Worship

Worship
Sunday 9:15 am
Adult Bible Study & Sunday School 10:30 am

Other Services
Ash Wednesday one service at 6:30 pm
Lent Services – Wednesdays 12:00 pm & 6:30 pm
Maundy Thursday 6:30 pm
Good Friday 6:30 pm
Thanksgiving Eve 6:30 pm
Advent Services – Wednesdays 12:00 pm & 6:30 pm
Christmas Eve – Lessons & Carols 6:30 pm
Christmas Day 9:15 am
New Years Eve 6:30 pm

Mid-Week Bible Study
Wednesday 6:30 pm
Thursday 9:00 am

Deaf Ministry
Interpreted Worship Service 9:15 am
Third Sunday

Monthly Bible Study
First Wednesday 6:00 pm

Our Saviour Lutheran Church welcomes all guests and visitors to our worship services, Sunday Schools, and Adult Bible Studies.  If you are thinking about attending one of our services and would like more information, use any of the resources on our contact page.

The Communion Practice of the Orthodox Lutheran Church

God blesses us with the true body and blood of Jesus in the sacrament of Holy Communion and gives forgiveness of sins, eternal life and salvation. We receive these gifts of God in, with and under the bread and the wine (Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22 and 1 Corinthians 10 & 11). All who receive this Sacrament receive Jesus’ body and blood. Those who eat and drink in faith receive God’s gifts. Those who eat and drink in unbelief do so to their eternal judgment.

God exhorts His Church to properly administer Holy Communion and instruct all who would eat and drink this sacrament.  It is for this reason that those who come to Holy Communion are first instructed in the Word of God.

Visitors who are not members of a Lutheran Church Missouri Synod congregation may join Pastor Schneider in a study of the Scripture prior to communing. Completing instruction, you will be invited to become members of Our Saviour congregation, and then to receive Holy Communion. Please speak with Pastor Schneider after worship to schedule your time of instruction.

Members in good standing from sister congregations of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod are asked to speak with Pastor Schneider prior to worship and announce their desire to receive the Sacrament.