At Our Saviour, worship is the center of all we do. Grounded in the Word of God and the sacraments of baptism and holy communion, coming together as a community, whether in person or virtually, is our grounded center.
Worship is focused on hearing how God is working in the here and now and how the resurrection of Jesus matters to each and every one of us. We hear about the radical welcome Jesus offers to each of us no matter where or who we are. Those who attend Our Saviour are all in different places in their faith life. We are all seekers and journeyers and you are welcome to come and journey together, recognizing our differences and honoring them as people of God.
Sunday worship services are followed by our awesome coffee hour in the parish hall.
Baptism is a key part of worship at Our Saviour. We welcome all seekers who wish to be baptized or seek to have their child baptized. Baptisms are held within the worship service after a conversation with our pastor.
Communion is a place where God breaks into the world and lands in the hands of the believer. We have an open table policy for communion meaning all faiths and denominations are welcome to receive communion. Young children may receive at their parents’ discretion. This is Jesus’ gift to the world, so all are welcomed at the table.
Due to the size of the church, Our Saviour is the perfect place to have a smaller wedding. Physically, we can hold up to 140 people shoulder to shoulder, so if you are looking for a smaller venue, we might be the place for you. Pastor Johnson is open to talking to all couples regardless of membership and we welcome all orientations and genders. Conversation with the pastor is needed and we generally do not allow other officiants to perform weddings, but are willing to work with them.