Traditional Service - Sundays at 9:00 am

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What to Expect


At Our Savior, we believe that God meets us in worship giving us His gifts. Our 9 AM Sunday morning service is a traditional, liturgical service that features music on a piano and pipe organ. Our messages explore how God’s Word speaks into our lives today organized into Biblically grounded topical sermon series.

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Kids & Families

We love kids! Children and youth are encouraged to worship with their parents throughout the Sunday morning service. If your child needs some extra space to wiggle, we have a nursery room connected to the sanctuary. We hope to see you and your family sometime soon.

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God has called everyone to be a part of His ministry. As our youth are comfortable, we encourage and equip them to be an active part of Sunday services. After worship, our youth meet for Bible Study, activities, and fellowship. For more information on Youth Group, contact Sara Agee.

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In Holy Communion, God comes and meets with us giving us the very body and blood of Jesus in, with, and under simple bread and wine. Communion is a special meal for all confessing and believing Christians. As Lutheran Christians, we believe Christ’s body and blood are truly present, and in this meal, we receive the forgiveness of our sins and power for Christian living. If you are in true repentance and have faith in these words, “given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins,” we urge you to participate. Grape juice and gluten-free wafers are available by request to those serving communion. Just ask for it and we would be happy to provide these for you. If you have questions about communion, our pastor would love to talk to you and answer any questions you might have.

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Sunday Studies

On each Sunday after worship, we gather to study God’s Word together at 10:30 AM. The classes are led by people like you diving into a host of different topics and books of the Bible. We’d love to have you join us for this special time in God’s Word.

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Get Connected

Life is a journey with many twists and turns. As you explore what it means to be a part of our community of faith, we invite you to take part in The On Ramp, a course that explores the basics of the Christian faith and what it means to be a part of a local community of believers in this place.

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Worship FAQ's

When do in-person services take place?

In-person indoor worship takes place every Sunday at 9:00 am. Beginning Aug. 15, we will also be offering at 6:00 pm family service

Who can attend in-person worship services? 

Anyone who is not showing known symptoms of COVID-19 is welcome to attend. We encourage people who might be more vulnerable to the virus to make prayerful and wise decisions about what is best for their personal health. That applies to those 65 and older and those with underlying health issues.

Do I need to register in order to attend? 

Not anymore. According to state regulations, registration for contact-tracing purposes is no longer required. We will continue with temperature checks, and ask that if you are sick, exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, or have family members who are ill, that you refrain from joining us. 

Are children welcome?

Yes! Children are encouraged to worship with their families at both our 9:00 am and new 6:00 pm family service!  As with all who attend worship, children should not be showing known symptoms of COVID-19. No childcare or children’s programming will be provided. Children must sit with a parent or guardian.

Social Distancing - How will seating be managed in the worship services?

We know that not everyone is ready to relax social distancing. Our sanctuary is spacious enough to provide ample room for seating along with a special social distancing section for those desiring just a bit more space.  

Is Our Savior following CDC and Health Department regulations and guidelines?

Yes. COVID-19 is still impacting our community, and your safety and health are important to us.  We continue to monitor changes to the guidance provided to us from at the federal, state, and county level and make the necessary adjustments to protocol and practice as needed. 

Are masks required?

No, as of Feb. 16, 2022, Alameda County has relaxed its indoor mask requirement. Those who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear masks for worship. We continue to follow state and local guidance on the use of masks.

Is hand sanitizer provided? 

Yes, hand sanitizer is in various locations on our campus. Attendees are encouraged to use it. You may also provide your own.

Are worship services still offered online? 

Yes, worship services continue to be offered online each week on YouTube


Will there be communion?

We will be offering communion as a part of our services allowing for appropriate precautions. We will provide gluten-free and non-alcoholic options as we have traditionally done. 

Will there be singing?

Yes, we are again able to sing as a part of worship! Per state and county guidelines we are again able to sing as a part of our worship together.