Adult Bible Studies
Our small groups, Shepherd Groups, include anywhere from 6-16 people who meet for Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and service projects. One does not need to be a church member to join a Shepherd Group. The ministry is always encouraging groups to grow and new groups to start. Currently, there are a number of different Shepherd Groups that meet at various times and locations throughout the week. If you have any questions or are interested in joining a Shepherd Group, please contact us.
Men‘s Bible Study
This ministry provides is a great way to meet other men and also to offer a helping hand at the same time. We will be offering opportunities to participate in an annual men’s weekend retreat, quarterly inspirational meetings and numerous service projects. The All men are welcomed!
Women’s Bible Study
The women of OSLC join together weekly for fellowship, prayer, study and support, woman to woman!
Bible study is held weekly, Thursday nights from 6:45- 9:00. Curriculum covers topics such asliving and applying the Word during these difficult days it is absolutely essential that we learn to trust the Holy Spirit to enable us to determine what is true and what is false.
Health Ministers and our Parish Nurse work together to provide support, comfort and health education to our congregation and community. We are in the process of expanding our program with a health needs survey and discussions with members or our congregation.
Parish Nurse: Susan Schenk RN, NP, 971-409-4510. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chancel Choir season runs from September through June. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and gather for the Sunday morning warm-up rehearsal at 8:15 a.m. Those who wish to attend the Wednesday evening rehearsals in preparation for “Seasonal Concerts” may do so without a Sunday commitment.
Bells Ringers. If you are interested in playing the bells please contact the office.
OSLC Food Bank
Our Food Bank began many years ago in collaboration with the FISH food bank program. Our Savior’s has designated the 2nd Sunday of each month as Food Bank Sunday for bringing in food and donations to the altar before a service begins.
The Food Bank is open for pickup Mondays through Wednesdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Please contact us if you need more information regarding food pick up or donations.
Our Savior’s adults make a life changing trip every year to our sister church in Les Anglais, Haiti, providing much needed ongoing support and supplies. Our members also provide scholarships for children to attend school on a yearly basis.
House of Zion
For over 35 years Our Savior’s has been involved with this ministry in Woodburn which ministers to the poor. We regularly provide clothing, gifts and food to the ministry and have given a hand in their building expansion.
Letty Owings Center
The Letty Owings Center is a rehabilitation center for young women who want to turn their life around. They are often homeless, addicted and pregnant.
The volunteer work that Our Savior's does there includes craft projects, taking women out for coffee and conversation and holding babies.
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