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Inclusive Life began in 2009, in 2010 Inclusive Life became a Nebraska non-profit incorporation, and in 2016 Inclusive Live Center became a 501c3 IRS Tax Exempt Charitable Organization. Inclusive Life has provided many services, programs, and resources to those in need, and will continue to be an organization that serves, includes, and welcomes all people, without exception.T
Today, the Inclusive Life Center serves our community by providing advocacy, outreach, meeting space, and resources. Our commitment to our community is to provide care and services to all, regardless of religious or nonreligious beliefs; address the needs of those underserved, and those who may not have access to needed assistance; promote peace, compassion, and mutual understanding among others through programming, advocacy, outreach, and support; and to operate such programs, entities, and activities.
Our fee for services includes Omaha Officiants, Omaha Wedding Chapel, Omaha Essential Oils, Inclusive Life Fellowship, and Sacred Circles. We provide services to individuals, couples, and families for their weddings, premarital assessments & coaching, grief coaching, funerals, memorials, end of life planning, blessings, baptisms, naming ceremonies, and other life rituals. Our outreach extends to prison visits, hospital visit, nursing home visits, and serving those in need in our community. In 2017 we launched Sacred Circles, a safer space for smaller groups to meet and listen, grown, and share! To learn more about our Fellowship Gatherings, and NEW Sacred Circle Groups click here for details. All are welcome. All are loved.
Our new location at 96th and J offers a beautiful new chapel space, boutique event rental that is a source of revenue for us to provide community outreach, here in the metro area.
“You are not alone, no matter who you are, where you are from, who you love, or what you believe.”
“If you judge people, you have no time to love them”
“Strong people don’t put others down, they lift them up”
-Micahel P. Watson