Regular Services and Times

Regular Services and Times

In-person worship continues!

For more information on worshiping in-person, what to expect, how you can help, and more, please visit Worship During Covid (as of November 10, 2020). 

Additionally, for those who are not yet comfortable with in-person worship or for whatever reason are unable to attend, we will continue providing weekly services via Facebook on Saturdays at 5:30 pm (contemporary service with Voices of Praise) and Facebook Live on Sundays at 10:00 am (traditional service with music). Recorded services will be posted on each week’s Worship page along with the full bulletin and the text of each week’s sermon.

Click here to access future and past worship services and sermons 

During 2020, Our Saviour celebrates Holy Communion each Sunday morning in worship and by appointment with the pastors throughout the week. All baptized Christians are invited to share in the Lord’s Supper, and those who have not been baptized are encouraged to come forward with their arms crossed and receive a blessing.

To inquire about being baptized or married at Our Saviour, please contact a pastor directly.

Contemporary:
Saturday Evening – 5:30 pm

For more than ten years, our Saturday service has offered the ancient faith in a modern and informal style. During 2020, this service has not always offered Communion, but that is unusual.

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 all the People of God to join in song together.

Traditional:
Sunday Morning – 10:00 am

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. During 2020, we have had to scale back our singing dramatically, but we are still led by the organ and offer a few moments of silence for prayer and meditation.