Changing the World: Through 145 years
A dedicated group of Swedish immigrants built a church in Ham Lake in 1872. This was the beginning of the ministry we now call Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church. We continue to use this chapel for worship and special celebrations. A larger church was built east of Hwy. 65 and the congregation was relocated in 1964.
Our Saviour’s built a third structure and moved to our current site on Jackson St. in 2004. Through all of these changes, God has been at work “changing the world” with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Your participation and generous donations of time and money are vitally important as we continue to “reach out with a voice of Hope” in our day and for many years to come.
Changing the World: Through our Christian Education Programs
The OSLC Sunday school and Wednesday JAM programs currently have 160 children registered. These programs continue to grow. We also have 113 youth registered for confirmation. On October 29, “Confirmation Sunday,” 38 youth will be affirming their faith. Did you know that your generous gifts pay for all the education of our children in Sunday school and confirmation?
Our Saviour’s Preschool has a fall enrollment of 51. This is 17 children more than 2016.
Thanks for your dedication to the ministry of our children. Your gifts are “Changing the World” one child at a time!
2017 Stewardship Program
Throughout the month of October the Stewardship team is celebrating all the ministries that happens at Our Saviour’s to change the world in Jesus’ name! This celebration will culminate with a breakfast on Nov. 19.
The 2017 Stewardship Team members are: Howard White, Ben Bjornson, Wendy and Earl Warren, Matt Wolff, and Pastor Dan Nordin. Be sure to thank this great group for their work.