News and Updates
Click HERE for slides presented at the annual meeting.
On April 10, 2016 Countryside launched its Relocation Campaign and shared design plans for the new building on the Tri-Faith Campus
In October 2013, Countryside was asked by the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska to enter in to a dialogue of being part of the Tri-Faith in Omaha, NE. Then in April 2014, the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska asked Countryside to become the Christian presence of the Tri-Faith Initiative and to move to the Tri-Faith Campus. At a Congregational meeting on May 4, 2014, Countryside approved moving forward with a 40-day period to discover, discuss, explore, and pray over this invitation and discern if Countryside is being called to become the Christian presence of the Tri-Faith Initiative
On June 29, 2014, Countryside authorized the Church Council and its designees to undertake whatever additional steps are necessary to determine the potential costs and implications of relocating Countryside to the Tri-Faith campus, as well as what resources are available to cover the costs. The Church Council will provide the Congregation with a report of their findings so that the Congregation can vote at a future meeting of the Congregation, whether to relocate our Church to the Tri-Faith campus.