Saturday: 6:00 PM, Sunday: 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM

23, March, 2015Posted by :WorshipMusic

We are in the homestretch of the season of Lent!  This Wednesday will be the last of our mid week services at 11am and 7pm as we hear another conversation under the cross and gather for soup and salad at noon and 6pm.  If you haven’t experienced any of these services, this is a great opportunity to hear an inspiring conversation about how God is at work in a person’s life, and to experience that most beautiful musical worship setting of Holden Evening Prayer at our 7pm service.


Then next Sunday is Palm Sunday!  Palm Sunday and Holy Week brings us to the heart of the Christian faith, as we remember the distance God was willing to go to seek out and reclaim God’s beloved yet fallen creation.  On Palm Sunday all worshippers will receive palm crosses made by a community of Christians in Africa.

To see and hear recent services at Our Savior, or watch the services “live streaming” as they happen,  you can log in from our website, as well as being able to keep up with all that is going on around Our Savior.

Have a blessed week.  See you in church!

Pastor Jack Diehl +




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