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Now that Reformation 500 is a distant memory and we’ve finished our travels to Wittenberg, Augsburg, and Leipzig, what next? Since October 27 is Reformation Sunday, how about one last Marty Party to review, recollect, and recap all we’ve learned. We’ll have fun, food, and games. What games, you may ask? We’re planning on Reformation Jeopardy, games, and a really great time—including a new “official” Reformation ballad to Marty Luther! What food, you may ask? Comfort foods, finger foods, and whatever foods you might want to bring to make our Marty Party one last blast from the past! October 27, 5:30pm.
You’re Invited to Our Savior’s 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Five Decades of Dreams
In 1969, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon,
half a million hippies walked to Woodstock,
and Our Savior Lutheran Church walked in Jesus’ footsteps to start a new community of faith.
In 1969, the Concorde flew faster than the sun,
the 747 Jumbo Jet took its maiden voyage,
the Pontiac Firebird flew on four wheels,
and Our Savior Lutheran Church flew from the nest of God’s grace to soar like an eaglet.
In 1969, PBS, Sesame Street, and Monty Python’s Flying Circus were established to change television forever,
the Beatles gave their last public performance to change music forever,
and Our Savior Lutheran Church was founded to change the lives of ordinary people like you and me forever.
In 1969, Indira Gandhi and Golda Meier proved that women could be strong leaders,
Richard Nixon proved that men could abuse leadership,
and Our Savior Lutheran Church was blessed with a leader like Pastor Arthur Malin (Anderson, Jenson, Johnson, and Nelson would follow) to begin this venture of faith that we are now celebrating 50 years later.
That's what we're set to do this September 15, with one service at 10 AM and a celebration banquet to follow. There must be at least 50 reasons to celebrate Our Savior Lutheran Church, but let's start with just a few: