Welcome to Our Savior’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hartland

 
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We are located at:            W299 N5782 County Road E

Hartland, WI  53029

262-367-6000 
See contact us page for directions
Church office hours:  Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
 
Sunday Worship services
8:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School, Fellowship/coffee hour, Christian education hour
meet between services 
9:30-10:30 a.m.

 

“Bible Based, Saved by Grace, Serving Jesus Everyplace”

Our prayer is that you would be blessed and strengthened by the power of Jesus Christ and that you will live a life of abundance in fellowship, joy and liberty. Our Savior’s church is here for you. It is a fellowship of believers coming together to declare the glory of the Lord and celebrate Jesus as King. We study the Word, practice what we learn and in the process grow together.

May God richly bless you!

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We are in the season of Epiphany
Epiphany—What does it mean??

 

From the Greek noun epiphaneia, epiphany means “shining forth,” “manifestation,” or “revelation.” The Wise Men or Magi who brought gifts to the Christ child were the first Gentiles to acknowledge Jesus as “King” and so were the first to “show” or “reveal” Jesus to a wider world as the incarnate Christ. This act of worship by the Magi, which corresponded to Simeon’s blessing that this child Jesus would be “a light for revelation to the Gentiles” (Luke 2:32), was one of the first indications that Jesus came for all people, of all nations, of all races, and that the work of God in the world would not be limited to only a few. The season of Epiphany ends the last Sunday before Ash Wednesday (February 18) which is celebrated as the Transfiguration of our Lord. Principal themes of the season are the revelation of Christ to all nations; Jesus’ baptism in the River Jordan; Christ as the light of the world; Jesus’ public ministry; and growth in our baptized identity as a Christian. White is the primary color associated with Epiphany and suggests gladness, joy and light. Green (reminiscent of living plants) is also used to symbolize spiritual growth.