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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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Phone: (647) 476-4242
 



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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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  To Know Jesus Christ and Make Him Known

Welcome to
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 with Communion.

SERVICES
FROM SEPTEMBER TO JUNE
EVERY SUNDAY


This is Now going on...

10 am   Bible Study
in the
Fireside Room (Free)
Walk ins Welcome.

11:00 am Sunday School for Ages 6-12
All Children attend (Free)
Walk ins Welcome.

- Free Admittance - All are Welcome
to all our Worship Services.

 

 
Upcoming Events


 

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17th 2017

~ THE FOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 
SERVICE



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




11:00 am Sunday School
Have the kids join our Free Sunday School
From the front of the church at the main entrance,
take the stairs down to your right
for classes on the lower level.



The ten lepers cried out from a distance.

11am English Worship Service


1pm Hindi/Urdu Language Lutheran Worship Service
with Communion.



The Summary of Readings Today

The Cry of Faith: Lord, Have Mercy

The ten lepers cried out from a distance,
“Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!”
(Luke 17:11–19).
Their condition cut them off from God and others.
So also do the works of the flesh cut us off from God and others.
“Those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God”
(Gal. 5:16–24).
Thus we cry out with the lepers, “Lord, have mercy;
Christ, have mercy; Lord, have mercy,”
eagerly seeking His good gifts. Jesus said to the lepers,
“Go and show yourselves to the priests.”
And as they went, they were cleansed.
So too, we walk by faith and not by sight, being confident of Jesus’
help before we see any evidence of it, trusting that Jesus’
cleansing words of forgiveness will restore us to wholeness in the resurrection.
Let us be as the one leper who returned to the true High Priest
to give Him thanks and glory.
For Jesus bore our infirmities in His sacrifice at Calvary.
His words are life to those who find them, and health to all their flesh
(Prov. 4:10–23).

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24th 2017

~ THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 
SERVICE



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




11:00 am Sunday School
From the front of the church at the main entrance,
take the stairs down to your right
for classes on the lower level.


11am English Worship Service
with Communion.






The Summary of Readings Today

Anxious Bondage vs. Confident Trust

“You cannot serve God and money”
(Matt. 6:24–34),
for they require two contrary forms of service.
Worry is the worship given to the false god of mammon,
an unbelieving anxiousness and focus on the things of this world.
Faith is the worship of the true God, a confident trust
that He is a loving Father who will care for all of our needs
in both body and soul. The widow of Zarephath served God—
that is, she believed the word of the Lord spoken by Elijah
that the bin of flour would not be used up nor would the jar of oil run dry
(1 Kings 17:8–16).
He who feeds the birds and clothes the flowers will certainly
provide for our daily needs.
For He has already provided for our eternal needs,
clothing us with Christ’s righteousness in Baptism and feeding
us His body and blood for our forgiveness.
With such confidence we are liberated from worry and freed
to do good with our material resources, especially to those
who are of the household of faith
(Gal. 5:25–6:10).


 

SUNDAY OCTOBER 1st 2017

~ THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 
SERVICE



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



11:00 am Sunday School

11am English Worship Service
 
1pm
Hindi/Urdu Language Lutheran Worship Service

with Communion.




The Summary of Readings Today

Jesus Calls forth Life from Death

A large funeral procession carrying the only son of a widow
is confronted by another large procession, Jesus and His followers.
Death and Life meet face to face at the gate of the city
(Luke 7:11–17).
Filled with compassion,
Jesus comes into direct contact with our mortality in order to overcome it.
He touches the coffin and speaks His creative words of life,
“Young man, I say to you, arise.”
Jesus does what is neither expected nor requested.
For through Christ, God the Father
“is able to do far more abundantly than all we ask or think”
(Eph. 3:14–21).
Jesus bore our death in His body that we may share in His resurrection.
Even as Elijah stretched himself out three times
over the Zarephath woman’s son
(2 Kings 17:17–24),
God stretched Himself out over us in the threefold application
of His name in the baptismal water,
breathing new and everlasting life into us.
“To Him be glory in the church and in
Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”




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.