Youth, Student, and Young Adult Ministry
Our Savior is committed to educational ministry and to providing a community of faith within to travel in each stage of life.
Our Savior was established in 1955 with a ministry to and with Dartmouth students as well as the surrounding communities. Students are regulars at Sunday worship and have served in service projects and on various committees, in the choir or as instrumentalists, as Assisting Ministers, ushers, and readers, on the Church Council, and as Sunday School teachers. Additionally, the Lutheran Student Fellowship has in the past met weekly on Wednesdays during term time, sometimes for “check-in”, sometimes for a meal, and has cooperated with the Episcopal Student Ministry in offering Taizé worship at Rollins. We work closely with the Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth, particularly with planning the Tucker Seminars, and one of our students serves on Tucker’s Interfaith Council.The Young Adult Ministry, which includes graduate students and young adults “in their twenties and thirties”, meets about once a month for a meal and/or activity.