The Our Savior’s Family
Like a lot of congregations, Our Savior’s thinks of itself as a “family.” So, what’s our church family like?
Our Savior’s strives to be a place of welcome to people of all backgrounds, who come with a variety of gifts and talents, but who also experience many kinds of brokenness. Whether you are hurting, broken, skeptical, unsure, doubting, or just plain new to recognizing what God is about in your life, our family seeks to be an open and safe place for you. We especially seek to welcome those who may not feel welcome elsewhere. Your race, social status, or gender orientation do not matter; what matters is that you are a precious child of God!
Once upon a time, Our Savior’s was a strong Norwegian community. Today, while we still celebrate our Norwegian heritage, we also rejoice in persons from all ethnic backgrounds. Among our family, you will find people of different income levels and diverse opinions. Members of Our Savior’s are lifelong Lutherans and the recently baptized. Many began their journey of faith in other denominations. Some are old-time members of the congregation, while others are new to our community.
We don’t always agree on everything, but we celebrate our oneness through Jesus Christ. Most of all we seek to support, nurture, and challenge one another, as we share God’s gifts, and are inspired by God’s Holy Spirit.
That’s family to us – and we welcome you to join us!
OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN CHURCH
359 N. Leonard
West Salem, WI 54669