August Announcements

Results from our recent election for congregational officers:  42 votes were cast.  By an overwhelming majority, the slate of candidates printed on the ballot were approved.

The Word of the Lord endures forever is the theme of our special, summer-long sermon series.  The series continues throughout August.  

Margery Oberschulte will celebrate her 102nd birthday on August 2nd.  Incredibly, she is the daughter of Our Saviour’s very first pastor, Rev. Frederick Oberschulte.  Cards can be sent to: 

          Margery Oberschulte 

          St. Antony Park Home

          2237 Commonwealth Ave, 

          St Paul, MN 55108

Our next men’s breakfast and Bible study will be held Saturday, August 14 beginning at 8:30AM. 

TAG Time will be holding their annual Water Night on Tuesday, August 17, 5:00 – 7:30PM.  

The Helping Place Food Shelf will be open on Thursday, August 26 from 4:30 – 5:30PM. 

A memorial service for Alice Steggall is scheduled for Saturday, September 25 at 11:00AM here at church.

Sustaining Grace Support Group:  begins Thursday, September 16, meeting from 9:00 – 10:30AM here at church.  This nine-week group is for anyone in need of a listening ear and spiritual encouragement.  Call the church office to register, or for more information.

Shut-in/Home-bound visits: There are currently 15 people on this list.  Given this large number, Pastor Brian will be able to visit each home-bound member once every two months.  If you are not currently on the list, and would like a visit, please contact Pastor Brian or the church office.   A special thanks to our lay ministers who will be making sure that our home-bound brothers and sisters are able to receive the sacrament once a month, if they so desire. 

Private household communion services also continue to be available on Thursday afternoons at church.  Please contact Pastor Brian to register or for more information.

If you have access to the internet, you’re invited to check out Pastor Brian’s blog:


Relying on God has to begin all over again every day as if nothing had yet been done.

C.S. Lewis