We’re glad you’re here.
Whether you’ve attended church all your life or you’ve never been in church –
we invite you to experience the difference here.
Here is what you’ll experience at Our Saviour:
- A comfortable atmosphere
- Friendly people who’ll help you find your way around
- Relevant worship music, whether the traditional choir and organ or contemporary and lead by a worship team
- Messages relevant to your daily life
- Coffee Hour between services to grab a coffee and snack and then meet someone new
- Engaging Life Groups
If you would like more information to get connected at Our Saviour you can:
- Get directions and join us this weekend
- Stop by the Welcome Desk before or after any service to ask questions
- Attend a Newcomers Gathering
- Sign up for our next Alpha Course
- Join a Life Group
For more information, email us at iamnew@Our-Saviour.net
The Church of Our Saviour is blessed with a fine, historic pipe organ, which dates back to 1873. It was constructed as Opus 69 by Steer and Turner from Westfield, Massachusetts for the Third Congregational Church of Guilford, Connecticut. The South Carolina connection begins in 1977 when it was installed in St. Alban's Chapel in memory of Cadet John L. Toole. The cadets lovingly and carefully moved the organ pipe by pipe and piece by piece to Johns Island. In 1986 it was clear it needed renovations which were carried out by organ builder, John Farmer; these were finished and the newly refurbished organ was moved to the Church of Our Saviour in 1992. Click the image above to see the full gallery.
Our Saviour is blessed to have a number of artist as part of the congregation. One of which is, Mary Whyte. Mary is nationally known for her water color paintings. She was gracious enough to paint the mural you can see today in Our Saviour's sanctuary. There are also four of her paintings in the hallway leading towards the fellowship hall.
To read the interview with Mary and our Rector. in the Post and Courier about how the mural came to be CLICK HERE.
For more information on Mary and her art work you can visit her website, MaryWhyte.com