Our Savior Ministries
Our Savior has many ministries that are focused on adults. We have groups and activities that cover a varied area of interests. These activities are organized throughout the year and specifics can be found in the weekly announcements or by calling the church office. Also, check out our special interest groups page for more information.
We think that ministering to our youth is one of the most important jobs we have as a church. This commitment is reflected in our efforts and organization. We have two youth ministers who divide there efforts to cover all ages. We have J.A.M. (Jesus And Me) and V.B.S. (Vacation Bible School) for the younger kids and T.O.E.S. (Teens Of Eternal Salvation) and OSLYG (Our Savior Lutheran Youth Group) for the junior high and senior high youth. We also have a cutting edge, multimedia confirmation program designed to instruct youth in foundational Christian teachings as well as to keep them thoughtfully engaged. For more information about our youth programs and for a schedule of youth events see our Youth Website.
Bible Study is very important part of being a Christian. It is how we grow in our faith and knowledge of our Lord Jesus. We offer many bible studies both on Sunday morning and during the week. There is a current list of adult bible studies available in the weekly announcements.
Little One’s of Our Savior Preschool has both full time and part time programs open to children ages 3 to 5. The full time program is available year round and has extended hours, from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Find out more information by visiting the Preschool page.
Because of sin we live in a fallen world. Therefore, the problem is not 'if' we get into conflict, it is whether we handle the conflict when it happens using our wisdom or God's wisdom.
Who Can Use This Ministry?
Anyone in conflict with someone else can use this ministry. This
could be family, friends, co-workers, or neighbors. It should be
the desire of every Christian to respond to God's grace with obedience
to His Word. This includes striving to keep peace in all
relationships. 1 Peter 3:8-11 puts it this way:
Finally, all of you must live in harmony, be sympathetic, love as brothers, and be compassionate and humble. Do not pay others back evil for evil or insult for insult. Instead, bless them, because you were called to inherit a blessing. For the person who wants to love life and see good days must keep his tongue from evil and his lips from speaking deceit. He must turn away from evil and do good. He must seek peace and pursue it.