Let’s Do Brunch

Tuesday, March 3rd at “The Egg and I” (on 2855 S. 168th St.) at 10 a.m. "Let's Do Brunch" meets monthly (first Tuesday of the month) for anyone 50 and older for brunch and fellowship! Open to men, women, individuals and couples! For more info, ... [Continue Reading]

Save the date ladies!!!

We have announced the dates for the Annual Water's Edge Women's Retreat at Carol Joy Holling Retreat Center!! Our speaker for the weekend will be Michelle DeRusha, a blogger and author from Nebraska. ... [Continue Reading]

Belize Mission Trip Deadline – March 1st

“We just finished clinics and hit 4 villages and about 1,000 people. I can't express how amazing this trip has been. The amount of people in need is insane. The amount of people that are so grateful for us is something truly worth experiencing this. ... [Continue Reading]

The Lenten Season

Lent is a six-week journey leading to the cross and eventually the empty tomb. It’s a path we must take to fully embrace the destination. Darkness comes before light. Brokenness before healing. Despair before hope. The recognition of sin ... [Continue Reading]


Beginning on Ash Wednesday (February 18th), we started up our "Photo-A-Day" Lent Challenge. Using the "theme" associated with each date, take and post a picture inspired by that and share it on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook, with the #weomaha. We look ... [Continue Reading]

Uganda Medical Mission Trip

In 2014, The Water’s Edge supported a mission to Uganda. People in remote villages received general health checkups, HIV/Aids tests, medicine, eyewear, and mosquito nets. We are planning the November 2015 trip – please contact celeste@weomaha.com for ... [Continue Reading]


The original Latin word for what we today know as Lent is Quadragesima which means “forty days before Easter.” The purpose was to prepare the disciple for Holy Week and Easter Sunday. The forty days is symbolic of the time Jesus spent fasting in the ... [Continue Reading]

February Building Team Update

During our WE Imagine Retreat held in January, over 135 people began dreaming of what our church campus could be. Our architect team, BCDM, led us through a “Pinterest” experience where we shared characteristics and descriptions of the exterior, ... [Continue Reading]