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Our Saviour’s will hold a hymn sing for the first worship service of 2015.
All are invited to the service full of praise and music, which begins at 10 a.m. On Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015.
Our Saviour’s is partnering with one of our young people in December to provide help in India. Through working on a senior project to assist an orphange in India, a student from OSELC learned lepers in India have a great need for gauze and antibiotic ointment.
Through the month of December, OSELC is collecting gauze, ointment and/or money ($20) for medical kits to aid a village in India dealing with leprosy. The material or money can be left at OSELC.
For more information or to help, call 837-8055 or 882-1898.
2,000 years later and the arrival of Jesus still fills our hearts with anticipation. Like the shepherds and the wisemen, we also celebrate the Messiah.
Please join us this Advent season in any of the following events set aside for such a time as this:
– Sign ups underway for purchases of Christmas greens and poinsettias.
– Sunday, Dec. 14, church cleaning for the Advent season.
– Wednesday, Dec. 24, Christmas Eve candlelight service @ 7:30 p.m.
– Thursday, Dec. 25, Christmas service @ 10 a.m.
On Sunday, Nov. 23, OSELC will share in two opportunities to express gratitude during this season of thanksgiving.
After worship service that morning, WELCA members will host a Thanksgiving luncheon at OSELC.
Then at 6 p.m. that Sunday evening OSELC will participate in the annual community Thanksgiving service at the Sunnyside High School auditorium.
All are welcome to join us that day in sharing the spirit of Thanksgiving!
This morning after worship service several at OSELC participated in an ice bucket challenge to honor our longtime friend and sister Sonja McDaniel, who is battling ALS. In her name we raised more than $1,000 for ALS research
God bless you Sonja and Dennis on your move to Seattle. Please know you are loved and will very much be missed!
OSELC will host a National Night Out block party from 6 to 8 p.m. We’ll have lots of food…everything from hamburgers to watermelon to cake…plus a raffle for free items such as a pinata, free coupons and school supplies.
But wait, there’s more! We’ll also have face painting and games for the kids.
And….we’ll even have a fire truck visit!
So stop by, get acquainted with your Harrison Hill neighbors and enjoy the night out.