Our Savior's Lutheran Church
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News Please scroll down for the Usher Schedule and other news.
Greeters: Cathy & Rick H.
Reader: Comm helper:
Greeters: Bonnie C. & Sarah B.
Ushers: Ron & Carol K.
Reader: Joell N. Comm. helper: Tryce B.
Greeter: Donna B., Wanda K.
Reader: Comm Helper:
Greeters: Marvin & Katie L.
Reader: Comm Helper:
The assisting minister Dawn G. will call you on Saturday to remind you of your duties. Please let them know if you are unable to be there that Sunday so we can find a replacement.
Alter Circle for March 2023:
Lana K., Kris C., Billie Jo S.
Quilting at Our Savior’s
We would like to encourage anyone to come and join us. There is always something that you could help us do. We are more than willing to teach anyone that would like to help us. Right now
there are about 10 of us that come every Tuesday
starting at 10:00 a.m. We usually bring a sack lunch but
it seems like someone always will bring more and we
always have plenty to eat.
We have made a lot of beautiful quilts and it is a
wonderful time. If you know how to tie a knot, cut a
square, know how to use an iron, etc.
Come and join us.
Our Savior’s WELCA, Joel’l
Pastor Dennis deeply desires to bring Christian comfort and the power of prayer to those who are challenged with sickness or troubles in life.
Please, call Pastor at 301-9380 if surgery or a hospital stay is imminent or if a visit from Pastor could be helpful.
Hospitals or care centers are restricting visitation. Pastor Dennis is willing to do a phone visit and will inquire on in person visits. Please let Pastor Dennis know if your loved one is in a care center or hospital.
"Two are better than one, because if one falls down, his friend can help him up."
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Bishop elect Rev. Craig Schweitzer
Church Council News
We are having services on Sundays. If you are
uncomfortable attending, but would like to
contribute you can send your offering by mail to:
OSLC Box 27 Stanton, ND 58571.
You can also signup for electronic payment by contacting:
Be safe and we hope to see you soon.
Thank you for your consideration.
Lee A., President OSLC Council
Ushers and Greeters
2023 Retreat Programs
For Current information on Camp of the Cross activities please check out the website at www.campofthecross.com
Harvest for the Camp
Thank you for your continued support of CCM! Here is a list of a few things that would help us through the retreat season and winter months.
*Ice melt for the roads, *all purpose cleaning spray, *sponges/magic erasers, *Bleach for laundry, *New white twin size sheet sets, *New standard size pillows *Ziplock bags; quart, 1 & 2 gallon, *Heavy-duty trash bags: 33 gal, 13 gal, and small waste basket size, *Swiffer dusting pads, *First class Forever stamps & Forever postcard stamps, *Copy paper; 20 & 24 lb letter size, *Avery 5160 labels and Avery 5266 file folder labels, Avery postcard stock #8387 (4 to a sheet)
Please call the camp office at 701.337.2246 to arrange drop off for donations.
Thank you for your continued support!
Join Us for retreats in 2023. We have retreats for youth, women, men and families.
We will continue to monitor COVID-19 and how it may affect our community when we are gathered.
Questions: Call or e-mail our office today!
Education Report: Sunday School Laura and I are excited to bring Christian education to the children of our church. Laura will be teaching Sunday School from 9:45-10:25, (grades 2nd and under) February 5,12,19. I will be teaching Wednesday school from 4:30-5:15pm for the older children (3rd – 6th) Come join us and invite your friends.
Kelsey G. and Laura E.
Collecting Personal Care Kits
Cleanliness may not actually be next to godliness, but it
certainly helps a person feel more human. When families
find their homes destroyed, or must flee for their safety,
soap and a towel rarely get packed for what they can carry.
The simple items included in a care kit provide muchneeded self-care,
germ- fighting items and the chance to regain dignity for everyone.
Care Kits will be collected from now until Easter.
Each kit to contain:
ONE light-weight bath-size towel, 20x40 or 52x27, dark preferred
TWO or three bars of soap, 8-9 oz in original wrapping
ONE adult-size toothbrush in original packaging
ONE sturdy comb, remove packaging
ONE metal nail clippers (attached file optional), remove