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 our 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.
Spring 2020 Updates
Online Worship with Our Saviour
Our Saviour is now gladly receiving online gifts as well as contributions by check. Read more about online giving here.
Note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, from Sun., Mar. 15 to May 31, all in-person Church of Our Saviour events (worship, Sunday School, nursery, adult ed, coffee hour, etc.) are CANCELLED. The baptism class will be rescheduled.
More Faith Resources Online
- Washington National Cathedral: Cathedral.org or YouTube.
- BU Marsh Chapel: 90.9 FM or anytime at the BU website.
- Local worship live streams and podcasts: diocesan list here
Note: Diocesan services for Holy Week will be offered online.
- Lenten adult ed. materials at Signs of Life.org
- Godly Play YouTube channel
- We Wonder: Contemplative Bible Storytelling for Children
- Faith to Go
Prayer for People Critically Ill or Facing Great Uncertainty
God of the present moment,
God who in Jesus stills the storm
and soothes the frantic heart;
bring hope and courage to all
who wait or work in uncertainty.
Bring hope that you will make them the equal
of whatever lies ahead.
Bring them courage to endure what cannot be avoided,
for your will is health and wholeness;
you are God, and we need you.
– Adapted from New Zealand Prayer Book, p. 765