OSLC Chapel

Ignite Worship - Come Alive

IGNITE! Worship

What is it? A 45 minute worship experience specifically designed for active families.  Interactive, meaningful, and impacting your daily life.  Best of all, people of all ages take part in helping to lead it – that could be YOU!

When is it? Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm.

What are the topics this fall? Life can be so busy that we feel like we’re plodding along, just trying to get through the day…maybe even a little zombie-like! We know what that’s like, so the over-arching theme this year is Come Alive! Being part of the worshiping community on Wednesday nights gives you a chance to worship with friends new & old, rock out and sing praise to God, and hear messages that connect to YOUR life.

The final week in the What’s My Line? sermon series.

  • Nov. 14 Guest Speakers: the Paulson Family
  • Nov. 21 No IGNITE or programs - Join us for Thanksgiving Eve Worship: 6:30 p.m. with pie social following worship. Please bring a pie to share.

The next message series at IGNITE! is The Untold Stories of Advent. As we await the coming of Christmas and prepare for the celebration of Jesus’ birth, we look at the stories that lead up to Jesus’ birth.

  • Nov. 28 Mary & Elizabeth
  • Dec. 5  Promises
  • Dec. 12 Children's Christmas Program
  • Dec. 19 Shepherds & Angels
  • Dec. 26 & Jan. 2  No IGNITE! No programming.

IGNITE! resumes Jan. 9 with our new year’s series: The Fruit Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree.

What's My Line?

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - Come Alive
Theme What's My Line?

Guest Speakers: The Paulson Family

Worship Songs
Opening: I am a Friend of God; The River
Offering: Praise Adonai
Communion: Give Me Jesus
Closing: You Are Good

Wednesdays at the Chapel - 2200 Swedish Dr., Ham Lake

June through August

Summer is the perfect time to venture to Our Saviour’s original building at 2200 Swedish Drive, Ham Lake. It was built in 1872 and has a pump organ! There’s worship every Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. followed by ice cream! Come as you are, and stay after worship for ice cream and conversation.