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What to Expect

We are the neighborhood Lutheran church on the corner, where everyone is welcome as they are, for who they are. We believe everyone matters at Our Saviour's, the new visitor, the long-time member, the elders, the middle-aged, the tiniest child among us, together we are God's people in this place. Whether you're checking us out for the first time, or you've been here awhile, we're excited you're here.  You belong to God's family and we promise there's room for you here!

Are you considering joining us for Sunday worship? Here's answers to some questions you might be having:


Our church building has many accesible options for those with physical disabilites.


Our front doors have handi-cap doors and no stairs.  Inside, we have an elevator that can get you to any floor in our main building. 

Our main bathrooms are wheelchair and family friendly. 

Our santuary has wheelchair seating available in the middle rows. 


Sunday services at Our Saviour's tend to be on the more traditional side. We follow traditional liturgy and sing hymns from a variety of Lutheran hymnals. 

A piano or organ player and vocalist lead us in song each service. 

Sacraments are celebrated during regular worship. 

Each week we confess our faith using a creed and pray the Lord's prayer together. 

Worship is also livestreamed via our Facebook page for those joining us from other places. 


Are Children Welcome?

Yes! In fact, we encourage you to bring your children to worship with you!

While we don't mind noisy children in worship, we do have an unstaffed nursery available for you to use during services, if you would feel more comfortable worshipping from there. The nursery has a changing table, it's own bathroom, and

a rocking chair. 

We often have times during worship where children are invited forward for a special message or song, but do not provide a seperate children's church option. 

Girl at First Communion

Can I Commune?

At Our Saviour's, we celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion every 2nd and 4th Sunday. 

All are welcome at the Lord's table, regardless of church affiliation, membership, age, or church attendance. We believe this is the Lord's table, not our table, and therefore, all are welcome. 

Young children and those who are not comfortable receiving the elements are welcome to come forward to receive a blessing from the pastor. 

Is the Church Accesible?

What is Worship Like?

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