10am Sunday Sept. 12, Worship Outdoors, Ministry Fair and Salmon for EveryOne
Bring canned food to share with neighbors in need. Bring an offering to help cover salmon and the meal (about $8 per person), see the exhibits from ministers and groups in the Congregation, bring a mask and bring a friend!
RSVP Beth in the office or call 425.252.0413

Please bring canned items for the
food drive.

Our costs are about $8 a person

The Fire Marshall has given approval for
fire-pit gilling this year!
Installation in Worship of Dana Lambert, our new Preschool Director 10am this Sunday.
We are delighted to begin the new school year with Dana's leadership and inspiration in this very important outreach of the congregation. Welcome Dana!
Annual "Clean the Pond" Event
9am - 11:30am, September 11
Volunteers needed! Grab your gloves and boots and come help with raking, loading, dumping, digging and more around the retention pond at the north end of the parking lot.
  • Gloves
  • Wheelbarrows
  • Garden rakes
  • 5 gallon buckets
  • Shovels
  • Long-handled pruners
  • Big Smiles

Questions? Contact Jim Hunt or Mike Barthol
Thanks for Masking Up!
Our Savior's will be complying with Snohomish County's recommendation in wearing masks during indoor events.
10am September 12, In-person Worship
In the Parking Lot
Online Worship OSLC YouTube
Elementary Kids Klub Ministry
Starting September 19. Kids' Klub Outdoor Ministry in the Nature Park. The kids will discover deeper faith and see God's presence in Nature. They will learn about:
  • Bible characters
  • Our part in God's magnificent world
  • Engage in ways that fit their developmental stages

Email Debbie Cooper for more information.
Brewing Faith - Young Adult Ministry
Are you a young adult (or young at heart) and looking for a safe and open community to discuss faith and spirituality in our current world? Join "Brewing Faith" every other Thursday at 6:30pm beginning September 16. Email Taryn Hauglie to receive more information and to join the email list.
Fall Adult Learning
Thrive: Grandparents and Parents Book Study
This year, we look forward to a book study with “Thrivers; the surprising reasons why
some kids struggle and others shine in today’s world.” By Michele Borba.

Borba explores teachable skill’s that help kids thrive. These essential skills include, self-confidence, empathy, self control, integrity, curiosity, perseverance and optimism.

This expansion of the “Grandparents group form years past. Please get the book and join the conversations.

If you are interested in joining please email cahoiby@comcast.net or call Chris at 425-308-3771 or Cathie 425-290-2771 by September 19th.

Once we have some interested persons, we’ll figure out together good times to meet.
A Divided Nation and a Divided Church
Dr. Seth Dowland, Professor of American Religious History, PLU.
A Divided Nation and a Divided Church; How did we get here and what’s next? 10:45am in the conference room or live stream on zoom. Sept 19 –Oct 3. Class description HERE. Sign up by emailing Beth in the office.

Zoom link HERE
"In Search of Shalom; Exploring the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"
10:45am Sunday mornings in October. Learn about better understanding the challenges and the heartache of the Holy Land. Moderated by Rev. Dr. Rick Rouse, we welcome speakers: Rev. Mitri Raheb, pastor in Bethlehem; Rod Schofield, ELCA Representative to Israel and Palestine, and Tamar Haddad, a Palestinian Christian woman with a powerful story to tell. Sessions in the conference room and live-stream. Contact Rev. Dr. Rick Rouse
Holiday Food Contributions
It's that time of year! Click on the LINK to get the latest information on 2021 Holiday food and contributions. Questions? Contact Marianne Harvey
Care Team Outreach
Do you like to write? How about making someone's day? Our Savior's Care Team would love your help with writing and sending out birthday cards to members. If you are interested in making people smile please contact Jan Weisenbach for details.
Hurricane Ida Relief
The headlines are filled with the devastation from Hurricane Ida, which made landfall near New Orleans on Aug. 30 — exactly 16 years after Hurricane Katrina. The impact of Ida is yet to be fully assessed, but with a hurricane of this scale, rebuilding will be costly and take years. You can help HERE
Wildfire Relief
Lutheran Disaster Response is working with synods and social ministry organizations in the western states to develop a coordinated response to the wildfires. We anticipate that immediate needs will include food and other necessities. Long-term recovery will likely take years. Your gifts will support wildfire survivors. Gifts to “U.S. Wildfires” will be used in full (100%) to assist those affected by wildfires, until the response is complete. Donate  HERE
Haiti Earthquake Relief
A devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck southwest Haiti on Aug. 14. Over 1,400 people were killed, and that number is expected to increase as search-and-rescue efforts continue. Blocked roads are delaying the delivery of vital supplies to hospitals, which are overwhelmed with more than 6,900 injured people. 
Haiti Earthquake relief help link HERE
Meals For Those In Need
Our Savior's Lutheran Church and Everett Hot Meals Coalition were able to serve 111 of our neighbors in need on Sunday. Thank you to Tom (a new volunteer), Dana Lambert, Leasha Brown, Gary and Sherrie Fletcher and Nancy Bodkin.
We Need A Painter
Mike Barthol and the Property committee are looking for help with projects.
Contact Mike Barthol for details.
What is "Give +?"
Over a 100 of our friends and members make their regular offering with Give +, an automatic, electronic fund transfer program. It helps Sheila, our Volunteer Financial Secretary. It’s safe, it’s regular and it assures that your gift comes here to church even if you are away for the day. Contact Sheila Bartlett at
425.438.8021 or 425. 737.0398
Preschool Enrolling Now For September
Our Savior's Lutheran Church and Preschool, a place to explore, grow and learn in fun ways!

Contact Dana Lambert
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