2500 East 3900 South
Holladay, Utah 84124
Office:  801-278-1412
Email:  office@oslcslc.org  


Pastor Barbara Berry-Bailey
Intentional Interim Pastor

Our Savior Photo

        “Homelessness is not just an isolated social evil.  It is the catalyst and the breeding ground for other problems, such as marriage difficulties and family breakup, stress, unemployment and substance abuse.”  (Eva Burrows, 13th General of Salvation Army)  We join with other Utah faith communities in a weekend of prayer and worship, in an effort to end child homelessness.  Please bring a package of diapers to church this Sunday, so we can make a small but immediate impact in our community, to help those in need.  Join us on Jan. 21st!
      On Sunday, Jan. 28th, we will have ONE Worship Service at 9:30am, followed by our Annual Congregational Meeting at 11:00am. 
      Pastor Barbara Berry-Bailey, our Intentional Interim Pastor, will shepherd us through this “transition time”.  With her guidance, we will continue to provide joyful worship and many activities, while we pray for the Pastor that God is preparing for us. 
       On behalf of everyone at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church we welcome you to our church and this website. Whether you are a long time Lutheran, from a different faith tradition, exploring your own understandings of God, looking for something for your kids, or simply curious, you are more than welcome at Our Saviour’s.  Feel free to explore our website, worship with us on Sundays, and participate in all events that are of interest to you!    Thank you!
May God bless your week!
(Read our Newsletter here)
*Parents are welcome to supervise their children in the West Wing Hall.
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Group Ski Blessing
Our van set up at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Cyn. to offer prayer and hot cocoa to skiers, boarders and employees of the ski resorts on our 1st Annual “Blessing of the Skiers”.

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