Welcome to Gethsemane Lutheran

Church and School

"I am the vine, you are the branches." John 15:5

Gethsemane Lutheran Church provides worship and spiritual growth opportunities that build up families and individuals, young and old alike.

Gethsemane Lutheran School offers a well-rounded, affordable educational opportunity for youth K-8 to enjoy a safe environment and grow academically, spiritually and athletically.

Gethsemane Lutheran Church and School

~ Established and rooted in God's grace since 1942 ~

Church Blog

We will gather in God’s house to celebrate Thanksgiving as a family of believers on Wednesday evening, November 25 at 5:30 (masks required) and 7:00 (social distancing). We will also livestream and record the 7:00 service for those who prefer to participate from home. “Give thanks to the Lord for he is good; his love…

On Sunday, November 8, we will begin a new Adult Bible Study that will enable us to consider life in our own families as we consider so fairly well-known families of the Bible. Class begins at 9:15. You can attend in person in our sanctuary or you can tune in from home for the LiveStream…

We are now livestreaming our 8:00 service every Sunday morning! Simply click on the youtube icon at the bottom of our homepage and then click “watch live!” You can also subscribe to our youtube channel to receive alerts when we go live. Weekly services and sermons are archived on our youtube channel as well.

A huge thank you goes out to those who spent Saturday morning trimming trees and pruning branches, picking up sticks and blowing off leaves, cleaning everything up and hauling all of it away! Our property looks awesome and brings glory to God who made the heavens and the earth!

Opportunities to gather at the feet and to hear the one thing needful – in person or online, at church or at home – are scheduled throughout the week. For a complete list of those opportunities or those links, please contact the church office.

So much of what we do each week and each weekend is the result of God’s people serving the Lord by using the gifts and the abilities that he has given them. Today we thank all of our organists and accompanists and choir directors and ushers and altar care helpers and all of our A/V…

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord. – Isaiah 55:8 (This weekend in worship we will have a great opportunity to not only consider but to also apply the truths found in this passage. We worship at 4:0o and 5:30 on Saturday evenings and at 8:00…

School Blog

There will be no school at Gethsemane Wednesday, November 25 through Firday, November 27. We will take these days off to celebrate Thanksgiving and to praise our God for all of his gifts – spiritual and physical. And to thank him for keeping our students and teachers in the classroom the first three months of…

We are blessed to partner with our sister school in Omaha – Good Shepherd Lutheran – to field four basketball teams again this season: 5-6 girls, 5-6 boys, 7-8 girls, and 7-8 boys. All four teams were in action this weekend. Their seasons will run through the middle of December. Go Falcons!

Way to go Falcons! After a morning full of pool play matches, our 7-8 grade volleyball team earned a second sede in bracket play at the Lutheran Elementary Grade School Volleyball Tournament hosted by Nebraska Lutheran High School in Waco, NE. The Falcons fell short of winning the tournament but they brought glory to God…

Everybody say, “Cheese!” This week Tuesday is Picture Day here at Gethsemane – a great day for our students and teachers to dress up and look nice, a great opportunity to make memories, and a great chance to capture these precious moments in time. These children will only be this age once! They grow up…

With Quarter One in the books, our students are enjoying our annual fall break. We thank the Lord for keeping all of our teachers and students safe and healthy through the first quarter of the school year and for keeping our doors open with in-school learning. We pray for continued health and safety and for…

We will wrap up the first quarter of our school year this Friday. We thank the Lord and praise his name for keeping our students and teachers and staff safe and healthy through the first two months of the school year. We look forward to a well deserved fall break the week of October 12.

Next week our students in grades 3-8 will work their way through the first of three testing sessions this school year. These tests are intended to help students and parents and teachers track academic progress and growth as compared to other students their age in the state of Nebraska. To that end, we pray that…

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