Lent 2023—Worship and Fellowship Opportunities
This page is your quick reference to the 2023 season of Lent at OSLC Join us on our Lenten Journey! There are lots of things going on. See the links below. Pick up a devotional booklet for yourself and one for your child. They are available in the church entryway. If you don’t see one, just ask! Ash Wednesday, February 22, services at noon and 7pm. Weekly Soup Suppers, followed by Lenten Services each Wednesday. Sunday School and Weekly services…
Holden Evening Prayer – Wednesday Evenings in Lent (2023)
Holden Evening Prayer – Every Wednesday “Let my prayer rise up like incense before you.” (Psalm 141) We will join in prayer and song each Wednesday evening in Lent, to strengthen one another in faith and hope. Wednesday offerings will support local ministry through the Emergency Fund. 7:00 pm Weekly In-person and Online (available via Facebook Livestream …if we have a volunteer to do so) See also our worship page for Holden Evening Prayer service.
Contemporary Weekly Worship
Both In-person and Online Our weekly Saturday service offers the ancient faith in a modern and informal style. Music at this service is led by our house band, Voices of Praise. Their style blends contemporary, bluegrass, folk and classical. The roster has changed a little over the years, but the sense of teamwork and the zeal for God’s work has never flagged. The members of Voices of Praise do not think of themselves as performers, but as worship leaders, inviting…
“Simple” Traditional Weekly Worship
Currently being held in-person only. Please join us for our weekly early Sunday “Simple” service with traditional liturgy, an inspiring sermon, and holy communion. Our Sunday morning “Simple” service is spoken word only and vintage Lutheranism: liturgical but not stuffy, with a constant focus on God’s love, communicated through the Word and Sacraments.
Traditional Weekly Worship
Currently being held in-person and online. Please join us for our weekly Sunday service with traditional music and liturgy, an inspiring sermon, and holy communion. Our Sunday morning services are vintage Lutheranism: liturgical but not stuffy, with a constant focus on God’s love, communicated through the Word and Sacraments. If you like classic hymns, a booming organ, the voices of a choir raised in song — and a few moments of silence for prayer and meditation — this is the…