The Road to Resurrection

On March 24th at 10:00AM, we invite you and your family to join us for a Family Fun one day Vacation Bible School Event called “Road to Resurrection”. We, here at Our Savior, want to share Jesus with you and your family through this fun filled morning of discovery and adventure! Read more…


Young Adult Retreat

Memorial Day Weekend, May 25th-28th, our Young Adults encourage you to mark your calendars for our next Young Adult Retreat! You are invited to join us for a weekend escape to the beautiful surroundings of Asheville, North Carolina! Read more…


Lenten Services

THE LENTEN SEASON BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH WITH ASH WEDNESDAY!  For Ash Wednesday we will offer Imposition of Ashes, and will have Holy Communion.  Mid-week (Wed.) dinners for Lent will start at 5:15pm in the South Fellowship Hall, and services will begin at 6:30pm in the Sanctuary.  Read more…



Invisible But Certain

New Sunday School Class
Join us for a 6-week adult bible class starting Sunday, February 11, 9:30am, Room 204. Led by Pastor Dan Otto.


Voice of God – Beloved Bible Study

We will begin our new study on Tuesday, January 23rd at 6:00p.m. Academy Room 201….Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Shirer. You will need to purchase a workbook for your personal study and also our time in class discussion. You may purchase it at Lifeway or online.
 
As we have done in the past with other studies, this one will include videos that we will be watching in class. Read more…


Effective Parenting

Sunday, January 28th you are invited to join Harry and Kim Shaw in our new Eight Part Parenting Sunday Bible Class! This will be an exciting new class as you dive into Chip Ingram’s video based Parenting class called “Effective Parenting in a Defective World!” This will be a great time to rally around other parents who are traversing the unique challenges of leading Children to a close and mature relationship with God! You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn and apply these great techniques in your vocation of being a parent of strength and truth in Christ.


Room In The Inn Begins in November

It only seems it was last week when we said “Goodbye” to the last of our Room in the Inn guests from the 2016/17 season. We now turn our attention to getting ready for the 2017/18 season. Our first guests will arrive on Friday, November 3 at 6:30 PM. With less than 60 days to go, we have a lot of work to be done.
Room in the Inn guests come from all walks of life and are at varying points along their journey toward housing, recovery and the stability we all desire in life. Homelessness does not define a specific “type” of person. Rather, it often arises out of complex circumstances that each of us could experience. As you think of ways to engage with our guests, it is important to remember that despite differences in the circumstances of our lives, we share a common humanity that allows us to connect with another person who needs acceptance and Christ.
Since the earliest days of Room in the Inn, hospitality has been key. We seek to meet people exactly where they are, offering support in the chaos of their lives. Offering a plan of rest where individual dignity is respected and community can be built is an important first step toward our ultimate goals of connecting people to long-term solutions related to health, education, employment and housing.
During the next weeks, we will be detailing specific needs we have in order to serve our guest properly. Please be in prayer asking our Lord to move you to serve our brothers in Christ.
Folks, Room in the Inn needs your help, and this is easy-peasy. They need: • magazines (not mail order catalogs, but real magazines) • books • general office supplies: pencils, pens, notebook paper, clipboards, highlighters, etc. • plastic utensils – you know the kind you get with your fast food meal, and sometimes don’t use
• packets of condiments – like the ones you always get too many of when you go through the drive thru: ketchup, mustard, etc. • Over-the-counter meds: aspirin, cough drops, tums, Tylenol, Advil, etc. • Personal care items: Q-tips, feminine hygiene products, etc.
So – folks, we can help the homeless and Room in the Inn who ministers to them by just being aware of what they can use. Instead of tossing the things you normally would, just save it and • Put it in a box or a bag or whatever, clearly mark it Room in the Inn or RITI for short, put it in the plastic bin in the hall outside the gym, and the transportation fairy (me, Lee Compton) will be responsible for accumulating all your loot and taking it where it will be welcomed, appreciated and used.
Thanks so much for remembering to help the homeless.There are so many who are just one rent raise away from being just that.