We are a new church starting in a new way in Omaha’s Old Market. We are a space for modern worship, a launch pad for service, and a home for conversation, with great coffee and all the books your Soul Desires.
Coffee with a Cause! Tea with Tenacity! Soup with Substance!
Seeing Scripture with New Eyes.
Join the conversation exploring the scriptures that were left behind.
Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
The Future of Christianity in the 23rd Century presented by The Rev. Dr. Jim Keck, Senior Minister at First-Plymouth Congregational Church (20th & D Streets, Lincoln) on Wednesday, May 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Urban Abbey. For over 20 centuries, our faith has evolved from a small off-shot Jewish sect to the world’s largest religion. What transformative changes lie ahead? Take a trip into a faithful future. Dr. Jim Keck will explore the deep future of Christianity and how the faith is evolving with this free lecture.
Our community partner for the month of May is Youth Emergency Services (Y.E.S.) founded in 1974 by a group of community volunteers who noticed homeless youth hanging around in Omaha's Old Market district. The YES house (known today as the Emergency Shelter) has helped more than 5,800 youth escape crisis situations. Programs have been developed to help youth in crisis learn the life skills necessary to become independent and self-sufficient, such as Street Outreach Program and Transitional Living Program (TLP) and Maternity Home.
10% of all Urban Abbey coffee bar sales and 100% of the bagged “YES Coffee Blend” sales (coffee comes from small-scale farms where farmers receive a living wage) go to support their work for change. Join us to learn more and support these great organizations with every cup of coffee.
Join us for Church without a steeple, a community centered on exploring progressive Theology and social topics through dialogue, reflection, art and music.
Urban Walking Labyrinth.
Join the journey of meditation and pray through the Old Market.
Join us to support local non-profits with each bite, sip and taste.
1026 Jackson Street, Old Market
Coffee Shop Hours: Mon-Fri: 6:30am-10:30pm; Sat: 8:00am-10:30pm; Sun: 8-5