Church of Our Saviour

21 Marathon Street | Arlington, Massachusetts | 781-648-5962



Wherever you are or have been on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.

Church of Our Saviour is a diverse and vibrant Christian community in the Episcopal tradition. We believe in caring for each other, serving the wider community, and being good stewards of the earth. Whoever you are or whoever you’ve been, we warmly invite you to join us for Sunday worship and fellowship time to truly experience the way God is present here.

Our Eucharist, which means “Thanksgiving,” is a service of Holy Communion open to all. Each Sunday, we gather in a circle to hear God’s word and pray.

Holy Eucharist 10 a.m. Sundays Sept.–June | 9 a.m. July–Labor Day

Worship with Your Toddler 8:30 a.m.–9 a.m. 1st Sun. of the month (except July)

Learn here about our services and programs, activities for children, and efforts to reach out to others. Then come and see, introduce yourself to our rector Rev. Malia Crawford or deacon Rev. Sue Fisher Seeger, say hello to the greeter as you come in, and if you like, fill out a newcomer card found in the pew.

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Introduces the Episcopal Church

Winter 2016-17

Youth 4th grade and Up, join Upper Room Fun Fridays! Learn more about this opportunity for youth here.

In Memoriam

Our beloved parishioner Jane Guy died on Wed. Feb. 15. Please keep her wife, Gail, as well as their families, friends, and all who loved Jane in your prayers.

A service in celebration of Jane’s life will be held at Church Of Our Saviour on Sunday February 26 at noon. Our Saviour is located at 21 Marathon St in Arlington. Malia will  officiate.

A luncheon will be held at Olivio’s following the service. Please RSVP the Our Saviour office at 781.648.5962 or if you plan to attend. Olivio’s is located a few blocks from Our Saviour at 201 Mass Ave.

Go forth and share the love and goodness Jane shared with all of us.

On Sat., Jan. 14, our beloved Jim Mouradian died unexpectedly. A talented bass guitarist, he had been playing a gig in CT. Jim taught us all how to share joy, gratitude and hope, even in the darkest times. Go forth and live Jim’s example of love.

Read a remembrance of him in The Boston Globe or Malia’s sermon.