WELCOME TO OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
For us, Jesus is not just a historical figure, but someone who is alive and present – someone you can know, love, and experience yourself.
His message of love and salvation through faith is what we teach as a church. We welcome you to join us in learning more about who Jesus is, and experiencing his presence today
In the Spirit of Jesus, we grow in faith through Worship and Education while Nurturing and Serving God’s community.
Since 1945 we’ve been here in central Tucson, serving the community by living the message of Jesus Christ. So whatever your personal situation, we invite you to take a look at Our Saviour’s and join us on our mission.
Please excuse us as we work on updating the new website and adding information. Thank you!
Gathering together for Worship as a community of faith is the primary part of our lives together. We meet each week for music, prayer and reading of scripture. Currently we gather on Sundays for Chapel Communion in our historic chapel at 7:30 am and for Traditions Worship in our main sanctuary at 9:00am. For the seasons of Lent and Advent we gather for mid-week worship as well as occasional special services other times of the year. See our current schedule on our Publications page.
When we gather for worship, and especially when are celebrating Holy Communion, all are welcome.
News and Updates
This Sunday we are in for a special blessing with music sung and played by Paul Ingvoldstad. Paul always blesses us in mighty ways with his musical talents and I’m sure this Sunday will be special. He’ll be playing at both services on Sunday and the prelude will be an arrangement of “Breathe on Me,…Read More
YOUTH & FAMILY
Join us for Wild Wednesdays, 6-7:30 p.m. at our Youth Center. We’ll grill hamburgers and hot dogs, bring a side or dessert if you can! Schedule: May 10: Mad Science May 17: Crazy Games May 24: Puppets May 31: Glow in the Dark Dance Party June 7: Make Fun Factory VBS Party June 14: No…Read More
FROM OUR PASTOR
New record high temperature. 116 degrees. Hot enough to cook food in my car, although I haven’t taken that opportunity for good stewardship… yet. How do we cope? I had a mid-west transplant tell me “Think of it like a snow day, only different.” When the temps are too cold in the mid-west winter, or…Read More