Omaha Reformed Church is covenantal in its theology
At Omaha Reformed Church the Word and Pulpit are Central.
Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
Omaha Reformed Church is a mission work of the Reformed Church in the United States.
As a church of the Lord Jesus, we exist to worship the Triune God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), grow with each other in grace and knowledge, and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all. Through the one sacrifice of Christ, our sinfulness can be forgiven and we can be clothed with the righteousness of Christ... by grace alone through faith alone.

If you're looking for a church where this happens, you are more than welcome to stop by and worship with us. We love the Lord and His Word, and would love to get to know you. If real spiritual food, reverent worship and sincere friendship in our Lord and Savior are of interest to you, we'd love to get to know you.  READ this website to learn why we're trying to establish this new congregation. COME to a service and experience worship the way it was meant to be... in the BEAUTY OF HOLINESS.
 Discipleship               9:00 AM
 Fellowship Time       10:00 AM
Sunday Worship          10:30 AM  
The Reformed Herald is our denominational magazine.
 Omaha Reformed Church​​
"Where the Truth Lives"
Our Pastor Rev. Randall Klynsma
Randy 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 the local (CSI) Christian School.  After graduating from Unity Christian High School in Orange City he continued his eduction at Dordt College  with a degree in Philosophy. 
He came to saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus when he was a sophomore in college.  A few months later he thought he might be called to 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 and served at Death Valley National Monument. It was when he returned for his last year of college that he met and fell in love with  the love of his life, Julie Ten Haken.  They were married after college and after several years of teaching while Randy was in seminary, they began their family and eventually had six children, three boys and three girls.  
He received a Master of Divinity from Mid-America Reformed Seminary, and was ordained in May of 1990. 
He had Summer preaching assignments in Inwood, IA and St. Catharines, ONT, and after graduating served as stated supply in Edmonton, ALB.  After this he was called to become the pastor of the Orthodox Christian Reformed Church in Ripon, CA.

 He  labored there from 1989 to 1998.  He was then called by the Trinity Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Bridgewater, SD, whom he served from 1999 to 2009.  He then served as the pastor of the Northland Reformed Church (RCUS)  in Kansas City through January 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. He has been laboring here since. 
Answering Life's Hard Questions

 If you're looking for a church where the Word of God is heartily believed and clearly taught, you have found one.  By God's mercy we are growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  We would love to be of service to you. We're not afraid to ask and answer the hard questions of life.
"Why do you spend money for what is not bread, and your wages for what does not satisfy?"
This question from Isaiah 55 strikes at the heart of the issue.  We don't need an emotional band-aid or to just feel better about ourselves.
 We need what only God can supply by His Spirit and Word... the transforming power of the Gospel.  We need to be united to Christ by true faith and experience the power of His resurrection.  When we genuinely believe, we become engrafted into Christ.  In this way we become the ready and willing servants of Almighty God and desire to serve Him with all our hearts.  
This transforming faith begins with a clear understanding of basic teachings of God's Word!   
  How many things are necessary for you to know, that in this comfort you may live and die happily?
  Three things: 
  First, the greatness of my sin and misery.
  Second, how I am redeemed from all my sins and misery.
  Third, how I am to be thankful to God for such redemption.                    Heidelberg Catechism QA 2
  Every Christian should have a clear understanding of these three things.  If you'd like to learn more about this give us a call or attend our worship service. 

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