OSLC Chapel
Our Saviour's ChapelWednesdays at the Chapel

2200 Swedish Dr., Ham Lake

6:30 p.m. - through August 29

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! If you need a reason to go there, 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.

Look for this special worship event, at the Chapel:Family Picnic and Worship

Aug. 15—Family Night at the Chapel with kid-friendly worship songs. Bring the family or come alone and be with your congregational family. Face painting, games, and more.

5:30 p.m. Picnic—Come for hot dogs, potato chips, watermelon, and s’mores! Free will donation. Bring your own chair or blanket.

6:30 p.m. Worship—Enjoy a kid friendly worship with Bible songs from your childhood. Ice cream served following worship. All are welcome. See you there!


IGNITE! Worship returns Wednesday, September 12 at 6:30 p.m.

IGNITE worship is interactive, meaningful, and designed to impact your daily life.

The band will be sharing familiar songs and some new ones!  As always, the main goal is to worship God through music. Everyone is encouraged to  clap, dance and sing along. The band counts it as a true blessing to be part of this worship. It is sure to be another exciting, spirit filled year growing in faith and relationship with Christ. Check out this year's new song: Everything Comes Alive by We Are Messengers.
Theme for 2018-19 - Come Alive
  • September—we'll talk about Radical Love—what God has done for us and how we, as Christians, relate to other faiths.
  • October/November—What's My Line?--What has God called us to be and do, individually and all together?
  • Advent (December)—we'll talk about The Untold Stories of Advent—Besides Jesus' birth, who's in the story of Christmas?
  • January—The Fruit Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree—In Galatians, there's a list called "the fruits of the Spirit"—attributes that grow from us naturally as we grow close to God.
  • February—we'll look at ways to pray using a theme called Teach Us to Pray—Jesus' disciples said that to him, and so will we.
  • Finally, after Easter—our theme will be, logically enough, After Easter.