Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
     Due to the Cronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) we will start holding our Divine Church Services on Sunday in the sanctuary at Our Savior Lutheran Church.  The first service will start at 9:00 am and you are required to wear mask and keep social distancing.  The second service at 11:00 am will be up to your discretion to wear a mask or not. If you need help with the sign-up sheet, please contact Kendra at (815) 889-4241 or email at the church office and she will help you get signed up. Please verify your email with the church office. Also you can sign up below by clicking on the month of the church service.
   To sign up for the 9:00 or 11:00 AM service For October & November
Welcome back Sunday School and Adult Bible Class!!!

     The Board of Education of Our Savior Lutheran Church would like to announce that Sunday School and Bible Classes will return for the new school year.  We will dismiss the Sunday School students first following the worship service. As a reminder, face masks will be optional, but suggested; however, social distancing guidelines will be strictly enforced in every classroom. Hand sanitizer will be available in the classroom and pencils and other writing utensils will be kept in individual bags for each child. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Brenna Schroeder, Brain Neukomm, Courtney Rieches or Melissa Storm.

October and November Worship Services – Are you signed up? We will be holding 2 Divine Services throughout the month of October and November at 9a and 11a. The church office provided a link to sign up to attend or you may sign up at on the Covid-19 tab. Any questions, please feel free to contact Kendra at 815-867-7407 or by email at

We will stream our Sunday services at 9:00 and 11:00 AM (Click Here) and also on WIBK Radio, 96.9 FM, Watseka, IL at 9:00 AM – Tune in
The last weeks has brought about a pause to a lot of things that bring us joy and changes to our routine. There has been a lot of talk about COVID-19 and what that should or shouldn’t mean to our daily lives and activities.
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