We want to be your spiritual home. If you are seeking a spiritual home, a place of lively worship, honest welcome and true community, consider Our Savior Lutheran Church. We are a worshiping community where individuals and families receive new birth in baptism, forgiveness in confession, and encounter grace and mercy in the Lord’s Supper.
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“I pray that you may have the power to comprehend, with all the saints, what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, so that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.” Ephesians 3:18-19
Dear Visitor to OSLC’s website: Just as our first word to visitors at worship is a word of welcome, so we wish to welcome you to these web pages. Whether you are studying, teaching, or working at Dartmouth, are new to the area, or have lived here for some time and are seeking out a worshiping community in the Upper Valley, we want you to know that the community of faith at Our Savior Lutheran Church and Student Center looks forward to greeting you in person. The OSLC is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.
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Featured Happenings at OSLC:
Calling all cooks to provide a meal the 1st Wednesday of every month for the residents of Dismas House. Up to 3 people are needed each month to make an entree, salad and dessert. The meal can be cooked at home or at Dismas House. Dinner starts at 6 p.m. For more information please talk […]
Wondering how you can serve the wider community?
Here is a small sampling of opportunities.
Contact our church office for more information about any of these opportunities.
From the Pastors:
Welcomed at Lord’s Table, A Homily by the Rev. Michael P. Thomas, delivered Friday, April 10, 2015 at the Funeral of William Chamberlin
Homily by the Rev. Michael P. Thomas,
Delivered, April 10, 2015, Funeral of William Chamberlin
Texts: Psalm 23, Luke 24:13-18, 28-25
Welcomed at the Lord’s Table
“God does not love some ideal person, but rather human beings just as we are, not some ideal world, but rather the real world.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer, German pastor and resister to Nazism.
I first […]
A PLACE FOR LAMENT, a sermon by the Rev. Michael P. Thomas, March 1, 2015, the Second Sunday in Lent
This sermon was preached by the Rev. Michael P. Thomas on Sunday, March 1, 2015, the Second Sunday in Lent. The readings for the day were Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16; Psalm 22:23-31; Romans 4:13-25; and Mark 8:31-38.
A Place for Lament
Today when we sang out with praise and thanksgiving for the blessing of music, we also sang […]