Our Savior Lutheran Church is a Christian community that seeks to fearlessly follow Jesus. Rooted in the good news of Jesus Christ, and the Lutheran tradition, we come from diverse places and experiences to grow as Christ’s disciples in faith, hope, and love. We hope you will join us!

Sunday, June 20, 2021 – Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

10:00 am Worship Join us this Sunday for worship in-person in the sanctuary or live on-line!

In-Person Masks and social distancing will continue to be required at this time. Under Phase 3 Guidelines, the sanctuary seating limit for worship is 227 people.

Live Online Prefer to stay home for now? Use this link to Worship Live with us at 10am, with the prelude preceding. The link to the service bulletin is available here: Sunday, June 20, 2021 – Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. If you try the video link prior to 10:00 on Sunday, you may see the message “video unavailable.”

Recorded services can be found on Our Savior’s YouTube Channel. If needed, pull down the menu under “Uploads,” then click on “Past Live Streams.”

Our congregation continues to follow the guidance of our State & Synod leadership for a safe return to our in-person life together.


Join Us This Sunday at 11:00 am for our Annual Congregational Meeting Following worship this Sunday, June 27th, we will gather in the fellowship hall to celebrate the end of the program year and review our plans together for next year. On the agenda: Our Savior’s 2021-2022 Mission & Ministry Budget. Meeting materials will be sent out via email in this Friday’s Weekly Announcements.

Offering Envelopes will be available in the fellowship hall to anyone who needs a resupply, or has recently requested them.

Coffee will be served.

*Out of town or are not quite ready to join in-person? Please join us via Zoom:
Zoom linkhttps://zoom.us/j/94287004632?pwd=czYrSUhVeHBZVitmTFFEUExzYjJwdz09

*If you have trouble connecting, please call Dave Carlson at 206-660-8009.

Summer Campfire Worship Returns This beloved Our Savior tradition on Lake Sammamish is being planned for August. We’re looking for individuals and families to coordinate site set up, and be food and beverage hosts. Tasks include transporting supplies from Our Savior to the Flintoft property, unlocking and re-locking the gate, starting the campfire, and putting out the water, hot dogs, condiments and paper goods. If you are interested in helping to host, please contact Connie Fletcher at Connie Fletcher at fletch501c@comcast.net.

From Buildings & Grounds: Thank you! A big thank you to Ken Konigsmark, Chuck Bachman, Rick & Jan West, Jane Wuest and Mike Anderson for taking part in the Early Summer Clean up held on June 5th. We donated 20 hours of combined volunteer time and put a good dent in the weeds and accumulated debris. Our Lawn Mowing crew is in full swing. Shout out to Bill Cash (leader), Chuck Bachman, Rick West, Dave Carlson and Anne Ellett for their weekly commitment to keeping our lawns clipped and tidy.

Practicing Responsible Stewardship of Self:  Thank you for wearing a mask, practicing physical distancing and washing your hands. As you practice these safety measures you are doing what God has called and gifted you to do in this time and place—you are being a good steward of your spiritual gifts. By adhering to these safety measures you show your love for yourself, for your friends, neighbors and family, and ultimately you show the love God gives you as it is poured out to all those you encounter.

Each time you give your regular offering, you are ensuring support for your church community and the work Jesus calls us to do.  Whether making offerings as you normally would with a check via postal mail, or giving online using the “Electronic Giving” tab above, together we move forward as God’s generous, caring, supportive people—doing the work Jesus calls us to do! Warmest regards from your Stewardship Committee.

Prayers Your prayer requests are important to us. Requests for prayers continue to be taken by email or phone, and will be added to the weekly worship bulletin, Prayers of the People, and staff prayers. Email office@oslcissaquah.org, or call 425-392-4169 and leave a message with your prayer.

Office Hours The church office remains closed per the Governor’s Stay Safe – Stay at Home order. Staff are working from home and will respond to messages as we are able. 


Emergency Pastoral Care

For emergency pastoral care, please contact Pastor John Vaswig at 253-677-4515  (mobile) or JLVaswig@gmail.com.

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