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|2020 At a Glance (5/7)|
|Update from Pastor Labuhn (5/5)|
|Names of graduates needed (4/28)|
|VBS volunteers needed (4/21)|
|Sermon series (4/28)|
|VBS registration is underway (4/7)|
|Camp GLOW (3/10)|
|Team Amos update (5/12)|
|Open Arms currently enrolling (2/24)|
|Provide meals for homeless shelter (2/17)|
|Virtual vocal choir (1/20)|
|Living Generously (5/12)|
|Connect with us (updated 7/8)|
|Fraudulent emails (updated 6/24)|
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Posted May 7, 2021
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
This past year has felt longer than normal with all that we have endured. Our Lord Jesus told us we would have tribulation and He would overcome the world. Even though we experienced more than our fair share of troubles this year, we are proud of how our church family and staff came together to continue to provide ministry.
We have compiled a 2020 At A Glance to highlight some of the many accomplishments of the past year and share messages from our Treasurer and President. Thank you for your continued faith this year, without your support, none of this would have been possible. I invite you to view the 2020 At A Glance. You will need to log in as a member to view this document. If you do not have a member login, you can create an account. Please note, that this is not an automated system and a staff member will need to approve your account before it can be activated.
I look forward to seeing what we can accomplish moving forward as we continue to glorify God and make disciples for Jesus by forming relationships, experiencing Jesus together, and sharing God's love.
Peace be with you,
Pastor Tyson Labuhn
Updated Apr. 28, 2021
We are in the fourth week of our sermon series delving into the third tenant "Sharing God's Love" of our Mission Statement:
At Our Savior’s Way, we glorify God and make disciples for Jesus by:
Forming Relationships, Experiencing Jesus Together, and Sharing God’s Love.
We hope you enjoy this series!
Posted Apr. 28, 2021
- School Graduating From
- Future Plans
We will be gathering this information to include in a slideshow at an upcoming worship service. Please submit your information no later than June 18th.
Posted Mar. 10, 2021
Posted Feb. 24, 2021
Open Arms Christian Child Development Center is currently enrolling for the 2021-2022 school year in the following programs:
- Full-day kindergarten
- Half-day preschool
- Junior kindergarten
Updated May 12, 2021
Stewards find joy in giving back what God has freely given. Jesus said, "Freely you have received, freely give." (Matthew 10:8)
Updated May 12, 2021
During National Police Week Amos typically joins his police handlers in local events to support and honor America’s law enforcement community This week there are virtual programs being delivered with in-person events planned for October 13th to 17th. As we remember the law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty, we pray for their survivors and for the safety and protection of those who are serving or have served to protect others.
“The wicked flee when no man pursueth but the righteous are bold as a lion." Proverbs 28-1
Updated Mar. 24, 2021
Volunteer to Provide Meals at the Shelter - Our Savior's Way provides meals to those at the Loudoun Homeless Shelter on the first Tuesday of every month. There are openings for groups or families to volunteer for the following dates:
Thank you for considering helping with this great need!
Posted Jan. 20, 2021
Posted July 8, 2020
While we continue to worship online, we'd love to hear from you and know that you are worshipping with us. We ask that you fill out our Connection Card whenever you worship with us as an attendance card. The link to the Connection Card will be on our website on the same page as the worship service. And if you watch on Facebook, the Connection Card link will be there as well. Thank you!
Posted Jun. 24, 2020
Lately there have been several fraudulent emails sent to OSWLC church staff and members that look like they are from the leadership of OSWLC. Scammers are very good at creating fake emails that are difficult to distinguish from the real emails we receive from various companies and contacts on a daily basis. Other churches in our area have been targeted as well, and sadly some have fallen victim to these email scams.
Please be extra cautious if you receive an email asking for a favor, to pay an invoice, buy a gift card, or anything that requires your financial attention, especially when the message tells you to not contact the sender due to being in a meeting or being too busy. The staff, leadership, and pastors of OSWLC never send personal emails asking for this type of assistance. Be sure to look at the sender's email address and not just the name listed on the message. All staff emails will have the @oswlc.org extension.