Our Savior's Lutheran Church ELCA  

 

3022 W Wisconsin Avenue

Milwaukee WI 53208

414-342-5252

 

 

Our Savior's Lutheran Church ELCA  

 

3022 W Wisconsin Avenue

Milwaukee WI 53208

414-342-5252

 

 
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Our Savior's Lutheran Church ELCA
3022 W Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53208
TEL 414-342-5252
FAX 414-342-5454
EMAIL Office@OSLCMILW.org

 

Our Savior's Lutheran Church ELCA
3022 W Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53208
TEL 414-342-5252
FAX 414-342-5454
EMAIL Office@OSLCMILW.org

 

 

Music at the 11:00 worship service is drawn from Christians around the world. Global Christian music reminds us that Our Savior's is a small part of the worldwide church of believers. By including music from many cultures in our worship, we become aware of Christians throughout the world, strengthening the bond between us. Together we praise the God of all people.

 

Bob Foley directs the 3AM group that leads the singing at the 11 o'clock service.

 


The Adult Choir continues a long tradition of sacred choral music at Our Savior's, leading worship with music at the 8:30 a.m. Sunday services September through May. This service typically includes a chanted presentation of the psalm for the day and an anthem supporting the scripture readings. Music is performed both a cappella and with organ accompaniment. Additional instrumentalists may be employed on special occasions such as Avent/Christmas and Easter.

The choir strives to achieve the highest standard of musicianship while presenting the best of choral literature, both old and new. During the past three years under the direction of JMark Baker, PhD, the repertoire grew significantly.  
 

Hear a few samples from service recordings:

LinkClick.aspx Rui Rui Chiu sung on Christmas Eve 2015 by the choir, a 15th century Spanish carol.  

Love Divine All Loves as sung on Pastor Keen's first Sunday, May 10 2015

Christ Is Alive as sung on May 10 2015, closing hymn

Psalm 27 as sung with congregational refrain on Lent 2, Feb. 28 2010

God So Loved the World, the anthem for March 20, 2011
 
When I Survey the Wonderous Cross, sung Good Friday, 2012
 
 

John mugshotOrganist John Seboldt plays the organ with a keen ear to congregational participation, to the point of dropping out and listening to people sing once in a while! He'll also pull out spirited organ music that uses the Casavant organ to its fullest. Never one to be completely limited to the classics, he'll also use other keyboards and advocates a full range of Christian song at the 8:30 service and elsewhere.
 
 A video of John at an organ Bach played in 1739, Schlosskirche, Altenburg, Germany -
Prelude in E-Flat Major, BWV552
John at Altenburg
 
A familiar hymn from our Scandinavian heritage, "O Day Full of Grace", as sung on Pentecost 2008, with organ and congregation. 

The organ with drums? Sure, for something like the South African standard, "Siyahamba/We Are Marching in the Light of God". A collaboration with 3AM's percussionists!

of the Casavant organ
 
 

 

The Senior Choir toured in Germany in June 2007. With previous director Michael Barna, they sang John Rutter's "Look At the World" with the youth choir of the Einhardt-Basilika, Seligenstadt

 

 

Music at the 11:00 worship service is drawn from Christians around the world. Global Christian music reminds us that Our Savior's is a small part of the worldwide church of believers. By including music from many cultures in our worship, we become aware of Christians throughout the world, strengthening the bond between us. Together we praise the God of all people.

 

Bob Foley directs the 3AM group that leads the singing at the 11 o'clock service.

 


The Adult Choir continues a long tradition of sacred choral music at Our Savior's, leading worship with music at the 8:30 a.m. Sunday services September through May. This service typically includes a chanted presentation of the psalm for the day and an anthem supporting the scripture readings. Music is performed both a cappella and with organ accompaniment. Additional instrumentalists may be employed on special occasions such as Avent/Christmas and Easter.

The choir strives to achieve the highest standard of musicianship while presenting the best of choral literature, both old and new. During the past three years under the direction of JMark Baker, PhD, the repertoire grew significantly.  
 

Hear a few samples from service recordings:

LinkClick.aspx Rui Rui Chiu sung on Christmas Eve 2015 by the choir, a 15th century Spanish carol.  

Love Divine All Loves as sung on Pastor Keen's first Sunday, May 10 2015

Christ Is Alive as sung on May 10 2015, closing hymn

Psalm 27 as sung with congregational refrain on Lent 2, Feb. 28 2010

God So Loved the World, the anthem for March 20, 2011
 
When I Survey the Wonderous Cross, sung Good Friday, 2012
 
 

John mugshotOrganist John Seboldt plays the organ with a keen ear to congregational participation, to the point of dropping out and listening to people sing once in a while! He'll also pull out spirited organ music that uses the Casavant organ to its fullest. Never one to be completely limited to the classics, he'll also use other keyboards and advocates a full range of Christian song at the 8:30 service and elsewhere.
 
 A video of John at an organ Bach played in 1739, Schlosskirche, Altenburg, Germany -
Prelude in E-Flat Major, BWV552
John at Altenburg
 
A familiar hymn from our Scandinavian heritage, "O Day Full of Grace", as sung on Pentecost 2008, with organ and congregation. 

The organ with drums? Sure, for something like the South African standard, "Siyahamba/We Are Marching in the Light of God". A collaboration with 3AM's percussionists!

of the Casavant organ
 
 

 

The Senior Choir toured in Germany in June 2007. With previous director Michael Barna, they sang John Rutter's "Look At the World" with the youth choir of the Einhardt-Basilika, Seligenstadt

 

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