Learning and Being Youth
Our next session: tba - the Health Unit Covid-19 guidelines for places of worship preclude in-person Sunday children's ministry at this time. We are working toward online opportunities. Stay tune!
However, there are handouts for children who come to worship, or for their caregivers to share with them, by email.
Our previous practice;
On the first and third Sundays of each month (our Holy Communion celebrations) we have traditional Sunday School sessions, for children in JK - Gr. 6. They join worship for the sharing of Communion.
For the other Sundays of the month children and their parents are invited to pick up 'Sunday Adventure' bags, located under the mailboxes. These bags will contain both general and Sunday specific activities for the children to engage in while they attend worship - either sitting in the area near the mailboxes or in the pews. There will be a Children's Message on each of these Sundays as well. Please bring your children and grandchildren for these Sunday adventures!
Our Coordinator is Karen Bishop.
All youth in Grade 7 and older are welcome to be part of our two-year programme. We focus on the promises made at Baptism to help each other grow in faith and life.
We are meeting online on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 3:30-4:15 p.m.
Please see Pastor Matthew for more details.
All women are invited for discussion and great fellowship!
Next meeting: (by Zoom) : Monday, April 19, 1:30 p.m. Contact Jenny Phillips or the office for connection details
We normally meet monthly on the third Monday, at 1:30 p.m., in Immanuel Hall, except July and August.
An Online #EnRoute Experience
SAVE THE DATE! August 19-22, 2021
Registration Opens April 2021
Due to the ongoing uncertainty of the global pandemic, the difficult decision has been made for CLAY 2021 to be hosted as an online event.
The CLAY National Planning Committee and our National Churches are working very hard in exploring what this new kind of CLAY will look like and how it will happen. For more information, visit:
The 178th Thunder Bay Cubs meet at Our Saviour's.
Using the Scouts Canada training and guidelines, it is able to resume its meetings, but in a new way.
The main one is that they will only be outside: no indoor meetings or camping allowed. The only use of the building will be for bathroom emergencies, with sanitizing protocols being followed.
Note: Cubs are meeting online.
For information on Cubs and registration, contact Susan,
Our Saviour's, as part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In Canada, invites all the baptized to receive Holy Communion.
First Communion is a session for children whose parents desire them to begin receiving the sacrament. Call the office, 344-1926, for information on the next class.
Students at Confederation College and Lakehead University: Pastor Matthew would love to have a cup of coffee with you!
Campus contact: If you, or your son or daughter, is going to be at college this year, whether at LU or Confederation or elsewhere, email contact information (student name, email address, college) to email@example.com