We invite you to learn more about IVC Omaha with this video:
Welcome to our web page! We are the Ignatian Volunteer Corps of Omaha. We are men and women over the age of 50 who hear God’s call to serve those in need in our community. We share our skills, talents and life experiences with organizations that directly assist those amoung us who are in need. IVC volunteers make a difference by serving others, working for a more just society and transforming lives!
Along with the volunteer experience, Ignatian Volunteers grow deeper in Christian faith by reflecting and praying in the Ignatian tradition. We believe our reflecting and praying—individually and communally—deepens the experience of service, and is a unique feature of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps. During the months of September through May, we meet once a month to pray together, share our experiences and discuss a book we are reading together.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE?
Come join us! In Omaha we have several Partnering Agencies requesting an Ignatian Volunteer.
If you are interested in requesting an Ignatian Volunteer or becoming an Ignatian Volunteer, please click on Program Details. Or you can contact Becky Ehrman, Regional Director, at 402-681-6311 or by email.
IVC OMAHA IN THE NEWS…
- Regional Director, Becky Ehrman appeared on Channel 3’s The Morning Blend to talk about IVC in Omaha and promote our upcoming event Lent is for Listening. You can watch Becky here.
- Listen to a podcast from Creighton University’s Center for Catholic Thought as they feature IVC Omaha. You can listen here