Web Administrator is on vacation Feb. 1–12.  Website will again be updated on Feb. 15.


“Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, to the glory of God.”  Romans 15:7

We welcome new visitors and old friends, long-time Lutherans, Christians from every tradition, and people new to faith. To those who have no church home, want to follow Christ, have doubts, do not believe, you are welcome here. Regardless of age, color, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status, marital status, abilities or challenges, join us, you are welcome here. You are welcome to worship, to celebrate and sorrow, to rejoice and recover. This is a place where lives are made new. 

OSLC Events–Check out the ECHOES Newsletter for ALL events

Ways to Help in February

February 7, 14, 21, & 28
Samaritan Bethany Worship Mobility
Help residents attend church and get back to their rooms on Sunday morning.  Sign up is available on the Volunteer Bulletin Board.

February 7
Souper Bowl Sunday
The Souper Bowl of Caring utilizes Super Bowl weekend in America to mobilize young people to fight hunger and poverty in their local communities.  Look for the youth in the Narthex.

World Hunger Sunday
Another great way to fight hunger through Lutheran World Relief. Envelopes will be available from an Usher. Your donations to LWR are tax deductible.

IHN Hosting
OSLC will be hosting the Interfaith Hospitality Network the week of February 7.  Want to help out? Contact Bill Nicklay to find out how at 269-2336

February 14Fair Trade Chocolate Sales

Buying Fair Trade ensures that you’re getting quality products and the people get a fair deal for their hard work. In fact, your everyday purchases can help farmers and factory workers in 70 countries work in safe conditions, earn extra money to invest in their communities and improve the lives of their families. Chocolates will be for sale at 9:15am and after the 10:30 worship.
February 20—Noon Meal at Christ United Methodist
A few times a year OSLC commits to helping our community that is in need of a hot meal. There are 2 different shifts to choose from (prepping & serving).  See the sign-up on the Volunteer Bulletin Board or call the church office to sign up at 289-3021.

All Women and Girls of Our Saviors Church Are Invited to the Annual Prayer Pal Event—Mark your calendars02-2016 pray pal event

Monday, February 15 at 7 p.m.
Dessert and coffee will be provided.
Rochester Author C.H. Armstrong will discuss her debut novel “The Edge of Nowhere,” a work of historical fiction.
We will be doing a book exchange! Bring TWO books that you can part with. One will be exchanged and the other will be donated.
Please sign-up to attend in the narthex by Sunday, January 31, 2016. Remind your friends to sign-up, too!
Jorrie L. Johnson 507-259-6362, jorrie@RWmagazine.com

If you are unable to attend and would like a prayer pal or have questions, call Ruth Moran at 282-7971

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