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|Daylight savings (3/3)|
|Team Amos update (3/3)|
|Easter flower donations (2/24)|
|Open Arms currently enrolling (2/24)|
|Lent schedule (2/17)|
|Provide meals for homeless shelter (2/17)|
|Virtual vocal choir (1/20)|
|Living Generously (3/3)|
|Stewardship campaign (12/23)|
|Connect with us (updated 7/8)|
|Fraudulent emails (updated 6/24)|
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Posted Feb. 24, 2021
This year OSWLC will be decorating the sanctuary with Easter flowers. If you would like to make a donation to purchase Easter flowers in memory or honor of a loved one, we ask that you do so via Pushpay. The following flowers are available:
Easter Lilies - $15.00 each
Tulips - $10.00 each
Hyacinths - $10.00 each
Please use this Pushpay link to make your donation. At the Fund drop-down menu select "Easter Flowers" and be sure to indicate the following information in the memo section:
Total donation amount (see pricing above)
Number of each flower you would like to purchase
The name of the loved one you are honoring
The order deadline is March 17th. Thank you for your generosity!
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
Posted Mar. 3, 2021
Daylight savings is on March 14th this year. Please remember to "spring forward" on March 14th at 2:00 am so you are not late to church!
Updated Mar. 3, 2021
A "steward" is defined as a manager of someone else's property. In God's Word, a "steward" was put in charge of his master's household and given full authority to manage all of his material belongings. In 1 Corinthians 4:2, Paul wrote, "Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful." As God's stewards, we are entrusted with many things. First and foremost, God has entrusted us to spread the Good News of Jesus. Being stewards of the Gospel is an important part of being a good and faithful steward.
Posted Mar. 3, 2021
On Saturday, February 20th, Amos was invited to Cambridge, Maryland to attend the C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors) Maryland Chapter 1st Year Survivor's Event. Amos and his law enforcement handlers joined Team Kezia Comfort Dog from Emmanuel in Baltimore, Maryland to serve and bring comfort and the presence and love of Christ to the families of fallen police officers. Please remember these families in your prayers for God's comforting presence and strength. We continue to pray for the safety, protection, and wisdom of all who serve in law enforcement.
Posted Feb. 17, 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!
Updated Dec. 23, 2020
“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. And this will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in swaddling cloths and lying in a manger.” Luke2:11-12
Christmas week is here and in such a busy season you may have not had the time to complete the "2021 Time, Talent & Treasure" pledge card. To date, we have only received a few completed pledge cards and we ask you to prayerfully consider your stewardship commitment for 2021 by downloading, completing, and submitting the pledge card below either electronically or manually.
- To submit your pledge card electronically, first download a copy of the form. This also allows you to save a completed copy for your records.
- Printed forms should be returned via mail to Jeff Barnes at OSWLC at 43115 Waxpool Road, Ashburn, VA 20148.
- You may also take advantage of the “recurring” functionality in Pushpay to set-up up your 2021 contributions.
Thank you for your continued support and for continuing to make the ministries of OSWLC possible!
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.