Job Opening for Administrative Secretary at Our Savior Lutheran Church-Minot, ND


Administrative Secretary Position Available

Our Savior Lutheran Church is hiring for a part-time Administrative Secretary (25 hr/week; Monday-Friday)! CLICK HERE to view the job description (hard copies are available to pick up in the church office). Please mail resume to the church (3705 11th St. SW; Minot, ND 58701) or leave with a staff member at the church office. Application deadline is Tuesday, January 2nd.  



Adult Mission Trip to Mexico: March 10-17, 2018

Our Savior Lutheran Church Mission Outreach to Mexico


The Adult Mission Team will travel to Anapra, Mexico via El Paso, Texas  March 10-17, 2018.  They will stay for a week in a church dormitory and build at least one 12 X 24 foot house (depending on number of people).

  • Who can go on the mission trip? Youth, adults, males or females, old or young, basically anybody and everybody regardless of experience.

  • Cost and timeline: Cost of $500, with a deposit of $100 to guarantee your spot due by November 5th.  Remaining balance of $400 due by February 4, 2018.

  • If you decide after November 5th, you will need to have a deposit of $100 in by January 7, 2018 with the remainder of $600 due by February 4, 2018.

Please make checks payable to:  OSLC Adult Mission

You can give your check to Julie Krueger, Kim Haugen, or drop it off at the church office.


You Can Help!!!

There are three ways you can help:

  • Please accept my donation of $________, to help defray costs for the Mission Outreach trip to Mexico. Make checks payable to OSLC and put “Mexico Mission” on the memo line.  You can include your check with the regular Sunday offering.

  • Sponsor a person who is going on the mission trip ($500). Make checks payable to OSLC and put “Mexico Sponsor” on the memo line.  You can include your check with the regular Sunday offering.

  • Travel on the mission trip March 10-17, 2018 (spring break for most colleges).


Anapra is one of the poorest communities in the Juarez area.  Many years ago, Anapra grew out of the city’s old garbage dump.  Cardboard shacks and pallet houses are the most common forms of shelter for the people that live there.  Electricity and running water are scarce.