We invite you to send photos of worship at home or your home altars so we can share with everyone. Submit photos to email@example.com
Our faith community continues to worship weekly with our online stream, which premieres at 10am Sunday mornings on Christ Our Savior’s facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/cossussex/). You can also see our worships after the fact on our Youtube channel.
Our church staff and council have been in conversation this past week in response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. We also continue to listen to experts on the situation – medical doctors in our community and abroad, and leaders in our community. We want you to know as a church staff and church council that we are taking this situation seriously. Everyone’s safety and health is of primary importance to us.
We will be suspending gathering for worship for the remainder of March, though we will continue to stream a 10am service on our Facebook page. This video will also be later uploaded to our Youtube channel. Stay tuned for further updates as we imagine together how to walk with one another as a community of faith in this time of physical distancing.
Read the full response by Christ Our Savior staff and council members for more information about how our community is responding to the coronavirus.
Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church
A Community Gathered In Christ, Fed By God’s Word, Sent To Serve
Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church is a vibrant congregation located in Sussex, WI. Whether you are a lifelong Lutheran looking for a new church home, someone who’s been away from the church hoping to reconnect with God, or uncertain what you believe and just looking for answers, we invite you to come along with us as we live into God’s reality.
In worship, we gather in the presence of God and of one another to be strengthened for following Jesus in our daily lives. We are reminded of God’s promises, sing God’s word with our lips, and are fed at God’s table. In our busy lives, it is an hour to be refocused on who we are and whose we are.
All of our ministries would not be possible without gifts, tithes, and offerings from people like you. As Christians, we believe that all we have is a gift from God and we return some of that to God to thank him and share his wonderous love with others. We are blessed to be a blessing.
We believe that we love God by loving others. Jesus showed us what that love looks like by caring for the poor, the lonely, the sick, and those who felt abandoned by God. We have many ministries that we lead or partner with as a congregation because serving others improves our lives as well as theirs.