We’ll try to respect your space and let you warm up to us at your own pace—but don’t expect to be anonymous. The commons is a beautiful public space and we think you’ll find our “round table” atmosphere will put you at ease. This is not a “get in and get out” congregation. You’ll find us eager to hang around long after the service concludes.
We are not aware of another setting like this in Omaha. Round tables, a mix of music styles offered by our Eagle Heights Worship team followed by relevant teaching based on solid Biblical doctrine. Not everyone will appreciate our style, but we find it relaxing and fulfilling. Children are welcome to stay in the service. However, for those that wish to take advantage of it, a nursery, is available during the service.
Want more? This video shares a few more elements of our ministry style . . .
Eagle Heights worships together in the Concordia High School Commons Area
156th and Fort Street in NW Omaha
Sunday School 9:15 – 10:00
Worship 10:00 – 11:15
Mike’s cell: (402) 714-7208
Mailing address: PO Box 34851, Omaha, NE 68134
Mike Friesen is a second-generation pastor. His father started a new church in Omaha in 1964. Although growing up in a ministry minded home, Mike didn’t consider professional Christian service until after exploring an education in engineering.
After transferring from the University of Nebraska, Mike met Carolyn at Grace University. The two were married six months after graduation. Between 1985 and 1990 Mike completed requirements for a Master’s degree in Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. God’s work in the world has always been an interest, and both Mike and Carolyn have served overseas on several occasions. Pastor Mike began service at Eagle Heights in April of 2005 following ministries at two other churches.
God has blessed Mike and Carolyn with seven children. Between all kinds of activities with the kids, Mike enjoys home remodeling projects.
Pastor Mike: “My great delight is to serve God’s people by using the shepherding and teaching gifts He has entrusted to me. I’ve been asked if teaching in a Bible college was a consideration for the future. I love to teach and have served as an adjunct professor at Grace University-but to me it’s never been academic. The abundant life that Jesus tantalizes us with is not out of reach, nor is it the reward of simply “doing church.” My heart’s desire is to equip believers to passionately worship God, sensitively minister to one another and effectively witness to the lost. As an eager student of God’s Word, I am constantly amazed at the soul-satisfying truth of His revelation. Through creative and thought-provoking communication in both large and small group settings, I long to see men and women transformed by the renewing of their minds with the goal “that we may present every man complete in Christ.”
(If you would like a more fully developed statement of faith, please ask!—we think it is important too.)
Eagle Heights Church believes that local churches can best promote the cause of Jesus Christ by cooperating with one another in a denominational organization. Therefore, Eagle Heights has chosen to be affiliated with the Converge Worldwide (Formerly known as the Heartland Baptist District of the Baptist General Conference).
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