Adult Faith Formation & EvangelizationWitnessing to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Living the Sacramental Life
1. BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY
Whether you’re new to Catholicism or seeking for a renewal in your faith life, Martyrs welcomes you.
2. BE FORMED AND SERVE
Learn more about Scripture, theology, and philosophy through our in person and online classes and speakers. Plus, grow in community through parish groups and service together.
3. SHARE THE GOOD NEWS
Share the Good News with others through simple hospitality and an invitation.
Adult faith formation at Martyrs
Is all about helping you encounter Christ and grow in faith
From complete newbies to seasoned Catholics, those unsure to those fully committed, from small group discipleship to large audience lectures, parish ministry to going to the homes of the poor, Martyrs welcomes everyone and provides many opportunities for you to encounter Christ, grow in your faith, and serve others.
Come and see
RCIA is the perfect place to come hear about the Catholic faith and meet some people from the parish. There is no commitment or cost. Just come.
Get Connected. Get Involved.
If you’re looking for a small group to join or a ministry to get involved with, check out these:
Meet Our Team
Fr. Nathan Hall
Coming most recently from Hastings, and following on several years teaching high school, Fr. Hall is overjoyed to be the new pastor here at Martyrs. Fr. Hall was an engineer for a few years before hearing the call to the priesthood. He was also in a rock band and still performs from time to time. Fr. Hall does not love sweets, but he does love teaching the faith, counseling souls, and being the pastor here at Martyrs.
Fr. Joseph Wahlmeier
Fr. Wahlmeier grew up near Hastings, NE as the eleventh of fifteen children. After graduating from St. Gregory the Great Seminary, he spent four years in Rome completing his theological training, working on an advanced degree in biblical theology, and getting to know the Church Universal. He’s passionate about Scripture and languages and enjoys dabbling in painting and board games. But mostly he enjoys being a priest at Martyrs.
Mark is a proud husband and father of five little ones. After attending UNL and St. Greg’s Seminary, he went on to get a MA in theology at Franciscan University and is currently finishing a PhD in theology at Ave Maria University. Nothing gets Mark more jazzed than sharing the faith with others, talking theology with fellow nerds, and reading good books with a cup of coffee or a cold beer. And he loves being the Director of Adult Faith Formation and Evangelization at Martyrs.