Local Mission

Food 4 Kids

This is the backpack food program for Elkhorn Public Schools. We provide non-perishable food for kids in need to take home for the weekends and to be distributed to hungry kids throughout the school day.

  •           Mac n Cheese Cups
  •           Microwave Pasta Cups
  •           Pop-top Soup
  •           Ramen noodle packets
  •           Fruit cups | Applesauce cups | Pudding Cups
  •           Individual cereal boxes
  •           Single serve oatmeal packets
  •           Pop Tarts
  •           Granola bars/Protein bars

Open Door Mission Lunches

Volunteers will assemble and pack as many lunches as possible from 9:30 am – 10:30 am on Saturday mornings in Bethany’s Mission Center. All food and materials will be provided.

Open Door Mission Crochet Blanket Ministry

Help Bethany provide prayer blankets to the adults being baptized at the Open Door Mission. You can make them at your own home and on your own schedule. Blankets can be knitted or crocheted in any pattern (any yarn weight will do but preferably no wool yarn) and should measure 28 x 32 inches.  

Meals on Wheels

We team up with the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging’s Home Delivered Meals program to fulfill the nutritional needs of homebound senior citizens in the Elkhorn area. Noontime meals are personally delivered Monday through Friday to senior citizens in need. 

Christian Outreach Program Elkhorn

COPE is a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to those whose needs are temporarily greater than their means.  Services provided without boundary area restrictions include monthly food pantry shopping, clothing closet shopping, household goods shopping.  Services provided to those in the Bennington, Elkhorn, and DC West school districts include a Christmas program, Easter food baskets, school supply backpack program as well as rental and utility assistance.

Omaha Bridges Out of Poverty

We partner with Bridges Out of Poverty with their Getting Ahead workshop.  During the ten-week workshop participants that are constantly struggling to make ends meet, living paycheck to paycheck, and cannot see a way out learn that they have the power to influence their future and create a positive change for themselves an their loved ones to break the cycle of poverty.

Lydia House & Men's Garland Center

Each Monday we mentor residents of the Lydia House and Men’s Garland Center at the Open Door Mission.  Join us to share your story, help others learn more about their faith, and live out loving our neighbors.

Want to get involved? Have questions? Contact Kymberly.

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