WORSHIP WITH US
Service Folders are linked on the Announcements & Schedules page of this website.
Two worship services are held Sunday mornings: a traditional service at 8:30 a.m., and a more contemporary service at 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Vespers/Prayer Service: There is a small Evening Prayer or Vespers Service (without preaching) offered to any members who would like to gather for mid-week prayer at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Per CDC guidelines, most Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted for our worship services. Masks are optional at your discretion. Communion restrictions have also been lifted and Common Cup has been reinstated as an option. Communion will be offered every Sunday each month.
Our 8:30am early service is Our Savior's traditional service for early risers, fusing long-established elements of worship with Lutheran expressions of faith. From hymns of praise that you’ll remember from your youth—to liturgy and scripture read corporately—to a Bible-based message that will challenge and equip you—you’ll feel right at home in this early-morning service with a traditional style.
There's something for all ages during Our Savior's Bible Class hour. Join us as we take a deeper look at what God has to tell us through His Word and deepen our faith in Him.
A multi-generational gathering, the 11:00am service at Our Savior fuses time-honored and theologically-rich elements of liturgy with contemporary hymns and songs of praise. You’ll also feel right at home in this late-morning service with a classic touch.
"Come and see" are the words Christ used when his soon-to-be disciples wanted to see where he stayed. We have chosen these words to invite you to see where Christ is each and every day. His presence and his love are found everywhere in our school: in our dedicated teachers and staff, in our intimate classrooms, and in our community and extracurricular activities.
Our goal is for each child entrusted to our care to feel safe and secure and have an opportunity to develop their God-given talents and skills to the highest level possible.
"Come and see" for yourself!
Wes Wrucke, Principal