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Check out the 2014 OSLC Sunday School Play, David & Goliath: Who is the Bully? Each year our Grades 1-3 Sunday School classes take several months to write a play together. Under the guidance of their teachers (Cheryl Hauser & Kristina Steffen), they select a biblical story and connect it to themes from their own lives. Watch the video, and feel free to share it with friends!
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Each year at OSLC during the Season of Lent (begins on March 5 in 2014), everyone is invited to read a book together and engage in spiritual practices that enrich our lives individually and as a community. In 2014, our Lenten book is Simplifying the Soul, Lenten Practices to Renew Your Spirit (by Paula Huston). Huston is a Benedictine oblate who writes this book as an invitation for readers to declutter their minds, hearts, relationships and souls by trying out specific practices during the days of the Lenten season…
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The Season of Lent begins each year on Ash Wednesday (March 5 for 2014) and takes us all the way up to the day of Easter (April 20 for 2014). This is a period of 40 days (not counting Sundays, which are considered a mini celebration of Easter each week) that reminds us of the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness where he fasted and was tempted.
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The Christian Education committee is administering this survey of young families as part of our efforts to further OSLC’s mission to nurture faith and partner with families. We are looking for insights that will help us evaluate particular ministries (like Sunday School and Early Childhood Education) and that will inform our overall understanding of how we engage families.
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Join us for Financial Sanity an important four week series in January (Jan. 8, 15, 22 & 29 from 6:00-7:30 PM) that will help you talk about money with your kids and infuse faith into all the ways they share, save, and spend. Each week, a free meal is provided, and an excellent participant workbook will add depth to your engagement. All children and youth who are age 7 or older or encouraged to participate. Childcare is available for the younger ones.
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Each year at OSLC, we create an Advent devotional. This family-friendly resource is given out as the cover of our worship folder each week in Advent. The interior portion is designed for use with children and youth, and the back page has a devotional offering geared towards adults. In 2013, we focus on the first chapter of the Gospel of John discovering the ways that in Jesus God gives us the gifts of life, light, belonging and grace.
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Please visit the preschool website at www.oslpreschool.org. At Our Savior Lutheran Preschool, we begin with a firm conviction that every child is a beautiful gift worthy of the love and nurture of caring communities. Our teachers bring together an all-important blend of certifications and qualifications, as instructors, with a genuine passion to see each child …
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At its heart, education at OSLC is about our life-long commitment to grow deeper in relationship with God and with one another. From infants to elders, we are all called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus and to learn from him. We invite you to connect with others in our faith community and get …
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Youth Group 4th grade—High School Sundays at 5:00 p.m. Gather with us for food, fun and laughter. Take a break from your busy school week to relax, spend time with friends, reflect on issues that are important to you, share ideas, and see how the word of God comes alive through movies, discussions, speakers and a …
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