Many people are looking to have a stronger relationship with God and his son Jesus. Perhaps you are too, just as all of us are. The best way to connect with God is to pray to Him on a daily basis. Even if you have not been faithful to God He yearns for your return. He is a loving and forgiving Father and thru His Son Jesus Christ your trespasses may be forgiven. All of this and more is explained in the Bible, some of it in simple language that is easy to understand, while other parts have been debated for thousands of years as to the true meaning.
An excellent way to connect with God is by connecting with people that care about you and follow Jesus. The best place to find loving people that care about you and your needs is in a church.
We invite you to visit Our Savior so you can see firsthand the type of loving and caring people we are. Jesus Christ is head of the church and we serve Him, we serve the community as He instructed us to and we are changing lives. Come talk to us, attend a Sunday service that suits your needs; participate in Bible studies; join one or more of our special interest groups. Don’t put it off, attend this Sunday!
You are invited to join us every Sunday at Our Savior Lutheran Church for worship at 8 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. Please contact Pastor Tony for more information by phone at 954-473-6888 ext. 101 or by email at email@example.com.
ENOUGH will be a series of messages recurring over the next year. Each sermon will touch on concepts found in the book, Seculosity by David Zahn, about how career, parenting, technology, food, politics, and romance became our new religion. Zahn, a keynote speaker at a recent Lutheran pastors’ conference, explained how “enough” is the altar of this new faith. The first installment of this series will be on Sunday, October 6 with a sermon titled, Anxiety. Because our inability to ever know we have offered enough can leave us feeling anxious in our seculosity, we will want to hear in 1 Peter 5:7 how we find relief in true Christianity.
Then on October 27th, Reformation Day, the Enough series will continue under the subtitle I’m a Good Person. As we celebrate Martin Luther’s historic declaration of salvation by grace, we will look at Mark 10 and Jesus’ encounter with a rich young man who wanted to be good enough to inherit eternal life.
PRAYER, a 2-part sermon series, was inspired by someone asking why God let Hurricane Dorian strike the Bahamas even though we prayed the islands would be spared. October 15th and 22nd the messages will share God’s word on how we pray and how God answers.
This winter, as the days grow shorter and nights grow longer, we will take time to reflect on how God has used stars throughout the Bible to teach us about Jesus. Even though we live in an ever-darkening world, each week we will find hope in God’s word reminding us of the eternal Light in heaven.
We offer two worship services on Sunday morning, traditional Lutheran service at 8:00 am and at 10:30 am a service with contemporary and traditional music. In addition, to worship services, there are Sunday School classes for children at 9:15, youth group hangouts at 10:30 with Bible study and small-group adult Bible study at 9:30. We look forward to meeting you and our greeter will be happy to show you around and answer all of your questions.
Serving Broward County for over 30 Years
We at Our Savior Lutheran Church have been supporting LifeNet4Families (Food For The Poor) for many years. The youths volunteer one day a month to help prepare and serve food at their facility. On the second Sunday of each month, we have a door offering especially for LifeNet4Families.
Thursdays 8:20 a.m.
Christian School Ministry
We have an award winning school to serve the children in the community ranging from preschool to middle school. Small class sizes, dedicated and certified teachers, fully accredited curriculum and a Christian environment make Our Savior Lutheran School an excellent choice for your children.