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OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO, CANADA
Welcome!
We invite you to be part of our community of grace and faith, active in Thunder Bay for the past 111 years. We seek to continue to be a place where people can grow in their understanding of God's forgiving love revealed through Jesus. Gathered in to worship, God's Spirit calls us out to share in word and action what it means to be people of God.

OUR VISION:

"Come share the gifts of God -

serve the world"



Sunday School:
All children JK - Grade 6, are welcome to attend our Sunday. We meet together most Sundays until next May, at 10:30 a.m. in the room off the entrance to Immanuel Hall. Karen Bishop and Kirsti Burns are our congregation's Sunday School coordinators for 2017-2018. See them, or call the church office, 344-1926, for more information.


Harvest Festival:
Our Lutheran Community Care Centre's annual Harvest Festival is being held on Sat. Sept. 23, at Hilldale Lutheran, Noon - 3 p.m. Tickets are available at Our Saviour's on Sunday mornings, or at the doors.  Our congregation has been asked to supply 6 pies, apple or pumpkin.  If you can assist with this, please contact Lillian,  768-8251.


Hurricane Irma Emergency Relief Fund:
Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR) is accepting donations to respond to the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean.  CLWR's partner organization, the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), is responding to the needs in Haiti.  The LWF has been present in that country since 1995.  At this time, evaluation of the damages and needs is underway.  Funds raised by CLWR will support the LWF's work in the Caribbean, through the appeal issued by ACT Alliance. Please mark your special offerings 'CLWR-Hurricane'. Thank you.




Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
is located 
at the corner 
of River and Farrand Streets, 
Thunder Bay, Ontario


 
Our congregation is located on 
the traditional territory  of the Ojibway of the
Fort William
First Nation, 
a signatory to the Robinson-Superior Treaty.

'Reconciliation':
Reserve 107. This powerful film centres on the true story of what happens when a group of Mennonites and Lutherans in the town of Laird SK discover that the land on which they live is in fact the former reserve of the Young Chippewayan First Nation.  Through storytelling, we hear about an unique movement in history, where relationships are formed.