College View Church is a community that seeks to joyfully follow Jesus, who “came to serve” (Mark 10:45). Our ministries are an opportunity to live out God’s love and to grow together in our journey with Jesus. We would be happy to have you join us in that journey! Follow the links below or call our main office, 402.486.2880, for more information on any of these ministries.

Children are important at CVC and we love helping them grow in their faith.

Kids are important at CVC, and we love helping them grow in their faith. Every Saturday morning, our Sabbath School ministry engages children and youth in Bible-based, age-appropriate programming meant to teach them about the God who loves them and the blessing of being His kids. Classes start at 9:45 a.m.

  • Beginner I (birth-age 2)
  • Beginner II (age 2-3)
  • Kindergarten I (ages 4-5)
  • Kindergarten II (age 5 - grade 1)
  • Primary (grades 2-4)
  • Juniors (grades 5 & 6)
  • Earliteen (grades 7 & 8)
  • Youth (grades 9-12)

Thank you to everyone who helped make this year's Vacation Bible School a great success!

With music, Bible stories, and crafts, our mid-week Adventurer Club encourages children ages 4-9 in a growing, joyful relationship with Jesus. Adventurers meet in the lower level of the church on select Wednesdays. Check our events page to see if they’re meeting this week, or phone the church office at 402.486.2880.

Our College View Trailblazers Pathfinder Club is for kids in grades 5 – 10, with extended training available for students through 12th grade. Our Trailblazers meet together weekly (Wednesdays 6:15 – 8:15 p.m.) to learn life skills, practice teamwork, and deepen their spiritual commitment. Besides the weekly meetings, the Trailblazers are often out camping, doing community service, or on other fun adventures.

The College View Trailblazers have their own website at

By studying the Word, we grow in faith together. College View Church provides many opportunities for adults to join together in study and growth.

Each Saturday at 9:45 a.m. we gather together around God’s Word in Sabbath School Classes for discovery, discussion, and Christian community. Here are some of the groups that meet each week:

  • The Well. Young adults from the church, the college, and the community, seeking an authentic spiritual journey through music, discussion, and friendship.
  • Grow Where You’re Planted. Growing in God, with each other, and for our community.
  • Digger Deeper. In-depth Bible study in a participatory environment.
  • Ladies Sabbath School. Exploring relevant topics from God’s Word. It’s a journey where questions are encouraged.
  • Huenergardt, Murray, Ray & Russell. Current events considered from a Christian perspective, followed by an interactive discussion of issues suggested in the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide.
  • Something Else Sabbath School. Pointing toward Christ and propelled by five ministries. “The kingdom of God does not consist in talk but in power” (1 Corinthians 4:20).
  • Dan Klein, Sr. Emphasizing a close relationship with one another and with Jesus in a sharing time followed by a study of the Sabbath school lesson.
  • Spanish Sabbath School. Improving your relationship with Jesus in the Spanish language with a warm Latino environment. Todos son Bienvenidos.

In addition, we have midweek groups that meet for fellowship and Bible study. On Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m., a Ladies Bible Study meets in the church Board Room to discuss spiritual topics and to pray with one another. The Women’s Bible Study meets Wednesdays at noon in Heartland Hall B, with lunch and childcare included. Each Wednesday at 7 p.m. is Hour of Power, a group meeting together in the Heritage Room for prayer and reflection on Scripture.

Women’s Ministries are vibrant here at CVC. We are opportunities for friendship, inspiration, personal growth, and Bible study for women of all ages and life stages. Our Women’s Ministries Facebook page has a current list of ongoing events; we encourage you to check there often.

Women of Spirit is a program for women of all ages (14 – 114) with a variety of programs that encourage a woman's heart socially, emotionally and spiritually. We meet in the Heartland Hall from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. on the first Monday of the month October – December and February – May. This is a great place to meet other women and to invite your friends, neighbors, and co-workers. A delicious buffet dinner and childcare are provided. There is no charge — but we do ask that you call 402.486.2885 (leave a message) for reservations for the evening and for child care. Donations are gladly accepted to help with the cost.

Please check out @cvcwomenministries on Facebook for current events.

You're invited to spend a couple hours with us on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month for yummy brunches, dependable friends, and a lot of fun. Free childcare is provided and you only need to RSVP for specified programs. Our group is geared toward moms with children ages birth through elementary school. We meet in the Fellowship Hall (lower level). We'd love to have you join us and hope to see you soon!

Please check out @cvcwomenministries on Facebook for current events.

