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Our Saviour Lutheran Church
 

2705 Islington Avenue
Etobicoke (Toronto), Ontario   M9V 2X7
Phone: 416-741-2110
 

Rev. G.C. Johnson B.A., M.Div.,Th.M.,  pastor@oslc.on.ca

Rev. Joseph Singh
Assistant Pastor pastor.joseph@oslc.on.ca

 


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Our Saviour
Lutheran Church
Food Bank
or if you
need volunteer hours
Contact Pastor Joseph
Phone: (647) 476-4242

Affiliated with the
Daily Bread Food Bank
Toronto

 

We are a member congregation of the Lutheran Church Canada - East District.


 

Members at Our Saviour experiencing the forgiveness and love of Christ strive to live out the command of Jesus to, "Love one another" both among our membership and the wider community of Northwest Toronto. The strength to love and forgive comes from being rooted in the Word of God and faithful reception of His Sacraments. We believe that God is present with us each Sunday and his guiding nurturing hand is upon our Sunday School, Bible Classes, mission outreach and fellowship events. What a blessing!
    Come and join us!
    Pastor Johnson





Affiliated Synods:

Lutheran Church
Missouri Synod


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Our Saviour Lutheran Church 

Our Saviour Lutheran Church

SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY

11 am   English Language Lutheran Worship Service

Holy Communion is celebrated on
the
2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.

1 pm  Hindi/Urdu
Language Lutheran Worship Service.

 

Upcoming Events


SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17th 2019

~ TRINITY 22



10 am Bible Study
in the Fireside Room
with Pastor Johnson.




11:00 am Sunday School

11am English Worship Service

1pm Hindi/Urdu Worship Service


Today's Readings

Walking humbly with our God and forgiving one another

With what shall we come before the Lord
(Micah 6:6)
who forgives all our sins,
and how often shall our fellow Christians sin against us
and we forgive them
(Matt. 18:21)?
Our gracious God on high does not need our
“burnt offerings”
or
“thousands of rams”
(Micah 6:6-7),
which we could legitimately offer in thanksgiving.
He is the Savior who gave His only-begotten Son for our transgression.
He offers the fruit of His body,
once hanging dead on a cross but now living
and giving life in His holy Meal,
for the sin of our souls
(Micah 6:7).
Because He releases us from our enormous debt of sin against Him,
we need not imprison our fellow sinners with our lack of love
and refusal of forgiveness
(Matt. 18:24, 27, 30).
As partakers of His grace,
we yearn for one another
“with the affection of Christ Jesus”
(Phil. 1:8).
As forgiven sinners,
“filled with the fruit of Christ’s righteousness,”
our
“love may abound more and more,
with knowledge and discernment”

(Phil. 1:11, 9),
for He leads us
“to do justice, and to love kindness,
and to walk humbly with [our] God”

(Micah 6:8).


SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24th 2019

~ Last Sunday of the Year



10 am Bible Study
in the Fireside Room
with Pastor Johnson.




11:00 am Sunday School

11am English Worship Service
with Communion.

1pm Hindi/Urdu Worship Service.


Today's Readings


By Faith We Are Prepared for Christ’s Return

“The day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night”
(1 Thess. 5:1–11).
The arrival of the bridegroom will be sudden
and unexpected.
Therefore you are to be watchful
and ready like the five wise virgins.
“For you know neither the day nor the hour”
when the Son of Man is to return.
(Matt. 25:1–13).
The lamps are the Word of Christ.
The oil in the lamps is the Holy Spirit,
who works through the Word to create
and sustain the flame of faith in Christ.
The foolish are those who do not give proper attention to the working of the Holy Spirit in baptism,
preaching,
and the supper,
and so their faith does not endure.
The wise, however,
are those who diligently attend to these gifts of the Spirit,
and who therefore have an abundance of oil.
The flame of faith endures to the end.
By God’s grace they are received into the eternal wedding feast of the Lamb in His kingdom,
the new heavens
and the new earth created by the Lord for the joy of His people
(Is. 65:17–25).





SUNDAY DECEMBER 1st 2019

~ First Sunday in Advent
(Ad Te Levai)




10 am Bible Study
in the Fireside Room
with Pastor Johnson.



11:00 am Sunday School

11am English Worship Service

1pm Hindi/Urdu Worship Service.


Today's Readings


The Lord Jesus Comes in Humility to Redeem Us

The new Church Year begins by focusing on the humble
coming of our Lord.
Behold,
your king is coming to you,
humble,
and mounted on a donkey

(Matt. 21:5).
Even as He was born in a lowly manger,
so Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a beast of burden.
For He bears the sin of the world.
He is the Son of David riding to His enthronement on the cross,
where He shows Himself to be
The LORD is our Righteousness
(Jer. 23:5–6).
Our Lord still comes in great humility to deliver His righteousness to us in the Word and Sacraments.
Before receiving Christ’s body and blood, we also sing,
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!
Hosanna in the highest!

(Matt. 21:9)
And as we receive the Sacrament,
we set our hearts on His return in glory,
for
our salvation is nearer to us now than when we first believed
(Rom. 13:11).



Our Saviour Lutheran Church offers wheelchair access and seating in the church for our worship services, as well as accessible washrooms by elevator on the main and lower floors.