9:15 a.m., Education Hour and Choir Rehearsal
10:30 a.m., Worship
11:45 a.m., Hospitality Hour
The church is handicap accessible. Gluten-free communion is available. Large print worship materials are offered. Although infants and young children are most welcome in our worship services, our church nursery attendant is available to welcome babies and younger children into the nursery.
PREPARING FOR WORSHIP, 10:30 A.M. MARCH 29, PALM / PASSION SUNDAY: The first and second readings and psalm are the same this Sunday every year: Christ emptying himself of divine power and protection, willingly becoming vulnerable to those who struck him and put him to death. With Christ we lament his suffering and all human suffering, but expect God’s final vindication. Mark’s passion story begins with an unnamed woman anointing his head, perhaps to proclaim him Messiah, and Jesus saying she has anointed him beforehand for burial. Mark’s Easter story will begin with women going to anoint Jesus for burial, only to find that he has been raised, God’s living Anointed One. Sunday’s readings are:
TUESDAYS IN LENT, (THROUGH MARCH 24): The series of Tuesday night Lenten gatherings begins Tuesday, February 24th. We will gather from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. for Vespers on the theme, “Speak, Lord, your servant is listening.” The worship service will be preceded by a simple meal consisting of soup, salad, and bread. Dinner will start at 6:00. All are welcome.
A DAILY LENTEN DEVOTIONAL, written by the OSLC community is available to pick up in the Narthex. It is also available online
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SCHEDULE
We rejoice in the fact that we now are following the candidacy for ordination in the ELCA of four people who were companions in the Gospel with us here at OSLC.
We sent Lauren Heywood ’14 off to the Lutheran School of Theology in Philadelphia this fall. As a current seminarian, she joined John Brett […]
Dear Our Savior Lutheran Church,
Thank you for your prayers, concern and support for the people of the Philippines the past few days as Typhoon Hagupit made its way across the country. While the cost estimates are incomplete at this time, the initial figure is $22 million, with damage to shelter, infrastructure, agriculture and fishing equipment. […]
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