GOD’S HOUSE – YOUR HOME

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

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Pastor Jeff 2012

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Hi everyone,
 
Following the miracles of the feeding of the 5000 and Jesus walking on water, the crowds seek Jesus out and ask him questions. Jesus suggests they are looking for bread, but in the wrong place. This week we need to ask ourselves,  “Do I only want what Jesus has to give, or do I want Jesus himself?” If we come to Jesus only for what he can do for us, we will never be satisfied.  Jesus teaches us to ask for Jesus himself.    
 
On behalf of Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church I want to 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.  Thank you!
 
May God’s blessing be with you,

Pastor Jeff Beebe                                 *(Read Pastor’s letter and our Newsletter here)

 
Regular Sunday Schedule
   8:45 am – Traditional Worship
using liturgies and hymns led by our Chancel Choir
 10:00 am – OSLC Cafe open thru August
Sunday School resumes in September)
 11:00 am – Contemporary Worship

using contemporary Christian music led by our Worship Band

Nursery provided for the 11:00AM service
 
 
Church Office Hours:
Monday:  9am-1pm
Tues,Wed,Thurs:  9am-4pm
Friday:     9am-1pm
Pictures from top left:  Pastor Jeff;  OSLC building;  “The Ascension of Christ”  Sanctuary stained glass window;  Pastor Jeff & Melissa Beebe; GOD’S WORK. OUR HANDS. – our congregation preparing for the day of service;  Our first Blessing of the Skiers event at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon; Filling boxes of food at the Utah Food Bank; Lila’s Confirmation; last solar panel to be installed!
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Our solar panels are on the roof!  Click here for more pictures by Jeffrey Louden.