High School

Every week, High School students from all over Omaha come together to be a part of the Oasis community. Our greatest desire at Oasis is to see students trust Jesus with every aspect of their lives.

Wednesday Nights

Oasis runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and meets in the HUB at Brookside. Each week, students experience hangout time, authentic worship, Bible teaching, and connection with friends in a small group. When coming to Oasis, park or drop-off on the east side of the building; enter through the doors under the car awning.

Sunday Mornings

Also known as Student Impact, students serve throughout the church in areas like children's ministry, production, or our host or coffee teams. They simply pick which area they would like to serve in. This is a great way for students to contribute to the ministry of the church and realize that they are a vital part of our church body. Interested students can sign up via the link on the side bar of this page.

Sign Up For Student Impact

K-12 Anchors

As we work together to help Brookside kids and youth find and follow Jesus, these seven Anchors keep us fixed on this goal. Our programs, events and curriculum center around these goals. Click the button to find out more. 

K-12 Anchors

 

Wed, july 11

Spend the day at Worlds of Fun with Brookside's Oasis (High School) and Tribe (Middles School).
Drop off is at Brookside Church at 7:00am.
Meet in Room #221. Enter on east side of building.
Pick Up is at Brookside Church at 10:30pm Wed night.

Cost: $60. Includes park entry to Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun, lunch and transportation.
We will travel by school bus to the park in Kansas City, MO

What to Bring: sunscreen, modest swimsuit  (for Oceans of Fun), extra money for snacks and dinner to be eaten in the park.  Eat breakfast before you come.

register for Worlds of Fun

 Important Dates

 

July 11

Worlds of Fun Trip with Tribe. (Registration by clicking here.)

July 18

Summer Oasis

July 25

Summer Oasis

August 1

Summer Oasis

 

Baptisms

At Brookside, we believe that baptism is intended for those who have already placed their faith in Jesus. Baptism is a meaningful step of obedience, publicly expressing your faith in Jesus and that Jesus' work on the cross has been applied to you. Watch this short video. 

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