Community Fundraiser for the East Phillips Neighborhood Institute WHAT, WHEN & WHERE On Sunday, September 10, join Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church and Our Saviour’s Community Services in supporting the East Phillips Neighborhood Institute as they build...
Community Fundraiser for the East Phillips Neighborhood Institute WHAT, WHEN & WHERE On Sunday, September 10, join Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church and Our Saviour’s Community Services in supporting the East Phillips Neighborhood Institute as they build towards the East Phillips Urban Farm! Come to the space inside and outside 2315 Chicago Ave from 12PM
When we think about how the English Learning Center builds community and connections, we typically think of our students. Our dedicated volunteers are a part of that community, too, and have their own stories of connection to share. The range of classes that we offer gives our students options, and also appeals to a wide
In January, the OSCS Board of Directors adopted refreshed bylaws. The changes focus on these key areas: Expanding Possibilities Previous bylaws required 25% of Board Members to be members of Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church. Going forward, a minimum of two Board Members will be members of Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church (OSLC) Removing the requirement that
Thank you to everyone who attended Game On! It was so much fun gathering with our community, meeting new people interested in our mission, and playing some classic arcade games. If you attended the event, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts in this survey. Thank you! To stay up-to-date with our programming,
If you or someone you know is looking for a site to earn service learning hours, consider the English Learning Center! We welcome students interested in working with adult learners who are building their English skills. Volunteers can sign up to teach on a regular schedule, or our team can discuss short-term volunteer options. About
For a year and a half, the physical classrooms and hallways of the English Learning Center remained strangely quiet. At first, it was hard not knowing how long the quarantine would last or whether our online curriculum would remain useful beyond a few months. Then, as the pandemic wore on, it was equally hard not