Here’s your look at some of the things happening at Our Savior’s. See the current bulletin announcements at oslchurch.com for all the latest!
The Lenten Journey at Our Savior’s: Midweek Lenten Worship continues on Wednesdays at 12:00 and 6:40 p.m., in the Sanctuary.
Don’t forget to bid on items for the Silent Auction! You’ll find themed baskets for everything from date night to Augie games as well as home décor items and a TV! All items are new or handmade! You don’t want to miss the experiences each of our pastors have for you to bid on as well! Come to find a good deal and to make a generous donation to fund life-changing summer trips for OSL youth to Minneapolis and Houston. The auction is open through March 4.
The OSL Library is hosting a Resurrection Egg Hunt in the Library each Sunday and Wednesday through April 1, to keep God’s grace at the heart of the Lenten season. Children and youth who check out items and find one of the Resurrection Eggs hidden among the Library shelves will receive a prize after they explain the way the item inside relates to the Easter story.
Connecting Faith and Life, an adult discussion and study group facilitated by Pr. Randy, is studying the book Loving Jesus by Mark Allan Powell on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m., in the Conference Room. This class is an exploration of how simple religious practices can move us toward a closer walk with Jesus. A $15 donation will help cover the cost of the book, which is available in the Church Office or at the Information Center. All are welcome.
The OSL Library’s Winter One Church One Read title is Wonder by R. J. Palacio. The Library has 12 copies. The discussion will take place on March 18 in the Conference Room.
Looking for engaging conversation on matters of faith and life in a fun, informal setting? Join Pr. Randy for Theology Tapped tonight, Thursday, Feb. 22, from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m., at Monk’s House of Ale Repute, 420 E. 8th St.
OSL Dining Out—an evening of dinner and fellowship at a local restaurant—will meet at Nikki’s Burrito Express, 905. E 8th St., at 5:45 tomorrow evening, Friday, Feb. 23, for good food, good conversation, and good friends you may have not met yet! Sign up with Donna Wilson, 371-1518.
The Silent Auction Banquet is this Sunday, Feb. 25, at 5:00 p.m. Come for a fun night out to bid on items, enjoy a delicious garlic herb chicken meal, and be entertained by talented members of the congregation. Tickets are available at the ticket table at the south entrance and from any of the youth going on summer trips..
The OSL Chili Cook-Off and Cupcake Walk will be on Sunday, March 4, following 11:00 worship services! Whip up your best recipe and enter it for judging, or just bring in a pot of your finest to share for lunch (chicken noodle soup will be available, too). Tasting for judging will be from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Cupcake donations will be appreciated! Sign up at the Information Center, or contact Loretta Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-2942, ext. 14. The Cook-Off and Cupcake Walk is a fundraiser for Mission: Possible.
Start the Conversation, a two-part discussion of various topics related to family processes and aging will begin on Sunday, March 11, with “Start the Conversation: Anticipating Future Family Transitions.” Staff from Good Samaritan will bring a panel to Fellowship Hall, from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m., to lead the discussion. The second part of the discussion will be held in April; watch for details. Questions? Michelle Anderson, email@example.com or 336-2942, ext. 28.
OSL’s Recent Loss Group will begin on Wednesday, Feb. 28, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., in the Chapel. Contact Michelle Anderson, RN, Faith Community Nurse, firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-2942, ext. 28, to preregister. OSL Community Supper is available before the meeting, at 5:00 in The Gathering Place.
One of the ways OSL reaches out to people is through the ministry of Project CAR. Currently, Project CAR has openings for drivers on Sunday mornings. They have their own fleet of cars, their own insurance, and complete training and support for volunteers. If you’d like to volunteer part of your Sunday mornings to give rides to those in need, contact Pr. Tim Lemme (email@example.com or 336-2942, ext. 19), Deb Harlan (firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-2942, ext. 48), or Michelle Anderson (email@example.com or 336-2942, ext. 28).