At Our Savior’s, we understand worship to be a lifestyle—one that encompasses weekend singing and praying as a gathering of our faith community as well as subtler aspects of our everyday individual routines.
Scripture tells us that when we offer our lives to God for God's purpose, we are actually participating in a special, spiritual act of worship. And when, as a church community, we begin to connect to God in a way that goes beyond the motions, we start to see worship in a whole new dimension—one that is an integral part of the way we live our lives and relate to those around us.
Worship emphasizes that we are marked with the cross of Christ and that we are dying and rising. We are, by God’s grace, being born again and again and again. So we invite people to be very conscious that we are living in relationship with God and that God is up to something in our lives and in the world.
We invite you to join us as we sing songs, pray, and continue to find new ways to worship our Creator, both inside and outside church walls.
We offer several worship services throughout the week to accommodate different schedules and types of worship:
- Sunday, 8:30 a.m. Traditional Service
- Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Alternative Service
- Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Worship Service
During the summer months worship is 9:30 a.m. Sunday and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening.
Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday and Wednesday. The early Christians who followed Jesus gathered around WORD and MEAL. In our own Lutheran faith tradition we are invited to receive the assurance of God’s forgiveness, embodied in bread and wine – “given for you” when we worship. Holy Communion is a gift of grace that builds up the body of Christ.
Come between services on Sunday mornings for a fresh cup of coffee, a friendly smile, and to meet some new friends!