What do we believe…
...about Holy Communion?
We celebrate the real presence of Christ in the bread & wine of Holy Communion. In this meal, we are given forgiveness of sins, life and salvation. At Our Savior's we practice an open table - all are welcome and invited to share in the gift of God's grace and mercy.
Baptism is God's welcome into the Christian faith. Baptism is a onetime event, with promises that last forever. By water and the Word, God delivers us from sin and death and raises us to new life in Jesus. We are united with all the baptized in the one body of Christ, anointed with the gift of the Holy Spirit and joined in God's mission for the life of the world. All are welcomed to be baptized.
Our Savior's is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). For more information about the ELCA and what we believe, click the link below.
How can I become a member?
Fill out a connection card located in the pews or contact the church office at (701)845-1328 for more information
How do I enroll a child in Sunday School?
If you are interested in enrolling in Sunday School, or have any Sunday School questions, contact Katie Sather, Sunday School Superintendent, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Children are always welcome to come on a Sunday and give the class a try before enrolling regularly.
How do I arrange a wedding?
Please contact the church office and we will work to set up an appointment to visit about details for arranging a wedding.
How do I arrange a baptism?
Please contact the church office and we will respond to you about arranging a baptism. The pastor may wish to arrange pre-baptismal meeting with parents and or sponsors of the baptized. Baptisms are held during worship services.
When do you have Holy Communion?
We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday at each worship service! During the program year, we also share in communion as part of our weekly Confirmation classes and during our midweek Lenten worships.
As Lutherans, we celebrate the real presence of Christ in the bread and wine of Holy Communion. In this meal, we are given forgiveness of sins, life and salvation. At Our Savior's, we practice an open table, meaning all are welcome and invited to share in the gift of God's grace and mercy.
Gluten free wafers and white grape juice are offered. If you do not wish to partake the communion, but still wish to receive a blessing, come forward and make this request to the pastor serving communion.