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On Sundays we have two morning worship services and a Contemporary Service every Saturday night. We have multiple social ministries, bible studies, and group meetings throughout the week. We would love to have you participate at any or all levels! Look around our site and discover your place of connection at Our Saviour Lutheran Church.
The Christmas Season at Our Saviour
The Night the Animals Sang—OSLC Sunday School Pageant: On Sunday, December 21st, at 10:30 a.m., as part of the regular worship service, the children and youth of the congregation will lead us in this folk-tale about the first Christmas Eve. Come and bring friends!
Then, the night we’ve been waiting for:
Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24th
4:00 p.m. Family Worship with Carols, Communion and Blessing of Home Nativity Sets
All are welcome to celebrate the birth of Christ with this festive service, made a bit more accessible to our younger ones, but with plenty for all. Please bring a character to represent your manger scene at home. We will bless them, as well as the OSLC Nativity, in the service. The organ, music by our youth, and handbells will guide the music.
7:00 p.m. Candles, Carols and Communion
Help us welcome the Word Made Flesh in this traditional service of carols and candle lighting with the celebration of Holy Communion. The organ, handbells and Sunday Adult Choir will guide the music.
10:30 p.m. Candles, Carols and Communion
Help us welcome the Word Made Flesh in this traditional service of carols and candle lighting with the celebration of Holy Communion. The organ, harp, and Voices of Praise will guide the music.
First Sunday of Christmas: On Saturday, December 27th at 5:30 p.m., and Sunday, December 28th, at 8 and 10:30 a.m., come hear the story of Jesus’ presentation at the temple and hear the famous words of Simeon, “Lord, now let your servant go in peace, your Word has been fulfilled.”
Yes, the Word of God has come—to us! The Word has been fulfilled—for us! O Come, All Ye Faithful! Come and celebrate this good news!
A blessed Advent and joyous Christmas to you all!
Pastors Terri and Michael