- OUR SAVIOUR, AN INSTRUMENT OF GOD'S LOVE WITHIN
- PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
2020 OUR EASTER SEASON FOR THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Notice to all Members:
DUE TO THE CURRENT MEDICAL GLOBAL CRISIS
NO IN-HOUSE GATHERING FOR AT LEAST THE UNKNOWN PERIOD,
BUT OUR RADIO IS BROADCASTING LIVE IN-HOUSE RESTRICTED BROADCASE AND RECORDING (8:30 AM SERVICE, WPHM, 1380 AM)
PODCAST, is always running 24/7 for the past year,
on the www.WPHM.net
CHURCH COUNCIL WILL BE MEETING, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 7PM
ARRIVE 20 MINS EARLIER FOR HEALTH SCREENING AND SANTIZING, PLEASE! BRING YOUR FACE MASK, TOO.
Temps will be taken at driveway glass doors and register.
WE ALSO ARE USING FACEBOOK FOR VIDEOS AND PREACHING, SEARCH
THE FACEBOOK PAGE: our saviour
After Sunday morning 8:30 am worship, June 7th, 1380 am, Holy Trinity Sunday, Pastor will post a 18 minute video on
The Trinity Concept: The NEW Math!
We keep this source of information current for your review!
We would love to save some monies on postage by using WEEKLY e-mailings.
PLEASE help us by sharing your email address to:
SOME OF THE FESTIVITIES OF OUR FEBRUARY GATHERING AFTER WORSHIP IN FEBRUARY, 2020 LOIS L. AND DOROTHY S, SPOKE ALONG WITH DON M.
DON MARTIN and LOIS LANGOLF shafred their lifetime at OUR SAVIOUR
The meal time was great, KFC and member-supplied sides! and THEN there was Kathy Cole's wonderfully decorated, cake!
Music abounded: Gary Rhody playing dinner music while we ate, and the DETARY family during our worship with HOW GREAT THOU ART!
2020 , February 21, was our congregation's 100th year of loving, living, and serving our God and Community.
Our Anniversary flowers, Dorothy with PD, and Hebry saying the plates are for his wife, Linda, right!
GOOD FRIDAY, 2018
Our outside, pretty as a picture!
God's Work. Our Hands.
Embrace God's Promise Of True Compassion and Love
OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN
DONALD R. DOERZBACHER, PASTOR
1029 SIXTH STREET
PORT HURON, MI 48060
email Pastor Don: email@example.com
Will be re-posted when life returns to normal
All groups, and RECOVER groups are cancelled until further notice!
We gather faithfully in all kinds of weather to renew and to our strengthen our own faith and presence of God within this world.
WORSHIP is not to only 'feel good', nor a struggle between contemporary vs. traditional Gospel, but rather a blending of all strains of Christ's Church from over the centuries as well as today!
While we are a 'litugurical church', this doesn't enslave us to to anything contrary to God's Word. The heritage enriches our worship and presents the fullness of God's Word in reading and preaching. Liturgy serves us, we do not serve LITURGY!
Before you come to experience our worship, why not hear us on our weekly podcacts, WPHM.net, podcats, OUR SAVIOUR. It is a safe way to experence us.
JOIN US IN THE STUDY OF GOD'S WORD
OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE WITHIN OUR SAVIOUR
Lectors: Scripture Lesson Readers- Youth and Adults
Deacons: Assisting Minister to liturgy, Communion Assistants
Greeters: Welcoming worshippers
Design and make Banners
Altar Guild: Behind the scenes support for Sacraments, Candles, Paraments, etc.
Chancel drama: Design, Direct, Script, Cast, and share in worship
Sponsor/co-sponsor a COFFEE HOUR after 11am worship
Host/Hostess for special Events, concerts during the year
Greeter at front door prior to worship service
Attend/Participate in monthly potlucks
Attend/Participate in weekly Wonderful Wednesday meals, activities
Host future cottage meetings 3 sites, in early fall- Contact pastor
Call/send greeting cards to absentees, ill, prayer life, homebound
Organize, work with others for annual Church Picnic
Volunteer to photograph church events, and provide to church office the digital originals for possible use YOUR suggestions?
