Activities and Fellowship

Adult Sunday School

All adults, as well as, middle school and high school students are welcome to join this study/discussion group in the Parish House Library on Sundays from 9:00am - 9:30am.


This is an informal, life-application Biblically-based study group.  The group decides what topics/books will be studied and discussed based on group consensus.   

Tuesday Night Bible/Book Study

The Tuesday evening study group meets at 6:30pm the first and fourth Tuesdays of the month, in the parish library.  Topics are studied in-depth, but you can join in at anytime. 

Over the next few months, the group will be looking at various ways to pray, using several different sources. 

Everyone is welcome!-- please feel free to join us.

We’re going to put what we learn into practice.  Bring a journal or electronic device to record some notes about prayer so that you can use those notes as you practice the methods of praying.

Women of the ELCA (WELCA)

A community of women who are committed to grow in faith, to support one another and engage in Christian action.

Evening/Weekend Women's Group

The Evening/Weekend Women's Group is for all women, but many working moms attend. Service work for the church and community is often combined with breakfast or lunch fellowship. 

Past activities include: making health kits for Lutheran World Relief, attending the We Care Arts Fall Fundraiser, going to La Comedia to see the Church Basement Ladies and visiting the Patterson Homestead for tea. 

There are not regular meeting dates, but most meetings are outside of regular business work hours.   If you are interested in receiving email notices for this group, click the button below.

Monday Women's Group

The Monday Woman’s Group meets on the first Monday of every month (except January) at 11:30am.  The group gathers for fellowship and fun at various local restaurants. Topics of the meetings vary.

For a schedule and locations, click below. You can also find the schedule in the 2018-2019 Women of The Lutheran Church of Our Savior Directory.  Please contact the church office if you do not have a copy and would like one.

Sewing Circle

The Sewing Circle has been serving those in need for over 50 years.  In 2017, 41 quilts, 15 layettes and health kits were sewn and sent to Lutheran World Relief.  Additionally, 110 hats and scarves were sent to First Lutheran Church (Dayton) for the homeless.

The Sewing Circle meets twice a month--see church calendar for dates and times.   

If you like to sew, this lively group is for you!