Sleep Inn & Suites
303 23rd. St.
Columbus, NE 68601-2761
Phone: (402) 562-5200
Fax: (402) 562-4329
Catch all the baseball and softball action at this 4000 plus capacity stadium. Regional as well as national tournaments are held here. Home to the local baseball team, the Lincoln Saltdogs, it's a great place to spend the weekend with family or friends. Make sure to carry your team's cap and cheer to your hearts content. Call for tournament and ticket details.
While on the A Street, the simple yet elegant building of the Unitarian Church of Lincoln is hard to miss. This is the local church of the city and it has been instrumental in bringing about community development.
What could be a better way to spend your time than getting fit at a sixty thousand square feet recreational space. The Common Ground Community Center is a popular community center in Omaha where the likes of swimming, cycling, volleyball, basketball and more can be played. At the Common Ground Community Center, you can accomplish a fitter body and a sound mind. Call ahead for hours of operations and other details.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Lifegate is both a place of worship and of community. Believing that worship is only a part of connecting with Christ, each member is encouraged to join a Life Group through which their spiritual growth and learning as well as sense of community is fostered. Offering a contemporary and modern way to worship, and music is an integral aspect of the service and a way to connect with God. Services are held at Saturday 6pm and Sunday at 9am and 10.45am. For details on events and programs visit the website.
Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Beth El is a place of worship, of learning and of community. Uniting people together, encouraging them to learn more about their faith, while engaging in service to the society are essential aspects of this egalitarian congregation. Services are held on Weekdays at 7am and 5.30pm; Friday at 6.30pm, Saturday at 9.30am and sunset and Sunday at 9am and 5.30pm. Shabbat at Beth El is a lively affair, accompanied by music, prayer and learning. The synagogue offers a variety of Shabbat services for varying age groups and a diverse congregation, so all may feel at home including Family Shabbat and Junior Shabbat services. For details on programs and events, visit the website.
The St. Michael Lutheran Church is one of the most beautiful and oldest surviving religious landmark in Omaha. Not only does it symbolize a higher power but also beauty. Other than its aesthetic attributes, this church is also a place that welcomes any and everyone who wants to devote a bit of their time for peace and prayers. Thus, if you are looking for a bit of serenity, a visit to the St. Michael Lutheran Church would do you good. For further details, do visit their website.
Since 2011, West Omaha Baptist Church has been operating as an autonomous church. Sunday Service is held at 11am and 6pm and Wednesday Prayer and Bible study is at 6. Each service is an interactive, lively affair accompanied by Congregational music, preaching of the Gospel and sermons. Visitor's can even meet the pastor on Sundays, during an informal Visitor Fellowship. With special Youth service times, Children's Bible studies, outreach programs and more, the West Omaha Baptist Church seeks to involve the entire community from all ages to participate in some way. For details, visit the website.
With a history that dates back to 1871, Temple Israel is one of the oldest Jewish congregations in the state. The synagogue occupies an expansive space in West Omaha to support the area's large congregation. With numerous community programs and social events throughout the year, the synagogue aims to bring the community closer. Call ahead for more information.
Hindu Temple was established in 1993 and is a prominent place of worship for the Hindu community in West Omaha and the surrounding areas. The pristine white temple building has heavy influences of Indian Temple Architecture prevalent in the historic temples of South India. Besides worship services, the temple organizes numerous events and spiritual discourses for the benefit of the community. Check website for more.
Beth Israel Synagogue serves the spiritual and religious needs of the Jewish community in West Omaha. Besides worship services, the synagogue conducts numerous program for community engagement. There are a host of educational as well as social events throughout the year to bring the community closer. Check website for more details.
Lord of Love Lutheran Church is an active church following Lutheran form of worship. It has an impressive building where confirmation class and Sunday School are conducted for children along with adult forums and adult Bible reading and book studies. It also equipped with a library offering resources and materials to individuals on demand. The locals gather here for worship at 8a and 10.30a on every Sunday. Do check the website for upcoming events.