OSLC and the ELCA

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church is a member of a national community of faith, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, in which we share a passion for participating in God's work in this world. Our faith is built around a strong belief in God made known to us in Jesus Christ.

Through worship, service, and education, we practice our faith, grow our relationship with God and experience God's grace in our lives. Our church is always being made new, but is deeply rooted in Scripture, Lutheran theology and Lutheran confessions. Through these roots, the Holy Spirit guides our journey to be a church that is both resilient and always new.

You can read more about the ELCA's mission or subscribe to newsletters by clicking the button below.

ELCA Website
The Nebraska Synod

Our regional expression of the ELCA covers most of the state of Nebraska. Synod ministries include cross-cultural congregations--Todos los hijos de Dios, United Asian Ministries, and Sudanese Lutheran ministries; service to the community through Mosaic, Lutheran Service Corps, and Bridges to Hope; and additional serving arms through the Nebraska Lutheran Outdoor Ministries, Nebraska Lutheran Campus Ministries, and Midland Lutheran College.

To find out more about how your financial gifts through Our Saviour's Lutheran Church impacts the ministries of the Nebraska Synod and the ELCA, download the synod annual report. OSLC commits 10% of our annual income to the synod. What happens next is nothing short of a miracle!

Nebraska Synod
Partners in Mission
The Lutheran Center

The Lutheran Center
OSLC has a special relationship with The Lutheran Center-UNL. As part of the Nebraska Lutheran Campus Ministry, The Lutheran Center serves the community alongside students, faculty, and staff at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Students at the center are leaders, servants, and participants in worship and pastoral care across the campus and the Lincoln community. The mission of The Lutheran Center includes preparing leaders to be faithful witnesses to Christ's love in the world.

The Lutheran Center, UNL Campus