Worship on Sundays at 9:30 am
OSLC is a Lutheran Congregation that centers our faith community in worship and the sacraments. We offer weekly communion as we worship in a relaxed, traditional manner. We have a beautiful organ, a faithful choir, and a great time sharing the peace!
Join us...all are welcome here in this place.
Hebrews Sermon Series
The letter the Hebrews contains some favorite bible passages. Talk about entertaining angels unaware and living among a great cloud of witnesses...wow! But just why was this letter written and how might it speak to us today?
Join us for worship this July as we spend several weeks in Hebrews.
July 14 Jesus our Brother
July 21 Jesus our High Priest
July 28 Jesus the Mediator with God
August 14 Jesus the Author and Perfecter of Faith.
Assisting Minister Training
Sunday, July 21
Assisting Ministry provide worship leadership on Sunday mornings. From helping with prayers to serving communion, these servants fulfill a wonderful role in our liturgy. If you are interested in learning how to serve as an Assisting Minister, please attend this 30 minute training event. Questions? Speak with Pastor Karn.
Back to School Blessing
Sunday, August 4
During worship all students, teachers, aids, cafeteria workers, bus drivers, parents…. anyone for whom back to school impacts their lives…..will receive a blessing for the year!
Youth Sunday August 4
On Sunday, August 4 the Youth will lead our time of worship together. Come and sing some great camp songs and hear all about their summer experiences.
How do we determine what Scripture text to read in worship? OSLC uses the narrative lectionary. The Narrative Lectionary is a four-year cycle of readings. The Biblical texts include the major episodes in Scripture. They are arranged in a narrative sequence to help people see Scripture as a story that has coherence and a dynamic movement. Texts were selected that lead well to the proclamation of what God is doing. The stories tell of hope and disappointment, suffering and redemption. In all these varied contexts, we find God dealing with the complexities of human life. Stories from the gospels differ each year, avoiding repetition and highlighting what is distinctive about each gospel’s telling of the story of Jesus.
Join us for worship on Sundays at 9:30 am.
Toddlers Welcome in Worship
What a wonderful thing that we have toddlers in worship each week. In order to help our littlest guests feel welcome, there are some baskets of age appropriate toys in the back row of the sanctuary. Parents and grandparents, please let your toddler use them, they are active, growing children of God! Anti-Bacterial wipes are provided for a quick clean up after use.
The rest of us, please keep an eye out for the children and their toys. If their busyness is distracting for you, you are encouraged to move towards the front and center of the worship space.
The emBELLish choir regularly enhances worship by performing songs of praise.Bells will resume rehearsing in August.
Share Your Musical Talents
If you play an instrument or sing, we would love for you to share your musical talent! Music enhances our worship experience. If you are interested in solo or small ensemble participation, please contact our Choir Director, Terry Williams.
Join the Church Choir
Share your voice in praise!
Rehearsals on Wednesdays
We sing regularly for worship services on Sunday. Whether you are a seasoned vocalist or new to organized choir feel free to come some Wednesday night and give Choir a shot! Choir rehearsals resume in August.
Worship needs You!
Ushers, Greeters, Readers, Communion Servers, Sound, Projectionists, and Assisting Ministers, it takes many people each week to offer a quality worship service. Thanks to everyone who already serves in any of these capacities. You are a great group of people and there is always room for more. So if you would like to serve in any of these positions or already do, simply email the firstname.lastname@example.org to put your name on the list.