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2035 Jefferson Ave, LINCOLN, Nebraska 68502
2035 Jefferson Ave LINCOLN Nebraska 68502 US
2325 SOUTH 24TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 0.46 mi
2040 SOUTH 22ND STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 0.53 mi
3645 SUMNER STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 0.59 mi
2225 WASHINGTON STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 0.63 mi
3101 C STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 0.65 mi
1101 SOUTH 26TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 0.73 mi
1268 SOUTH 20TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 0.84 mi
852 SOUTH 27TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 0.92 mi
1720 LAKE STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 0.94 mi
3500 SHERIDAN BLVD, LINCOLN, Nebraska 68506 0.96 mi
2902 RANDOLPH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 0.97 mi
Plains Baptist Church is an independent, Fundamental, Bible Preaching Church. Sunday School/Adul...
880 SOUTH 35TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 0.98 mi
4325 SUMNER, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 1.06 mi
A Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod congregation committed to connect people to Christ and to...
1200 SOUTH 40TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 1.07 mi
RURAL ROUTE 1, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502 1.07 mi
1345 S. 16TH STREET, LINCOLN, Nebraska 68502 1.12 mi
735 SOUTH 36TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 1.13 mi
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ANTELOPE PARK CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN is located at 2035 Jefferson Ave in the city of LINCOLN. LINCOLN is located in the beautiful state of Nebraska. According to our database, there are approximately 189 churches in LINCOLN, with 18 Catholic churches, 15 Baptist churches, 1 Pentecostal churches, 19 Methodist churches, and 136 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting LINCOLN, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

The Church of the Brethren, also known as Brethren churches, has existed as a group for over three hundred years. The goal of this Christian church is to simply do what Jesus did while he was here on earth. Members of the Church of the Brethren have the goal in mind to practice peaceful living by listening conscientiously, seeking guidance in the scriptures, and working toward reconciliation. Whether worshiping, serving, learning, or celebrating, Brethren act in community. Together, we study the Bible to discern God's will; we make decisions as a group, and each person's voice matters. If you are interested in more Brethren churches, please browse our site to find a Christian church.