Summer Worship Hours

Our normal schedule:
Sunday 8:00am - Worship
Sunday 9:00am - Sunday School
Sunday 10:00am - Worship
Wednesday 6:00pm - Midweek Worship


Baptism is not something we do for God. It is something that God does for us! Through water and God’s Word, God makes us children of God and part of God’s kingdom. It links us to the death of Christ and to his resurrection.

Lutherans baptize people of all ages. Whether you are seeking baptism for yourself or for your child, we would love to share this wonderful gift of God with you! Contact us for more information.

Holy Communion
Holy Communion

Holy Communion is a gift instituted by Christ during the Last Supper. It’s during Holy Communion that we receive the true Body and Blood of Christ-his real presence with us. It is through Christ’s words, “given for you” and “shed for you…for the forgiveness of sin,” that we receive forgiveness, life and salvation from Christ. We offer Holy Communion at all worship services. You don’t need to be a member of Our Savior’s, or even a Lutheran, to share in Christ’s presence here. The Holy Spirit has gathered us all together here, and Christ has made a place for you at his table.

We offer Holy Communion milestone classes to our 5th graders. They celebrate this important milestone during the Maundy Thursday Worship Service. The child’s family is involved in the Holy Communion Milestone Service. We also work with families who wish for their children to begin sharing Holy Communion at a younger age with appropriate instructions and preparation.

Healing Service
Healing Service

Due to COVID, we have not been holding healing services, please submit a prayer request or call the church office with any prayer needs.

Our Lord Jesus healed many as a sign of the reign of God come near and sent the disciples to continue this work of healing-with prayer, the laying on of hands, and anointing. In the name of Christ, the great healer and reconciler of the world, we entrust to God all who are in need of healing.

Those who sense the need for God’s healing in any aspect of their lives may come forward to receive the gifts of prayer, anointing, and of the laying on of hands. These signs, first given in baptism, tell us again that we are sealed by the Holy Spirit and marked forever with the cross of Christ, who is health and salvation for the whole world.

In its ministry of healing, the church does not replace the gifts of God that come through the scientific community. The church offers and celebrates gifts such as these: God’s presence with strength and comfort in time of suffering, God’s promise of wholeness and peace, and God’s love embodied in the community of faith.