Soup Suppers

Join us during Lent for our weekly Lenten Soup and Salad Suppers. These simple meals will begin March 1st and continue through the month of March. (no meal on Ash Wednesday or Holy week.) Serving will begin at 6:00 p.m. and end by 6:45 p.m. to allow for cleanup before the 7:00 service. Signups will be posted, so please sign up so we have plenty of food.



A Call for Vocalists!

The choir will learn a new hymn for Easter. We could really use a few more voices!
Can you help?

If so, please contact Dr. Jaeyong Lee at 806.549.8310 or email at



Easter Egg Hunt 2023

The infamous OSLC Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, April 8th, at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church (OSLC), 10:00 am to about noon. There will be plenty of egg-citing activities and snacks for all.

Egg-Citing Opportunities

Eggs: Pick up bag of plastic Easter eggs from church. Fill eggs with one piece of wrapped candy and bring back to church by Palm Sunday, April 2nd.

Snacks: Non- candy snacks needed such as: Individually-wrapped Cheez-it, Teddy Grahams, chips, Gold Fish, fruit flavored snacks, pretzels, popcorn….

Make a Guessing Jar: A sealed, decorated container filled with items or candy. Let Carmen Nazario know the number of items in the container. Its a secret.

Day of Event:

Non-kids needed to adult and help kids play a stationary game.

Help needed cleaning (sweeping and garbage take-out) after event, approximately 12:00

Questions? Please call Carmen Nazario 972-533-9935



Congratulations! Roger Stai and Mary Ann were married on Monday, March 20th.


Dormanen Baptism

Last Sunday, March 12, Willow Marie, Dakota Craig and Sage Jordan Dormanen were Baptized.

Check out the Dormanen Baptismal photo album on the home page, cleck photo Galley



Attention Altar Guild

Practice for stripping of the Altar for Maundy Thursday is scheduled for Sunday, April 2nd, after the service. Maundy Thursday is on April 6th. Please let Susan Buntz or Jan Moch know if you can attend.


Good News and Great Joy From 2022!

God did incredible things through Operation Christmas Child this past year. Over 9.3 million shoebox gifts were collected in the U.S. during National Collection Week—the most ever! Our worldwide total was over 10.5 million boxes, which included the 200 millionth shoebox packed since the project began in 1993. That special gift was lovingly placed in the hands of an 8-year-old orphan girl in Ukraine. This remarkable year wouldn't have been possible without partners like you who packed the shoeboxes. Thank you for your generosity, faithfulness, and especially for your prayers.

Information provided by Celebrating God's Faithfulness email, Samaritan's Purse



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