2500 East 3900 South
Holladay, Utah 84124
This week we read of the resurrection appearance of Jesus to the disciples in Luke’s gospel, after two disciples returned to Jerusalem from Emmaus. As in the Gospel of John, Jesus’ first words are, “Peace be with you.” Psalm 4 also offers words of peace. (see this week’s “A thought from God’s Word, below) This week we will reflect on our Lord’s greeting of peace, and God’s promise of peace in the midst of our troubled world. Join us on Sunday, April 19th!
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)
Rocky Mountain Synod Assembly
165 Congregations from across the Rocky Mountain Synod will gather in Salt Lake City on May 1-3 at the Sheraton Hotel, near downtown. On May 3rd, we will worship as a congregation at the closing assembly worship. There will be no worship services at Our Saviour’s that morning! Mark this date on your calendars and plan to attend!
Regular Sunday Schedule
8:45 am – Traditional Worship
using liturgies and hymns led by our Chancel Choir
10:00 am – Sunday School (All Ages) September 14 – May
10:00 am – OSLC Cafe open June – August
11:00 am – Contemporary Worship
using contemporary Christian music led by our Worship Band
Nursery provided for the 11:00AM service
New Church Office Administrator: Connie Degn
New Church Office Hours:
Pictures from top left: Pastor Jeff; OSLC building; “The Ascension of Christ” Sanctuary stained glass window; Pastor Jeff & Melissa Beebe; Booth at Millcreek Venture Out Event; GOD’S WORK. OUR HANDS. – our congregation preparing for the day of service; Hanging of the Greens; Our first Blessing of the Skiers event at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon.