Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church

at 5529 Leavenworth St, Omaha, 68106 United States

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church serves and proclaims God's Word to our members, students and people in our community and around the world.

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church
5529 Leavenworth St
Omaha , NE 68106
United States
Contact Phone
P: (402) 551-0244


We welcome you to this brief look at Mt. Calvary Lutheran School. Mt. Calvary has been providing quality educational opportunities for students of all faiths in the Omaha area for over 75 years. Mt. Calvary serves children in their most formative years, kindergarten through eighth grade. We believe that our Lutheran school offers an excellent opportunity not only for the student’s academic development but also the development of the student as a whole person on moral, spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical levels. We invite you to consider Mt. Calvary Lutheran School for your child’s educational needs. Mt. Calvary Lutheran School provides an environment that fosters learning. Our school provides a warm and caring environment. In a small school such as Mt. Calvary, students receive more personal attention. Students at Mt. Calvary become part of an extended family, one where every student and teacher knows each other. At Mt. Calvary, teaching is a ministry as well as a profession. Our full-time teachers are fully certified in the state of Nebraska. In addition, the majority of our teachers have been Synodically trained at Lutheran Church –Missouri Synod colleges. Choosing Mt. Calvary means parents have chosen to educate their children in the greatest way possible, integrating religious values into the total curriculum. The core curriculum includes reading, phonics, grammar, spelling, handwriting, literature, math, science, social studies and religion. Other programs offered include computer literacy, art, music, Spanish, physical education, speech, and drama. Mt. Calvary is an Approved School under the law of the State of Nebraska.

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5529 Leavenworth St Omaha , NE 68106 United States

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church serves and proclaims God's Word to our members, students and people in our community and around the world.

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Robert "Bob" Earl Lange, long time Principal of Mount Calvary Lutheran School passed away recently in Cullman Alabama. Bob Lange was principal at Mt. Calvary in the late 90's and early 2000's. Mr. Lange taught 7th and 8th grades in addition to being principal at Mt. Calvary. More recently Bob Lange was principal St. Paul's Lutheran School in Cullman Alabama. "Mr. Lange" as he was known by many of his students will be dearly missed as a lifelong servant of Christ. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Lange family.

Published on 2014-11-18 10:31:56 GMT

Don't Forget Voters' Meeting after Church on October 12th! We will also have an indoor picnic with food leftover from the neighborhood Barbeque.

Published on 2014-10-07 09:47:44 GMT

Forty-Three Down, Nine to Go! A message from Pastor Houge: What’s that title all about? Well, it was forty-three weeks ago that we be- gan our 52 Week Bible Reading Plan which we called “The Berean Chal- lenge,” named after the Berean believers of Acts 17:11, who “received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.”In nine weeks many of us will come to the end of this particular Bible reading journey. (One couple in our congregation has actually been reading the daily chapters to each reading out loud!) But I hope it’s not really an end of the daily Bible reading experience, but rather the continuation of a life long habit of reading God’s Word daily and letting God speak personally to us through His Word, living and active. During this month of October, as we approach the 497th anniversary of the Reformation, I am reminded of Luther’s love for the Bible. The day before Luther died he wrote a short note that was found on the table next to his bed. The note contained words of praise for the Bible and an appeal to read it with a humble spirit.It seems that these were fitting last words for someone whose entire life was marked by his love of Scripture and his struggle to reform the Church around the truth and authority of God’s Word. Luther was informed by the Word of God, but also he was inspired by the Word of God. He read the Bi- ble not only in an academic way, but also in a personal, devotional way. This devotional aspect comes through in his description of his famous “Tower Experience.” After reading and finally really understanding Romans 1:17, Luther reflected, “There I began to understand that the righteousness of God is that by which the righteous lives by a gift of God, namely by faith....Here I felt that I was altogether born again and had entered the gates of paradise itself through open gates.” The more we read of Luther’s life, the more we get a sense of his incredible love for the Bible. Once he wrote, “For some years now, I have read through the Bible twice every year. If you picture the Bible to be a mighty tree and every word a little branch, I have shaken every one of these branches because I wanted to know what it was and what it meant.”For Luther, Scripture was the voice of the living God who spoke directly to His people. My prayer is that the Bible will be that to each of us as well. As we daily encounter God in His Word, may we see Jesus, the Bible’s central figure, and be drawn personally ever closer to Him. I pray that the Good News that Luther discovered that we are justified by grace through faith will be daily Good News for you. So, go ahead and shake that tree! That’s what good Bereans – and good Lutherans – would do!

Published on 2014-10-07 09:37:01 GMT

Today is Wear Team Spirit Clothes Day! Show that Blue and White and celebrate #LutheranSchoolsWeek

Published on 2014-03-04 17:29:05 GMT

Today is the official start of the #LutheranSchoolsWeek work week! Today is Comfy Clothes Day/Pajama Day!

Published on 2014-03-03 14:04:56 GMT

Only two days until the start of #LutheranSchoolsWeek! #KindergartenRoundup is also this Sunday from 3-5pm

Published on 2014-02-27 18:24:58 GMT

It is #TestimonialThursday again and we have a message to share with everyone from one of our #4th grade students: “I love Mt. Calvary because they helped me learn more about God. Also we get more individual attention. They help me a lot by helping me on problems I don’t understand. We have good classes that can get you a good job when you grow up.” #MtCalvaryMidtown #Lutheran #School

Published on 2014-02-13 21:40:56 GMT

#KindergartenRoundup will be held on the 2nd of March! If you know of any prospective #Kindergartners or #Parents let them know about the event!