Our Mission: To equip God's people to share the love of Christ and serve others.

Services: Sundays at 10:00 a.m. ET. Worship with Holy Communion.

Sunday School & Adult Bible Study: 9:00 a.m. ET, except during the summer months. 

2800 Millwood Pike, Winchester, VA  22602
Located on US-17 / US-50 – 4 miles east of I-81

Pastor Greg Cumbee
Pastor Gregory J. Cumbee
Office Phone: 540.667.1459
Email:  oslc.lcms.2800@gmail.com

OSLC Welcomes You!

Our Savior Lutheran Church (OSLC) has served the Winchester, Virginia area and surrounding communities since 1981, creating a bond founded on our beliefs and our drive to contribute to others and help serve those in need. Part of our mission has been to create a “safe-feeling” environment that provides support for all of our church members and guests. We would love to have you come visit and join our growing church family!

Recent OSLC Events

Easter Sunday Brunch
April 1, 2018

Thanks to everyone who stayed after worship service on Sunday, April 1, for the Easter Sunday brunch.   Thank you to our amazing volunteers and Youth families for the food served!
Photo Album

About Us
Since 1981, our organization has been serving the community and creating a bond founded on our beliefs and our drive to contribute to others. It has always been our mission to create an environment that feels safe and supportive for all of our members and guests.

Message Line
In the event that services or other activities are cancelled due to weather or other unforeseen events (ex. power outages), a phone line has been established for those who do not use email often. The number is 571.261.8281.

Verse of the Week

2 Peter 3:9
The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.

Prayer Requests

Please send prayer requests to the church office at oslc.lcms2800@gmail.com.

Top Bulletin Announcements 

(Updated: May 21, 2018)
OSLC Prayer Group Meeting
The OSLC Prayer Group will meet Sunday, May 27th, at 11:30 a.m EDT. All are welcome to join this group to pray for our church, family, friends, the community, and the nation.

Information to be included in the newsletter should be sent to the office at oslc.lcms.2800@gmail.com. The deadline for the June newsletter is Wednesday, May 30th.

Choir Rehearsals
 are Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Please join us!

Bulletin Announcements
Announcements for next Sunday should be emailed to the church at oslc.lcms.2800@gmail.com or phoned in to the church office at 540.667.1459 by noon Thursday, May 24th.

“The Story” Bible Study
“The Story” Bible Study will meet on Tuesday, May 22nd at 6:30 pm. We will discuss our final chapter, chapter 31, ‘The End of Time.’

Ladies Bible Study
Ladies' Bible Study meets at the church Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. We are studying 1st and 2nd Peter through the end of May. Please join us for study and fellowship.

Prayer Shawl Ministry
The prayer shawl ministry project is underway and we delivered our first shawl to someone receiving treatments for cancer. Kristi Ashbaugh’s mom suggested the idea for the ministry and donated several shawls to help us get started. We have seven volunteers working on shawls at this time. The Prayer Shawls are prayed over and blessed by the OSLC Prayer Group. If you would like to make a shawl, approximate size should be 18” x 48”. If you don’t knit or crochet and would like to learn, contact the church office 540-667-1459, lessons are being offered. We received a donation of $20 that has been used to buy yarn- thank you. To contribute yarn, bring it to the office. If you know someone you would like to get a shawl to, contact the office or Sharon Carlson sharcea@gmail.com.

Graduation Sunday
Graduation Sunday is next Sunday, May 27th. We are having cake and a Power Point presentation with pictures of the graduates. Please plan to attend the celebration of our graduate’s achievements.

Please check the church calendar for all upcoming events.

Life Quote

May 20, 2018
“We celebrate when a mother has second thoughts concerning abortion and keeps her baby. We sing ‘Alleluia’ when an orphaned child once abandoned is adopted and lives in a home filled with the presence of Christ’s love reflected through a mother and father.” Chaplain (Lt. Colonel) Steven Hokana, Assistant Director of Ministry to the Armed Forces (MAF) (LCMS) – A Life Quote from Lutherans For Life • lutheransforlife.org.

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Our Savior Lutheran Church
2800 Millwood Pike
Winchester, VA, 22602