Welcome to Our Savior’s

All Are Welcome!
Sunday Worship Services – 8:15 & 10:45 am
Office Hours –  Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
W299N5782 County Rd E, Hartland, WI 53029

Advent Wednesday Evening Services December 6th, 13th & 20th
Light Supper at 5:30 pm and Service at 6:30 pm

Please join us for these special evenings of supper,worship and fellowship.

Pastors Jennifer and Matthew Rose 
may be reached by phone or by email:
Thanksgiving Eve Pie and Worship
Join us this Wednesday at 7:00 pm for worship and stay after for the Pie Social! All are invited!!

Christmas Giving Tree

Tags available through Sunday, December 3rd  

 Unwrapped gifts due Wednesday, December 6th

 Our Savior’s has the opportunity to share God’s love and abundance with those in need by teaming with the Salvation Army, ERA’s Senior Network and Shorehaven. The Giving Tree is set up next to the door in the narthex.

The gift tags supporting ERA’s Senior Network and Shorehaven will contain one wish from a senior. Please feel free to purchase multiples of that item. There were also Salvation Army boy or girl angel gift tags. Thank you to everyone who has taken a gift tag!

Please attach the angel/gift tag to your unwrapped gift and place in the appropriate box in the narthex by Wednesday, December 6th. 


A Christmas Tale

December 10th at 8:15 & 10:45 am

 All are invited to a timeless tale, a musical troop of storytellers who gather together to communicate a miraculous true story, a story entitled “Christmas.” Together let us see how far this powerful tale can take us on our journey of faith.
Serving in Worship During Advent & Christmas
Please contact Deb Nollen at dnollen@oursaviorshartland.org if you or a family member (including returning college students) would like to serve during December, including Christmas Eve, Christmas and the weekends before and after. During this time, with so many traveling or unavailable, having you volunteer is preferred over Deb choosing a service that will not work in your family schedule. Other services of the month will be scheduled as usual unless I hear that you have a conflict. Thank you for serving!

Daily Texts Are Here

If you would like a Daily Text, please stop in the church office with payment of $7.50 per book. If you prefer to receive your daily text online, you may view it daily at: www.mountcarmelministries.com/grow-in-the-word/daily-texts.


10th Annual Spread the Warmth Drive

November 26th – December 24th to benefit the Hope Center 

While the holiday season often brings many donations to shelters, socks are one of the items needed most, yet they are usually forgotten. You can help SPREAD THE WARMTH this holiday season by donating new socks, new or gently used hats, gloves and/or scarves. We have a box in the narthex for your donations. Thank you! Merry Christmas!

150th Commemorative Gifts Available




Our Savior’s is offering  keepsake items to celebrate this years anniversary! Ornaments are $10 each and  CD’s start at $15.00. Stop by either during the week or after services on Sunday to purchase these gifts.           
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    – Adult Dinner Night
     -Adult Education
    –Women’s Ministry Events
    -Men’s & Women’s Retreat
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Serving in Worship Schedule
About the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
The ELCA is one of the largest Christian denominations in the United States, with more than 3.8 million members in nearly 10,000 congregations across the 50 states and in the Caribbean region. Known as the church of “God’s work. Our hands,” the ELCA emphasizes the saving grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, unity among Christians and service in the world. The ELCA’s roots are in the writings of the German church reformer, Martin Luther. Click on link to learn more: ELCA.org
God’s Vision for Our Savior’s
Our core values, which shape everything we do, continue to be:“Bible Based, Saved by Grace, Serving Jesus Every Place”
Our primary focus for future direction: 
     Life-giving weekly worship ~ The weekly worship gathering is the core reason we exist as a church.
     Service adventures with the poor and the poor in spirit ~ We believe that God transforms us through personal   
     relationships with the poor, the wounded and the weak, who so often reveal God’s richness, health and strength.
     Enriching and renewing Christian households and marriages ~ God created human beings with a deep longing for               intimate bonds. Research has shown that stable, loving families are the optimal environment for children’s health and the             development of society. Therefore, we believe that our church should do everything possible to strengthen families and               enrich marriages in our community.