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Events at Our Savior's

August Worship

Sunday Worship: 8:30

Sunday School:
will resume in the fall

Contact us:

Office: 701-745-3346
email: oslc@westriv.com
Mail: PO Box 27, 
         608 Arthur Street, 
         Stanton, ND 58571

Pastor Dennis: 
Mobile / text: 701-301-9380

email: dristvedt@westriv.com

Welcome - 
Come share in the joy of the LORD

Please join us for worship,
EVERYONE is welcome!

Worship  Times
Our Saviors Lutheran Church
Sundays - 8:30 a.m.

Tuesdays 10-4
(church basement)

Bible Study
August11, 1:00 pm
(church basement)

Church Council
August 25, 6:00 pm
worship team 5:00 pm

Change in Church Schedule 
Sept. 4th - worship 
will begin at 10:30

Sunday School and confirmation
will resume in the fall

If you are feeling ill, please stay home

Our Savior's is growing family of believers in Jesus Christ, welcoming all God's Children, 
joyfully worshiping God through Word and Sacrament and serving our neighbors with His Love.
E-News is available 
  • periodic email news
  • Monthly downloadable newsletter

Just send an email to oslc@westriv.com 
to register.
The 15th of the month is the newsletter deadline.​
Joint Parish Council
President: Billie S.. (OS 2022-2025)
V. President:  
Secretary: Jennifer O. (OS 2021-2024)
Alan S. (SP 2021-2024)
Mark A.. (SP 2022-2025)
​Joell N. (OS: 2022-2023)
Steve H. (SP 2020-2023)

Our Savior's Council:
President: Lee A. (2021-2024)
V. President: Brandon W. (2022-2025)
Secretary: Trudy P. (2021-2024)
Treasurer: Rick H. (2020-2023)
 Mardi V. (2020-2023)
Gordy N. (2022-2025)
Property: Gordy N. 

 OS Committee Members: 
Education: Pastor Dennis, Valerie S., 
Billie Jo S., & Cassandra D.

Property & Stewardship:
Gordy N. Lee A., Pr. Dennis, 
John L., Tom S.,  
DuWayne F., Ron B., & Linda S.

Worship & Evangelism:
Pastor Dennis, Sarah B., 
 Lina L., Dawn A. & Marvin L.
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Our Savior's Lutheran Church Stanton, ND
Inspired by His Word in August 

Join us in carefully reading Romans 4. 
The Ap. Paul reorients his focus away 
from what we have done, meaning our sin-filled attitudes and actions, to what God has done. On Sundays join us as we explore the Acts of the Holy 
Spirit through the Apostles, chapters 5-8. Although the enemies of Christ continue to try to silence the Apostles, 
they trust in the Spirit of God within them. 
May the Lord’s Spirit continue to lead us in His ways, His truth, and His salvation. AMEN (Psalm 25:4-5