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Spiritual Formation (click to jump to section)

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Lectio on Zoom

"Lectio Divina" is Latin for "sacred reading" and is the name of a specific way of reading short sections of the Bible several times with space for prayer in between. Repetition and slowing down gives the space to listen to God and open yourself to God's transforming work in your life.

The meetings happen on Zoom 8-9pm EST on the last Monday of the month. You will be led through the whole process and don't need to prepare or know what you're doing! (You will need to be able to connect on Zoom.) Please click/tap here to sign up for reminders and updates.

Small Groups

Small groups provide a place for ongoing spiritual formation, as well as friendship and fellowship. They are a great way for new people to get plugged into our community, and for long-term members to get to know others in the church. Some small groups are kid-friendly, some for adults only. There are Bible studies, book studies, and groups that meet for fellowship meals. One of these groups could be right for you! Contact Pastor Chris for more information.

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Adult Education

Our Adult Education program is designed to help us grow deeper in our faith and learn more about the Bible, theology, and the Christian life. We have regular Adult Education classes on Sunday mornings at 9:15am, September through May. Classes are informal and discussion-oriented, and childcare is provided. We also sponsor occasional community-wide evening events. Questions? Contact Pastor Chris.

Click/tap for the 2023-2024 schedule.

Bible Studies

Reading the Bible together helps us to grow in knowledge of God and friendship with each other. We study scripture not only to know about God, but to know God and be transformed by God's Word.

Periodically, the congregation is invited to read scripture connected to a sermon series. Generally, there are suggestions of different ways to engage with the scriptures and times to share with the community.

There are several Bible studies that run from September to May:

  • One women's group meets on Monday mornings (9-10:30am) at the church. Childcare provided.

  • Another women's group meets on Thursday evenings (7:30-9pm) at the church.

  • A group for men meets at a church member's home on Friday mornings (6-7:30am).

If you would like more information about any of these groups, please contact our office.


At Church of the Savior we know we are sent to bless - and that starts right within our own faith community. There are countless ways for us to serve the brothers and sisters who worship with us, by teaching kids, leading worship, playing an instrument, and much, much more. For details, contact our office.

Ministries and Missions

Church of the Savior supports a variety of local ministries and global missions. We are committed to serving our community, both here and abroad, with our service and financial support.

Please visit their sites to learn more about what they are doing: Local Ministries and Mission Partners

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