Worship on Sundays at 9:30 am
OSLC is a Lutheran Congregation that centers our faith community in worship and the sacraments. We offer a weekly worships service via video. On the second Sundays of each month, communion is celebrated. Click on link below to be directed to the OSLC Vimeo site and access all our worship services:
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What Does Reformation Mean to You?
We are asking for short videos of yourself telling us what Reformation means to you. We will be using these in the October 25 service. Please send your submissions to the church office no later than October 20.
Devotions for Advent & Christmas
Advent is just around the corner and lends itself to spending quiet time with God. OSLC is placing an order for this year's advent devotional through Augsburg Fortress, our Lutheran printing house. This beautiful, full-color Advent and Christmas devotional highlights readings from the gospel, one for each day from the first Sunday of Advent to Epiphany. Each reading is accompanied by a photo, a quote to ponder, a reflection, and a prayer. This accessible and colorful format makes it easy to incorporate a simple Christian observance into your celebration of Advent and Christmas. If you would like to place an order for this devotional book, please contact the church office. They are $3 each and large print versions are $6. Orders are due November 3 and you will be notified when they can be picked up at the office.
Worship needs You!
If you would like to help with a worship video, simply email the email@example.com. We are in need of folks to make a video of themselves reading scriptures or another part of our worship service. You may also make an appointments to come into the office to be recorded, as well.
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.
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.