Our Savior is committed to educational ministry and to providing a community of faith to travel within during each stage of life.
The congregation was established in 1955 as a ministry to and with Dartmouth students as well as to the surrounding communities. Students are regulars at Sunday worship. They’ve done service projects and served on committees, in the choir or as instrumentalists, as assisting ministers, ushers, and readers, on the Church Council, and as teachers.
OSLC’s Lutheran Campus Ministry works closely with the Tucker Center for Religious and Spiritual Life at Dartmouth as part of the United Campus Ministry.
CLC (Christian Life Community)
- Who? You! Email Pastor Kyle to sign up. CLCs are a group of your peers, along with Pastor Kyle.
- What? CLC groups are small groups rooted in community. We meet regularly in order to develop friendship and a community spirit among ourselves by praying, sharing some of our life experiences together, helping and supporting each other in our Christian faith and our daily lives.
- Where? We will meet somewhere on campus, convenient to you, in a space where we can relax.
- When? We meet once a week, for about an hour. This commitment is important. Once we know who will join, we will find a time that works for everybody in the CLC.
- Why? Finding faith at Dartmouth can be hard. Finding a place to explore your faith, grow in it, ask questions, find real community, and be authentic to yourself can be even harder. CLC can be that place. Join us today!
Students Fighting Hunger encourages participation from numerous affinity groups on campus to prepare and serve a free community meal at OSLC every Friday throughout the year. They are connected to the Dartmouth Center for Service. The dedication the students show to this work over the past nine years has been very impressive! We are very grateful to be their home site.
Young Adults and Grad Students (YAGS) is an informal group that meet occasionally for a meal and/or activity.