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     Our Savior Lutheran Church
            Grants Pass, Oregon
  in the beautiful Rogue River valley

      Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
                                               Matthew 5:3

                                            AUTUMN 2014

We are rapidly approaching the holiday season. Soon Thanksgiving will be here and gone. And then what? You might say, "Black Friday." But I had something else in mind. Why? Because whatever you buy will cost you, whether a lot or a little. Whatever you buy, no matter how good in quality or how expensive, you will not be able to keep. 

Far better is the advice of Isaiah, who said, "Why do you spend money for what is not bread, and your wages for what does not satisfy? Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good, and let your soul delight itself in abundance. Incline your ear, and come to Me. Hear, and your soul shall live; and I will make an everlasting covenant with you -- the sure mercies of David." (Isaiah 55:2-3)

The Sunday after Thanksgiving is the first Sunday of a new church year and the start of the Advent season, when we again listen to the prophets of the Old Testament tell us about the Savior who is coming into the world to fulfill God's promise to mankind of forgiveness and life. Come on Sunday at 10:15 A.M. to hear God's promises to you.

Our Savior Lutheran Church, 230 Buysman Way, a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod, whose motto is, "It is written." That statement affirms that all we believe, teach, and confess is grounded in the infallible, unchanging word of God, the Holy Scriptures.

           230 Buysman Way, Grants Pass, Oregon  97526 
Telehone: (541) 479-7929         E-Mail: srsparley@yahoo.com
                                Pastor Steven R. Sparley 
                      Where can you find us? Right here.

 Are you just starting to investigate Christianity?
                   We invite you to start here.
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Start your week with Sunday, the first day of the week:

  • Sunday School   9:00 A.M. (K-8: Bible Stories/Catechism, various teachers)
  • Bible Study         9:00 A.M. (Adults: John: The Beginning of the New Creation in Christ)
  • Worship            10:15 A.M. (All: historic/traditional liturgy of Christian Church)
  • Fellowship        11:15 A.M. (All: Refreshments and casual conversation)

Other days of the week we offer studies of the Word of God.
Visitors are truly welcome ... and so are their questions.
The following studies are offered:

  • Wednesdays                  10:00 A.M. (Adults: The Life of Jesus as Told by St. Mark)
  • Saturday, Nov. 22           10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. (The Prophet Malachi in one day)

To see all scheduled activities, go here.