New this week – June 24, 2018

SUMMER SERMON SERIES – Let the Lord’s Leader Listen – June 24 to September 2. 

Few leaders leave a legacy like King David, who has been called the Great King and Giant Slayer.  David was a flawed man, desperately in need of forgiveness –like all of us.  David was a faith-filled follower of the Lord, blessed with a heart of passion and wisdom.  He sang the songs of a shepherd king from his youth until his grave.  He sought God’s will and as Israel’s leader instilled God’s way.  Even in his fumbling and failures, he longed for the presence and power of the God to whom he’d gladly give all glory.  David is a remarkable study in man’s weakness presented alongside God’s strength and God’s saving grace.


A complementary directory is ready on the entry table for all who had pictures included in the directory.  If you (your family) were not able to take or submit a photo, you can sign up to receive a free directory.  Please note that there is also a link now posted on the Our Savior member page of the website to view the directory onlineContact Sarah in the church office if you have questions.

Save the date for Our Savior Lutheran Church Picnic

On Sunday, August 26. There will be one combined worship service at 10:00 a.m. with the picnic to follow.


WELS released a brand-new version of the WELS Mobile app. There are several changes, including the name. It is now called the WELS App. The new WELS App is available at It can no longer be found in the Apple, Google, or Amazon app stores; those versions are being retired in July.

The WELS App offers a quick and easy way to get devotions, news, and synod information from your mobile device. Daily devotions, Bible readings, weekly worship helps, military and teen devotions are just a sampling of the Bible-based content available for your regular spiritual growth and encouragement. Also included are call reports, WELS Yearbook data, videos, and Q&A content.

The WELS App is mobile friendly (it’s developed to work on smart phones and tablets) but is technically called a “progressive web app” or PWA. PWAs provide all the features of a traditional app but can be updated more frequently and offer a similar experience on any device. They get progressively better as devices (and their web browsers) get more capabilities. New features in the WELS App include favoriting, sharing, and expanded content. More new features are in the works, including bookmarks; notifications when new devotions, news, or call reports are available; user configurable text size; offline access to devotional and Yearbook content; and availability as an app in the Windows Store.

KML Charity Golf Outing & DINNER

Support tuition assistance by coming to the KML Charity Golf Outing and Dinner and enjoying a great day of golf, fellowship, food and fun. The outing is held at the prestigious West Bend Country Club on Monday, July 16. Proceeds from this event go to the KML Foundation and will be used for student assistance. Check out details and register online at

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