Prayer Time

On Sunday, September 1 at 9:30 we will have a time for congregational prayer in the conference room. We are looking forward to a busy and special fall; we need to take time together for prayer to support all of this. Please come as we undergird our ministries with prayer!



Dates for the Fall

Sunday, Sept. 8 – Rally Sunday – Beginning of Sunday School and High School Youth program

Sunday, Sept. 29 – Bibles awarded to 4th grade students

Saturday, October 26 – Oktoberfest

Adult Sunday School – Revelation

Our Adult Sunday School class is going to study the book of Revelation. Class begins on Sunday, Sept. 8 and will be taught by Pastor Mark. The class will meet in the fellowship hall at 9:00 a.m.


First Communion

Four of our students have completed the first communion class and are now receiving Holy Communion. The students are Ean Hollenbeck, Jonah Rhodes, Charlie Cummings, and Emifaye Dixon. Please congratulate these young people!

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We have begun planning for Oktoberfest 2019. We are asking for the congregation to help with this annual event. If you are interested in helping, talk to Natalie Smith or any of the Church Council members. Mark your calendars and plan to join the fun and fellowship.

We are asking for the following donations of water, assorted individual chips and sodas: Coke, Dr. Pepper and Sprite, regular and diet.

This year will include a meal of brats, sauerkraut and German potato salad along with hotdogs. We will have water, sodas, and beer to drink. There will be a lot of music, dancing, and many activities for the kids. We need volunteers to help. The planning committee meets once a month to prepare and plan.



OSLC Christianity Outside of the Church

Milo and Dee Miles recently finalized the restoration of their 1929 Model A Ford. The A Project was originally started by Ray Wenger ( Dee’s father ) and was 95% completed when he gave it to Dee and Milo. It has been with them for the last 22 years. This summer they traveled 1500 miles to Max, North Dakota and presented to Dee’s niece (next generation) as a Birthday present.



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