Serve 1-2 x month with CHILDREN'S SERMON
Organist, plan, staff and select VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL, first full week in August Any portion.
on our Board of Education: dreaming, decision-making, implementation of educational ministries
Serve on our YOUTH COMMITTE: planning, organizing, implementing Christian and FUN events/activities for our youth and families.
Staffing for August VBS: crafts, teachers, support, meals, music, etc. Music school component for older youth, play with/teach.
Prayer Chain Ministry- call office for more details
Home shut-in Communion Ministry- See Pastor
Offer a smile, introduce yourself to those you do not know their names .
Assist with bulletin folding/production
Assist with monthly newsletter assembling and post office transfer, calculations.
Availability to do small office tasks
Learn software for bulletin formation, requires pre-existing computer skills
OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE BEYOND OUR WALLS:
Soup Kitchen, cooking serving, cleaning for the indigent of our community
Habitat for Humanity: Job site work and possible food baskets this summer for the workers to eat- See Pastor
Neighborhood Ecumenical Team (NET): monthly inter-church group coordinating material assistance to needy. Monthly meeting.
More opportunities as they become available to our people.
BUILDING, GROUNDS, PROPERTIES:
Assist with Tasks as TRUSTEES identify on erasable board in upstairs classroom.
Flower beds on property, work with Sally Sawyer and TRUSTEES.
All types of talents, skills, general laborers, always need- check of tasks with your availability. KEN PARRY
See something that needs to be returned, please do so.
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Bring in for a coffee hour: make sure refrig is emptied, counters cleared, coffee pot emptied, drained, off.
Ovens: turned off, and temp down, burners, off.
Classrooms, sanctuary, parlor, any room, tables clear, wipe as needed
Discard old bulletins found in hymnals, pews.
In this way, we are can all care in some portion, to maintain a good appearance of our property. THANK YOU.
If you borrow: videos, anything, be sure to return it promptly.
Plant Roots With Believers In a Christian Church
Grow with God at OUR Lutheran church that is committed to its community. Whether you are a lifelong Lutheran or seeking to learn more, join our community of believers at a service on Sunday or one of our church choirs on Wednesday.
|Services & Classes
In addition to serving church members with Sunday services, we offer group catechism classes and a youth ministry. Learn to identify more deeply with your faith and the Christian community when you join us for one of our ministries.
Celebrate your love and commitment to one another at our church. Our secretary can send or provide you from the office a breakdown of fees for different services for your wedding to make it special for you! We also have A/C for hot summer weddings.
Our Pastor also performs baptisms for children and adults who wish to complete this sacrament.
|Weddings & Baptisms
Our Saviour Lutheran Church is a Christian church in Port Huron, Michigan. A member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In America (ELCA), we emphasize the relationship with God available through the Holy Spirit. Our view of God embraces his promise of steadfast love and mercy and enables us to live a life of bold trust and generous service.
The church was organized in 1920 when members from a local Lutheran congregation wanted worship services in English.
Since the church's beginnings, there have only been three pastors. Our current pastor, Don Doerzbacher, has been serving our community since April, 1993. In addition to regular worship services, his sermons can be heard every Sunday via podcast.
Martin Luther, an influential figure in the Protestant Reformation, described the exuberant freedom of, "a living, daring confidence in God's grace, so sure and certain that believers would stake their lives on it a thousand times." He also wrote, "Oh, it is a living, busy, active, mighty thing, this faith. It is impossible for it not to be doing good things unceasingly." Join our welcoming and joyful community and grow and serve in the location where God has planted you.
Learn More About the Our Saviour Lutheran Church
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 1930, 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.