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Acknowledging Our Savior’s congregation is situated on Treaty 4 lands, the traditional territories of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis, we welcome you!


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10:30 Sunday Morning Worship on Zoom

(Sessions start around 10:15 a.m.)

no matter who you are

Whatever your cultural background or nationality;

Whatever your gender or sexuality;

Whether you are one day old or
     one hundred years old; 

You are welcome here at Our Savior’s.

Whatever your physical, mental, emotional, or
     spiritual struggles;

Whatever your relationship status;

Whether you are financially stable
     or are barely making ends meet;

You are welcome here at Our Savior’s.

Whatever your religious background;

Whether you are someone who has or once had
     deep roots in a faith community, or are
     exploring faith for the first time;

Whether you are someone who has questions
     or strong reservations about the church;

You are welcome here at Our Savior’s..

We seek to be a radically loving community of
     faith, grounded and guided in Jesus Christ.

We pray that you may experience the Spirit of the
     Living God among us.

Peace be with you all!

Our Savior's Lutheran Church is a member of the ELCIC and part of the Saskatchewan Synod.


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Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

The heartbeat of our community is Sunday worship. Sunday mornings the people gather to worship the God made known in Jesus Christ, who we believe is our Creator, Loving Parent, and Friend; and to be together as a community of faith, hope and love.

We gather to encounter God in Word and Sacrament: to hear and to interpret the ancient text through which God still speaks today; to receive the Sacraments that bring us into the presence of God in water and in bread and wine.


Visitors and seekers are always welcome. We practice eucharistic hospitality: which means the table in Christian worship is open and people of all ages and faith communities, backgrounds, etc., are welcome to receive Jesus in the bread and cup of Holy Communion. We are called, gathered, fed and sent forth to “be the church of Christ… wherever we live, work, rest and play.”


Sunday worship is at 10:30 a.m.  We seek to have a scent-free environment. Our building is accessible. We have a free taxi service available if you need help getting to and from worship. We would love to have you join us (and stick around for a coffee and conversation after service if you’d like!) Again, all are welcome!!

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