About

Our History & Our Stained Glass Windows:

Our church family started with humble beginnings in 1946, purchasing a 20'x48' chicken house, "Green Gable Laying House" from the Linn County Produce Company. It served as a house of worship for the first families of Our Savior's.

In 1952, a ground-breaking ceremony was held, and construction began on a permanent church building, which was dedicated on October 25, 1953.

In 1960 additions to the building were dedicated that increased worship, classroom and fellowship space. Since that time, numerous remodels have been completed, with the most recent being in 2011 that saw the sanctuary and God's foyer being dedicated on June 26, 2011.

Over the years the church building has seen many changes, but the passion of biblical teaching, worship and mission has remained our central purpose since 1946.

Star Window

A night sky filled with stars reminds us that Abraham’s descendants would be as many as the stars.

Manger window

The Nativity points to the humble setting into which the Son of God
was born.

Baptism Window

The baptism of Jesus is symbolized
by the shell, three drops of water,
and the waves below.

Communion Window

The chalice and wafer are symbols of the Last Supper on Holy Thursday.

3 crosses Window

The three crosses of Good Friday.

Butterfly Window

The bright and beautiful butterfly symbolizes our resurrected Lord.

Dove Window

The arrival of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.