Dana Lambert and Her Family are Headed to Minnesota
Preschool Director Dana finishes her work here at Our Savior’s later this summer. Her husband Ty has taken a new job there and the family will soon make that their new home.

Dana writes, “I have loved every minute of working at the preschool and will miss it tremendously. The staff, the families and kids have become an extended family to me.” See the full text of her letter HERE
Celebrating Dana’s Ministry 5:30pm Wed July 13
Come and share in music, dinner, water slide fun and your chance to share your love and support for Dana and her beloved ones. RSVP here.
We’re expecting people from the Congregation, Preschool and Family and Friends Gathering. 17 RSVP's so far.
Youth Ministry Leaders and Parents
7pm Tuesday July 12
We’re off to a good start re-imaging youth ministry together. Parents and committee members met earlier this week and identified hopes for the future with an emphasis on
  • Relationship Building Among Kids
  • Robust Involvement of Parents and Volunteer Leaders
  • Regular Weekly Gatherings for Middle School and other times for High School
  • Confirmation and Faith Development
  • Service Projects and Social Justice
  • Partnership with other Congregations
  • Summer Wednesday Nights for Flames and Games

Contact Emma Vickery, Amy Ruotsala, Joanna Peeler, Jordan Stephens, Angel Miller and Pastors David and Deb for ways to share your part. Next meeting is open to EveryOne.
Cathedral of Green Sundays Start July 24
Back by Popular Demand
We’re looking forward to worship outdoors together later this summer. Invite a friend to join in this picnic-like setting for Word, Sacrament and Fellowship.

Sign up to help with the set-up crew HERE
July 24
Snail & Co.
Listen to the music of Snail & Co. after worship in the Alcove area.
Hymn Sing with
Organist Kim Croft
Starts Sunday, July 10, Mini Concert Series during coffee fellowship.
Bishop Eaton Speaks about Supreme
Court Decision To Withdraw Women’s Rights
to Reproductive Health Care
“This church declares that any person who has become unexpectedly pregnant has moral agency to discern what to do, and this decision-making usually happens in a community — not only the person who is pregnant but with God, family, partners, friends, doctors and pastors… The ELCA opposes both "the total lack of regulation of abortion" and "legislation that would outlaw abortion in all circumstances."

Visit the ELCA website here for a full text of her statement.
Help! The Grass is Growing
This the time of year when the lawns at church grow like crazy. Can you volunteer a few hours? We have mowers, gas and equipment. Just need some muscles and sweat! 

Family & Friends Gathering
Wet & Wild Waterslide
5:30pm Wednesday, July 13, dress to get wet! After dinner and worship, the waterslide is open. We'll keep a campfire going. RSVP Contact Pastor Deb
Camp for Kids!
Making Waves and Ring N Sing
9:30am August 15, 16 and 17. Contact Dane Ueland or Lee Mathews.
Serving Our Neighbors in Need
Thank you to those who served this week, Nancy Bodkin, Carma Clark, Debbie Woltring, Gary Fletcher, Wade Wessels, Stephanie Barrett and Betty Barrett.
Want to help with Everett Hot Meals and Families Feeding Families?
Summer Kids' Breakfast and School Supply Drive
You can make a difference for local children in need. As schools close for the summer, access to breakfast and lunch becomes more limited. Bring shelf-stable breakfast items and school supplies to church through the month of June. Contact the Office
New Art by Rolf Oversvee
Come to the Commons and see a new display of Rolf's lifetime of work. The Art Display Committee celebrates his art and yours.
People are Signing up to be Worship Leaders!
Ushers, Greeters, Readers, Holy Communion
and Cafe Host.

Look for "Laurel's Lavender Leader Sheets"
Sign up or update your information today!
Members of Our Savior's Have Contributed Thousands of Dollars to Help Ukrainian and Afghani Refugees
At Lutheran Community Services Northwest, we are grateful for Church partners who support this work with hands, hearts and prayers. With your help we have resettled more than 700 Afghans since last August. But the work is far from done.
Find out more from Lutheran Community Services NW HERE
There's a way to make a one-time gift or set up an automatic donation to sustain ministry. Please contact our Financial SecretarSheila Bartlett with questions about your giving. Contribute HERE

Mail a gift to 215 W. Mukilteo Blvd, Everett, WA 98203.
Do you need to receive envelopes by mail?
No worries! We are happy to send them to you. If you are already getting them, but don't need them, let us know by clicking HERE. Office Manager Beth Hansen can remove your address from that mailing list so you won't receive unneeded mail.
Another way to donate:
We are glad to share this greener version of what used to be a monthly paper newsletter. It saves on our costs, reduces the paper waste and keeps important and timely information in front of our members and friends. If you know of someone who would like to receive this news, have them send us their email address.

Did you receive this as a forward? Sign up to receive future emails.

Please DO NOT click on the unsubscribe link below.
If you have questions or concerns regarding receipt of emails from Our Savior's please contact oslc-everett@oslc-everett.org.