Our Savior Lutheran Church2018-12-06T12:52:16+00:00
Our Savior Lutheran Church

Who We Are

Our Savior Lutheran Church is located in and serves the community of Grants Pass, Oregon.
We are a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod, headquartered in Mankato, Minnesota.

We are a Biblical church, acknowledging the Bible as true, inspired by God in the original texts, and without error.

We are a confessional church, clearly confessing what we believe on the basis of the Bible.

We are a liturgical church. Our worship is centered and focused upon Christ and His word.

Holy Communion

As a rule the Lords Supper is celebrated the first, and third Sundays of the month. Those attending our church for the first time are asked to consult with the pastor before communing.

For more information about us please contact us.

Our Mission

The mission of Our Savior Lutheran church is to faithfully proclaim the good news of Christ to all who gather here, and to reach out with that good news to our community.

Find Our Savior Lutheran Church

230 Buysman Way Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
Tel: 541-816-4060

SERVICE TIMES – 2018
Divine Service –   11:15 a.m.
Bible Class –          12:45 p.m.

Service Times – 2019

Starting January 6, service times will change:
Bible Class –           8:00 a.m.
Divine Service –    9:00 a.m.

Church Calendar

(2 Timothy 1:13, CSB)

Hold on to the pattern of sound teaching that you have heard from me, in the faith and love that are in Christ Jesus.

In the Christian church we use words that have specific meanings that don’t change, due to their special use. These words are important to our understanding of God’s word and to clearly expressing what He says.


GRACE

“Grace” is undeserved and unmerited love.  It is God’s love toward us, not because we have been good or otherwise deserved it, but because He is merciful and loving.

We do not earn what God gives – forgiveness, eternal life, and salvation – but He gives it purely out of mercy.

This grace is not without cost, however, for God’s justice must be satisfied. The key to understanding God’s grace is to learn that Jesus satisfied God’s justice for us, so that He is at the same time both loving and just.