LIFE AT OUR SAVIOUR
The congregation originated in 1920 when members of Trinity Lutheran Church wanted to have services in the English language. The library, now the Museum of Art and History, was used until 1922 when the home on this corner was purchased. Services were held on the first floor of the home while the Pastor and his family lived upstairs.
The present sanctuary was dedicated in 1933, built at the cost of 30,000 dollars.
Radio broadcast of the 8:30 o-clock service has continued since April 2nd, 1939.
Stained glass windows were installed in 1944. There are in series, depicting the life, teaching, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ.
Educational unit was built in 1961.
SEEKING THE LEVEL OF INTEREST FOR HOSTING THE SEDER (HAGGADAH) PASSOVER WITH EUCHARIST FOR MAUNDY THURSDAY.
We usually do this Special Order every other year, if interested, speak to Pastor Don for planning and promoting. ASAP!