2019-2020 Divine Liturgies in Omaha and Lincoln, NE
Our next liturgical Typika service is scheduled at 4 PM on September 12 at St. Gerald Chapel in Ralston, NE. We will be following the guidelines established by the Eparchy of Parma for a liturgical service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The celebrant will wear a mask when incensing the church and distributing communion.
People attending the liturgical service must wear a mask and follow social distancing rules when inside the chapel.
Do not form a line for holy communion. You should go up individually for communion and remove your mask just before receiving communion.
Holy communion will be distributed by individual spoons for each communicant After a liturgy the spoons will be washed and then boiled for 15 minutes in order to kill any COVID-19 virus.
We have the books “Typika without a priest” but cannot distribute them. An abbreviated copy of this book can be accessed by the following link.
The church will be cleaned before and after each liturgical service.
We do not have any plans when Divine Liturgy will resume. We will send out an e-mail announcing this in the future.
We are investigating the feasibility of streaming a live video of our liturgical services. You can continue to go to to see liturgies streamed live. The following schedule is used (this is in the Eastern time zone) for liturgies that are broadcast from the cathedral in Parma, Ohio.
Monday - Friday:
8AM Divine Liturgy
8:00AM Slavonic Divine Liturgy
4PM Great Vespers
5PM Divine Liturgy
9:30AM Divine Liturgy
11AM Divine Liturgy
You can view the Divine Liturgy online from St. John the Baptist Byzantine Cathedral on Sundays at 11 AM Eastern time, 10 AM Central time by going to the following link: https://parma.org/live
All Liturgies at St. Gerald's Chapel start at 5 PM.
Omaha Liturgies take place at:
St. Gerald's Lakeview Chapel
7857 Lakeview St.
Ralston, NE 68127
Lincoln Liturgies are at:
St. George Ukrainian-Byzantine Catholic Church
3330 N 13th St.
Lincoln, NE 68521
A potluck dinner is held after the Divine Liturgy in Lincoln at St. George Ukrainian-Byzantine Catholic Church.
If you wish to bring a dish to the potluck dinner after the Divine Liturgy in Lincoln, please notify Rita Anderson. Her e-mail is
We do not have any plans when we will resume liturgies at St. George Ukainian-Byzantine Catholic Church in Lincoln.
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