Cookies for the Holidays for Military Personnel Deployed Overseas
The Evangelism Committee is inviting anyone who may be interested in helping bake cookies for military personnel who will be deployed overseas during the upcoming holidays. If you are interested in baking, please contact the church office or a member of the Evangelism Committee and bring the baked cookies to the church by Monday, November 19th at 6:00 p.m. and join us in packing the boxes. This is an opportunity for anyone who loves to bake to show appreciation to those deployed overseas.
If you have names and addresses of individuals who would appreciate these holiday treats, please provide the name/address to the church office,
A table will be available for
Caring & Sharing “thank offering” donations at our
at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21st.
Caring & Sharing has special requests of each community church for items to be used in the Christmas boxes they provide to the families they service. OSLC members have been asked to donate boxed packaged fruit snacks and boxes of crackers such as Ritz, Wheat Thins, Saltines, etc.; these items may be brought to the Thanksgiving Eve service or at any time. Nonperishable food items, paper products and monetary donations are also greatly needed.
Please remember December is OSLC’s month to donate items to Caring & Sharing and a list will be posted of items needed.
What a wonderful way for us to share God’s blessings with those in need!
The November 2018 Shepherd’s Staff Newsletter is now posted. Click here or click on Information from the menu bar above.
October is Clergy Appreciation month and it is a wonderful opportunity for us to express our thanks to Pastor Ben for his ministry here at Our Saviour’s!
Reformation Sunday is October 28th
Celebrated on the last Sunday in October, Reformation Sunday commemorates the Protestant Reformation as well as Martin Luther, who nailed his 95 Theses to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517, the eve of All Saints’ Day.
Join in the recognition of Reformation Sunday by wearing red to worship on October 28th.
Join us Tuesdays, October 2nd, October 16th &
October 30th at 7:00 a.m. in the downstairs social room!
Invite a friend, and join us!
All men, all ages are welcome!
Questions, talk to Pastor Ben or the church office.
The annual Audubon County CROP Hunger Walk will be held on Sunday, October 14th at 2:00 p.m. meeting at Albert the Bull Park.
CROP stands for “Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty” and supports hunger-fighting work here in Audubon County and around the world. Contact the church office or “The Rock” Youth Leaders if you would like to be a walker. The Rock Youth Group, Confirmation students and many others from OSLC will be participating in the walk and they would love to receive a donation from you! Donations can also be left in the church office or given to one of the youth group leaders.
OSLC 2nd – 6th Grade Kids Choir
will begin in October!
Kids Choir will begin on Wednesday, October 3rd and will meet at OSLC after school until 3:30 p.m. every Wednesday.
If your child(ren) are interested, they can walk to the church after school that day and get more information.
Kids Choir will be singing the 2nd Sunday of each month during 9:00 a.m. worship, along with some other dates around the holidays.
What a joy and blessing it will be to again have Kids Choir as a part of
our worship services!
The October 2018 Shepherd’s Staff Newsletter is now posted. Click here or click on Information from the menu bar above.
Quilting is an important ministry at OSLC, reaching out to those in our country and around the world who are in need of a warm blanket.
Quilting will resume on
Monday, September 10th meeting in the downstairs social room at 1:15 p.m.
Fabric donations are appreciated for making quilt tops, backs and liners (cotton is preferred). Watch for fabric sales, twin size flat sheets make nice backings.
Invite a friend and join in the fellowship and in the Women of Faith Mission Outreach Ministry. Coffee and snacks are enjoyed.
You will be blessed to be a blessing by assembling these gifts of warmth and comfort.
For more information, go to lwr.org/quilts.
No Quilting experience necessary – just a desire to help someone in need.