In Home Worship – Sunday, May 30, 2021 – Holy Trinity

9am – Bible Study

9:00am Sunday Morning Education Hour: A Study of Galatians  Join Pastor Vaswig for Adult Education before worship this Sunday morning. The book of Galatians is thought to be the first of Paul’s letters, an astonishing text written to a community who had forgotten or simply neglected the very message of freedom the Apostle had originally proclaimed. The book remains ever so pertinent to our lives as Christians living in the 21st century. So join us in person, or via zoom:

In-Person: Now you can choose to join the Bible Study in-person in the fellowship hall, or continue to watch via Zoom. Per Phase 3 guidelines, small group gatherings for ministry & community meetings within the building will be limited to 15 people.

Via Zoom:
*If you have trouble connecting, please call Dave Carlson at 206-660-8009.

Missed last week’s Bible Study? Click Bible Study: Galatians – May 23, 2021 to hear it. 

10am – Worship Service

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We are thrilled to offer in-person worship for those who feel comfortable doing so at this time. We will also continue to broadcast live from the sanctuary so that everybody has the opportunity to join and participate.

In-Person Masks and social distancing will continue to be required at this time. Worship guidelines for this new phase in our lives together were posted earlier in the week and can be read here. Under Phase 3 Guidelines, the sanctuary seating limit for worship is 227 people.

Live Online Prefer to stay home for now? Use this link to Worship Live with us at 10am, with the prelude preceding. The link to the service bulletin is available here: Sunday, May 30, 2021 – Holy Trinity. If you try the video link prior to 10:00 on Sunday, you may see the message “video unavailable.”

Recorded services can be found on Our Savior’s YouTube Channel. If needed, pull down the menu under “Uploads,” then click on “Past Live Streams.”

Our congregation continues to follow the guidance of our State & Synod leadership for a safe return to our in-person life together.

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