  • Women’s Bible Study. All women are invited to join us for a Bible study/prayer session each Wednesday from noon until 1:30 beginning Wednesday, February 21 and going through Wednesday, May 9. Our study is entitled "Twelve Women of the Bible: Life-Changing Stories for Women Today.” Each of the 12-week sessions will be on a different woman in the Bible. Lunch and childcare are provided. Call or text Sheryl at 402.770.3392 if you have any questions.
  • Ladies Bible Study. Meets Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. in the church Board Room to discuss spiritual topics and to pray with one another.
  • Ladies Sabbath School. Leader: Becky Gustafson. We study a variety of different bible studies based on scripture to lead you to dig into the Word. It’s a journey where questions are encouraged.

Together we can change our community with love by reaching people where and when they need help.

The Good Neighbor Community Center provides basic and emergency needs to low-income and temporarily displaced people in Lincoln and Lancaster County. Its MENA Hope Project provides assistance to refugees and immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa. English and computer classes are among transitional opportunities offered. Volunteer positions are plentiful.  

Check out for events.

The Community Connections Team connects needs to resources, collaborating with community organizations in Lincoln. They also plan and sponsor high-quality education on social issues, such as poverty.

The Yard-Work Warriors serve those with yard work needs who need help.

Come Alive! Health Ministry sponsors programs for education and encouragement in whole-person health, including focus areas such as heart health, vibrant nutrition, and recovery from anxiety and depression.

Our Funeral Luncheons team provides a meal to accompany the memorial service for those who have lost loved ones.


As a family, we experience life together.  CVC provides opportunities for all members of the family to grow, experience, and uphold each other as we grow together.


We have get-togethers and potlucks for building friendship and fellowship in our 50+ Ministry, as well as an all-ages group for unmarried people all over Lincoln, Single Adult Ministry.

Each summer at Broken Arrow Ranch, we participate in a Parenting Solo Family Retreat for single parents and their kids. Married couples love to experience the Marriage Encounter weekend for renewing their relationships and deepening their connection. Those considering marriage are invited to an Engaged Couples seminar to lay a foundation for healthy, lasting marriage.

Experiencing life together as a church family means upholding one another in prayer. Our Prayer Ministries is active with a prayer meeting Mondays at noon, as well as time together for intercession on Saturday mornings at 11. Through the year there are also days of special prayer focus that emphasize God’s grace for our varied and specific needs.

A weekend dedicated to supporting healthy marriages.

Woodland Acres is a nature preserve of 160 acres just 30 minutes from Lincoln, Woodland Acres is owned by the College View Church.
A lodge with a large meeting room, camping facilities, electrical hookups, plus hiking trails and campfire pits are features of this property. Various groups and events such as summer evening worship programs at the close of Sabbath are hosted at Woodland Acres. Reservations are welcome from individuals, families, and groups any time during the year.

For more information and reservations, contact the Woodland Acres caretakers:

Rick and Cheryl Dickerson
Address: 1336 196th Rd., Seward, NE 68434
Phone: 402.413.1425
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Facebook: @WoodlandAcresinSewardNebraska

Everyone is welcome and our greeters are there to welcome visitors and members alike.  They can found before church service at each of the entrances.

After struggling for too long, we may come to doubt God’s power to give us victory or even our own sincerity in asking for it. Don’t suffer alone—there is hope! 

Let's face it. You've been trying harder and it hasn't worked. What starts out as a moral problem, quickly becomes a brain problem. Often, men who’ve tried to quit have failed because they don’t understand the brain. Understanding the brain is so important in this battle. Men in sexual bondage go through a cycle of triggering, ritual and acting out. Join now and discover how to renew your mind and break destructive patterns. 

Note: You’ll start with this program before transitioning into 7 Pillars of Freedom. Explore more at

Contact Kelly Krueger at 402.560.2271 or Joe van den Hoven at 402.470.7831

Struggling with porn or sex addiction in the church culture is a shame-filled place to be. Shame leads to isolation and isolation pushes us further into our addictions. We have a safe place for you to be honest about your struggle and we give you a roadmap to finding freedom from your struggle.

Freedom is possible!

Note: This program takes the principles learned in the Conquer Series and dives deeper into understanding yourself. Explore more at

Contact Joshua Bennett at 503.830.7810

Tuesday nights at 7 o’clock in Pioneer Hall level 1. 

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international mutual aid fellowship with the stated purpose of enabling its members to "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety." AA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking.

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4801 Prescott Ave., Lincoln, NE 68506

Lead Pastor, Simon Liversidge 805.498.2300

Worship Hours

  • Sabbath School: 9:45 – 10:45 am
  • Church Service: 11:00 am

Office Hours

Mon – Thurs, 9 a.m. –  Noon, 1 – 4 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. – Noon

Office: 402.486.2880


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