Welcome to Our Savior Lutheran Church in beautiful Granbury, Texas. We are a people of God gathered around His living Word and Sacraments for the forgiveness of our sins and the strengthening of our faith. Empowered by the Gospel and walking with the Spirit of Jesus, we endeavor to live as our Lord has called us to live … as “the salt of the earth” and “the light of the world.” He has appointed us to make a difference in the world. Right here in this community.

We understand that life in this world is difficult and that no one is perfect. That’s why we do our best each week to meet you where you are and lead you to a lifelong faith in Jesus Christ. Only Jesus can fully heal life’s hurts and give us eternal life. We, at Our Savior Lutheran Church, are a group of imperfect people committed to knowing, living, and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

We invite you to join us for worship and in any of our other activities and we want you to feel that you have a church home at Our Savior!

x Service Times    
  Sunday 8:45a x Bible Class and Sunday School
  Sunday 10:00a   Worship Service
  Wednesday 7:00p   Lent and Advent seasons only
  Contact Information    
  Phone   817.573.5011
  E-mail   office@oursavior.us
  Address   1400 North Meadows Drive
      Granbury, TX 76048









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“Parables and Possessions” is the theme that will shape our life together this month of November. Through sermons and Sunday morning Bible Study, we will focus on six of Jesus’ parables from the Gospel of Luke.

In our Sunday morning Adult Bible Class, we will study
     Luke 9:51-62 (“Parables on the Road to Jerusalem”),
     Luke 10:25-37 (“The Parable of the Good Samaritan”),
     Luke 16:19-31 (“The Rich Man and Lazarus”).

Sunday Sermons are as follows:
     November 8: Luke 12:13-21 (“The Parable of the Rich Fool”)
     November 15: Luke 16:1-14 (“The Parable of the Shrewd Manager”)
     November 22: Luke 19:11-27 (“The Parable of the Minas”)

Jesus was not shy about talking about the proper use of money and possessions in the Kingdom of God … neither will we be. Jesus’ parables challenge our preconceived notions about money and possessions and point us to more faithful use of our God-given resources.

Let’s plan to listen to Jesus.