophomore in college and a few months later became convinced that he was called into the Gospel ministry. Initially, he viewed this “sense of call” somewhat tentatively. However, through the years of studying and preparation, and by having the opportunity to exhort in many churches, he became convinced it was from the Lord. In the Summer between his Junior and Senior year, he volunteered with A Christian Ministry in the National Parks at Death Valley National Monument. Afterward, during his last year of college he met and fell in love with the love of his life, Julie Ten Haken. They were married after college and after four years of teaching while Randy was in seminary, they began their family and eventually had six children, three boys and three girls. Randy attended Mid-America Reformed Seminary, and after a curiousity year at Calvin Theological Seminary, he returned and graduated from Mid-America in 1989. After several Summer preaching assignments (Inwood, IA, St. Catharines, ONT, and Edmonton, ALB) he served as stated supply and then was called to become the pastor of the Orthodox ChAfter graduating with a degree in Philosophy, ristian Reformed Church in Ripon, CA. He labored there from 1989 to 1998. Afterwards, he was called by the Trinity Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Bridgewater, SD, where he served from 1999 to 2009. He then served as the pastor of the Northland Reformed Church till February 2016. He was called by St. John's Reformed Church in Lincoln, NE to be their mission pastor to labor toward planting a church in the Omaha area. On March 20 he was officially installed as mission to labor in this work

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