Worship with us online during COVID-19.
We are worshipping on "Zoom Church" out of love for you.
Leading up to our first ever Online Annual Meeting, there will be three forums to discuss three of the four topics up for vote at the meeting. The fourth topic for voting is election of new council members. There will also be a "dress rehearsal" for people to practice logging in or calling in to Zoom, if you are unfamiliar with the process, and for meeting leaders to practice sharing their screens, etc.
During the Annual Meeting on January 24th, there will not be time for discussion on the three topics designated for the forums. Discussion on these topics will only happen during the forums for which they are assigned. Please plan on attending these forums to join in the conversation and raise questions, concerns, and excitements. If you cannot join a forum but know that you have thoughts you wish to share or questions to be discussed, please contact a council member or email email@example.com. The forums will be recorded and notes will be taken during them.
To view the proposed agenda for the January 24th Annual Meeting and learn more about these events, click the button below to visit the Council Corner page of our website.
Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church (COSLC) is a church family inspired by God's love, where:
We praise God in worship, song and prayer.
We have dedicated ourselves to praising God through weekly worship on Sundays at 10am. We also host two other congregations who also worship in our building on Sunday mornings so that all day long, praises to God are rising up from within our Sanctuary.
We nurture and support one another through the Love of Christ by gathering to grow through God’s Grace and delighting in the diversity of all of God’s children.
We have dedicated ourselves to nurturing and supporting one another through prayer, Bible study and devotions, and connecting through a buddy system during COVID-19.
And we reach out, serve, and incite miracles.
We have dedicated ourselves to responding to the needs of our neighbors around Anchorage by helping support the ministries of Clare House and Lutheran Social Services of Alaska.
We are also currently getting a community garden up and growing to further support the needs of our neighbors in South Anchorage.
We are a progressive Lutheran Church which means we take the idea of God’s grace, that comes to us through Jesus Christ extended to all the world, seriously. What that means in practical terms is: you are welcome in our congregation, you are welcome at communion, and you don’t have to change who or what God made you in order to fit in. People of all identities and genders are loved within our church.
Our worship is casual in attire and relaxed in attitude. Everyone is invited to join us. We promise to love you for exactly who you are!
Jesus said let the little children come to me, and when he said that he did not ask for them to have clean clothes on, or their face wiped clean or for them to act correctly before they came to him. He simply invited them. We invite them too. We often have children dancing in the aisles when we’re singing. We often have children making a bit too much noise. If children being children bothers you, this is not the church for you. If however you are the type of person that welcomes children dirt and all, you’ll love it here.