Meet Banner Man, Matt McGinn

Volunteers are signing up to help with Altar care, Communion and candle oil. How about you? Contact Laurel Allan. See the Lavender sheet for details

The Series on Great Replacement and the Allure of Conspiracy Theories has been Extended

Erin Parks' class had more than 30 attending in-person and that many more online.

Contact the Office to sign up. Session one is on the YouTube Channel. 11:10am Sundays in the Fellowship Hall and on Zoom.

Brown Bag Meet the Candidates Luncheon

Are You a Registered Voter? Brown Bag Meet the Candidates Luncheon 11am Tues Oct 18. Tim Knopf, member of Our Savior’s and Facilitator from the Retired Teacher’s Association is hosting this community event. Bring a friend, bring a sandwich! We’ll have cookies, coffee and about 15 candidates for running for local office.

See who is coming here.  Republicans, Democrats, Independents, incumbents and challengers—all eager to meet you. 

What's a "Generation Sunday?"


The next Generation Sunday is October 16 and features pumpkin carving and Fall treats following worship. All the generations worship together in the sanctuary and share in special fellowship afterward. These days are intended for great-grandparents all the way through the youngest little ones. Invite a friend.

Kari Quaas, Photographer

Kari's art is being displayed in the Commons. Bring a friend. Come and see! 

Hurricane Fiona Relief

Lutherans from around the world are bringing support and relief to the storm-ravaged people of Porto Rico. Share you contribution to make a difference.

Lutheran Disaster Response

Native American Siblings

Northwest Washington Synod met on Sept. 17 to approve two resolutions from Our Savior's regarding support of our native American siblings. One resolution called for support of congressional legislation to create a Truth and Healing Commission to investigate decades of abuses in the Indian Boarding School system. The second was to support the Duwamish tribal nation in their quest for Federal Recognition. Both votes were unanimously in favor. Our thanks to Rick Rouse and participants in last years adult learning class.  

Gate Installed at Entrance

Our thanks to the Columbarium Committee and the Property & Grounds for their work to acquire and install gates at both ends of the Columbarium.

The gate is not locked, but is intended to be a visual reminder of the reverence and sacredness of the space. Security has not been a significant concern. 

The Columbarium is a place for the cremated remains of members of the Congregation. Have you seen it?

For information about engraving names on the memorial wall or reserving a niche, contact the Office

Are there young Children in your Life looking forward to Holy Communion?

Mark the family calendar for

October 12 and 19. Gather Wednesday evenings at 5:30pm for a family friendly dinner and session. Done at 6:30pm. Kids' Communion Sunday is set for October 30, 2022

Contact Pastors David or Deb

Our Savior's Joins Partner Congregations to Feed Local Neighbors in Need

Luis and Tippanie Vega-Alicea they are among Our Savior's leaders partnering with other congregations to advocate and serve our neighbors in need. Hot meals, clothing, dignity and kindness. Want to help?

Contact Susan Songstad or Leasha Brown.

Blue House

Under renovation! We give thanks for volunteers who have been preparing the rental blue house for a remodel. Your skills, tools and sweat are a gift. Contact Michael Barthol

Have you seen the Littlest Lutherans Look out?

Making Waves; Off to a Good Start

Yesterday's debut brought a bunch of 5-8 graders from the neighborhood rogether in the Fireside Room for music, friendship and inspiration. Contact Dane Ueland

7pm Wednesdays "Flames and Games"

Middle School Youth Group

Interested in youth events? Contact Kendyll Mathiason

Middle Schooler on Sundays Learning the Lord's Prayer

Is there a 6-8 grader in you life? Join Kendyll, Pastor Deb and Pastor David for Confirmation and new friendships and rediscovery of the

Lord's prayer.

"Decolonizing Jesus:

Reclaiming Authentic Christianity" 

11:10am PST Sundays November 6, 13 and 20. In person and on Zoom.

More information HERE.

Contact Rick Rouse to register. 

Change for Change

Water wins! Thanks to all who voted at the Change for Change booth on Sunday. Clean water was the clear winner, and we used the last of our change from last year to invest in a well to give people access to safe drinking water. Thanks to all who donated this past year—your spare change changed lives.

Change for Change will be back this year! What good will we do?

Chancel Bells and Choir Rehearse

6:30pm Bells, 7:30pm Choir Thursdays.

Contact Lee Mathews 

Lovely Laurel's Lavender Leader Sheets are Ready for you!

Ushers, Greeters, Readers, Holy Communion

and Cafe Host. Look for "Laurel's Lavender Leader Sheets"

Sign up or update your information today!

Laurel Allan

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