"The Holy Spirit is calling EveryOne to faith in Jesus Christ, participation in the Church, and service in God's World."

Music is an important part of the worship life here. There are many opportunities for EveryOne to share their musical gifts. For even more information about music ministry at Our Savior's, contact Lee Mathews (info on Staff page).


Chancel Choir

chancelChoirOur Savior's has a rich history of choral performance. Chancel choir provides a place for participants to explore a variety of genres within a choral setting. Typically, the choir shares a few anthems a month with the congregation. We are always looking for voices to join our song.

Rehearsals are Thursday evenings at 7:30 PM.
Contact Lee Mathews for more information.

Worship Team

Our worship team provides a place for musicians to explore a more contemporary style of music in worship, and to share in that exploration with the congregation. We are always looking for more vocalists, guitarists, bassists, and drummers, just to name a few. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 6:30pm.


Chancel Bells

bell_choir_2014_Our Savior's Lutheran Church has an active and dedicated group of bell ringers who perform regularly during our Sunday morning worship services. The Chancel Bell Choir perform on a three octave set of Schulmerich English handbells along with a beautiful set ot Malmark choir chimes. New bell ringers are always welcome to join this ensemble which rehearses on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

Contact Lee Mathews for full details.

Pipe Organ


Our Savior's is blessed with a fine pipe organ of 2 manuals and 22 ranks with a total of 1243 pipes. This organ was built by Casavant Freres, Limitee of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Founded in 1879, Casavant is one of the oldest continuing names in organ building in North America. This organ is designed and voiced for the lave acoustic found in our sanctuary. Its sounds inspire us all as it leads the congregation in hymns and liturgy, accompanies the Chancel Choir, and plays a wide variety of the organ literature in prelude, offertory, postlude and recital, all of which are directed to the worship and praise of our Lord.