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Temple Israel

Temple Israel is a Reform Jewish congregation in Omaha, Nebraska. Temple Israel strives to bridge tradition and modernity linking our precious history with fresh approaches to spirituality, lifelong Jewish learning and acts of justice.

Episcopal Diocese of Nebraskatrifaith
The Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska represents all Episcopal churches and members in the state. Walking a middle way between Roman Catholicism and Protestant traditions, it is a worship-oriented church whose members, by their faith, are called to strive for justice and peace among all people and to respect the dignity of every human being.

Countryside Community Church
On April 12, 2015, Countryside Community Church voted to accept the invitation made by the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska to take its place as the Christian partner of the Tri-Faith Initiative.
Countryside Community Church is an inclusive, open and affirming family of faith, welcoming all to God’s table of love and acceptance. Its members are diverse, yet united by Christ’s example, caring for one another, supporting one another and challenging one another to become all that God creates us to be. The church was founded in Omaha in 1949 and is a part of the United Church of Christ, which is known as the oldest denomination in the United States (going back to the Pilgrims). Countryside Community Church continues with the planning and design process for becoming the Christian presence on the Tri-Faith campus. Countryside’s worship services are held each Sunday at 9:00 am (classical) and 11:00 am (jazz). All are welcome. Learn more about Countryside Community Church here.

American Muslim Institute (Formerly AIISC)
The American Muslim Institute’s (AMI) mission is to promote a better understanding of Islam in the Western world. The AMI’s educational, religious and social programs are grounded in faith and the core values of Islam: acceptance, compassion, equality, justice and peace. Founded in Omaha in 2006, the AMI is a local, non-denominational, autonomous nonprofit organization. A mosque on the Tri-Faith campus will serve as a worship space and Islamic institute for Omaha’s growing Muslim population. Construction will begin in 2015. Learn more about the AMI here.

Monthly Meeting
Middle school kids come together to learn about the Abrahamic faiths. Sponsored by the Tri-Faith Initiative of Omaha.Come ask questions, discover differences and shared aspects of faith…  and find out what your own personal beliefs in the process! Want more information? Contact