Welcome to Our Savior’s Lutheran Church!

We welcome you to experience our dynamic, growing congregation! Our vision is to reach every person with the love of Christ.
God’s work. Our hands.
July 25/26 – August 15/16 
In Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan, the hero is someone who gets off his donkey and helps someone in need. Through small and big acts of kindness or generosity God’s work, God’s kingdom agenda, continues to get done. In this series we are going to pray for God’s kingdom to come to our community. We are going to ask God to bless us so we can be a blessing to others. We are going to ask God to do His work through our hands. And then, on one day (Aug. 16) all together we are going to get off our donkeys and go serve others
July 25/26        Your Kingdom Come
Colossians 1:11-20 | Psalm 146:5-10 | Mark 10:13-16
August 1/2       Blessed to Be a Blessing
Genesis 12:1-9 | Psalm 67 | Matthew 5:13-16
August 8/9       Just Passing By
1 John 3:16-23 | Psalm 25:1-9 | Luke 10:25-3
August 15/16   Get Off Your Donkey
Parenting in the Pews: Parents, click here for resources for Sunday’s sermon. 

 Worship with us:

Saturday 5 PM traditional
Sunday 8 AM traditional
Sunday 9:30 AM outdoors
(weather permitting)
OSLC map
bbq picSUMMER FUN NIGHT Aug. 5
6:30 PM Grill Out/Potluck
in OSLC’s beautiful back yard
Evite info here
Great Food, Great People, Great FUN!
gods work our hands aug 16 2015 poster
*Fowler Lake/Ocon. River Clean Up
*Imagination Station Park Clean Up
*Adopt a Highway Clean Up
*Treats for Police & Fire Depts
*Tricia’s Troops Gift Bag Packaging
*Nature Hill Trail Chipping
*Water & Treat Station at OSLC
*Cards for Shorehaven Residents
*Family Promise Projects, …..
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Sign up to help here
Family Promise provides temporary shelter and case management services to those in need. Find out more at www.fpowwc.org
JOB OPPORTUNITIES at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. (OSLC is an AWESOME place to work!)

Join ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton and William B. Horne II, an ELCA member from Clearwater, Fla., for a live webcast conversation on the complexity and implications of racism Aug. 6 at 8 p.m. (CDT).

“God’s intention for all humanity is that we see the intrinsic worth, dignity and value of all people. Racism undermines the promise of community and fractures authentic relationships with one another. We need to talk and we need to listen, but we also need to act,” says Eaton.
Through its social statement – Freed in Christ: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture – ELCA members have expressed this church’s calling to confront racism and advocate for justice and fairness for all people. The statement is grounded in the conviction that the church has been gathered together in the joyful freedom of the reign of God announced by and embodied in Jesus. That reign has not come in its fullness, but the message of God’s “yes” to the world breaks down all dividing walls as we live into that promise.

“Talking about race and racism is hard work for most of us,” says Horne. “Our Christian witness compels us to confront our sinfulness in all forms from within and outside of ourselves. It is more beneficial if we do it together.”

 A live stream will be available at www.Facebook.com/Lutherans.

See more at: http://www.elca.org/webcast#sthash.d4fmzAiR.dpuf