We are excited about the future ministry of our church under the leadership of our new pastor. We encourage you to join with us as we welcome Pastor Dennis and his wife, Rachel, to our church and to the community.
Please join us Saturday, November 2, from 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM for our Holiday Bazaar and get a head start preparing for the season. Let your kids hang out at the activity area as you shop. A soup lunch to benefit SHIP transitional housing will be available from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Follow along with BSLC member, Sharon, and her husband, Ron, as they walk the 500 mile Camino de Santiago, a Christian Pilgrimage that follows the path walked by the apostle James after Jesus was crucified. For regular updates please visit Sharon's blog at https://footprintsontheway.blog
Special Thanks To our Sunday school kids, who volunteered at the Idaho Food Bank the morning of Saturday January 12th.
Everyone is welcome at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church. Join our worship service to praise God. Ask our members about The Beautiful Savior.
The BSLC Youth shared an amazing adventure up to Bogus Basin this last Sunday.
Thank You to Neil and Angela Neiwert who recently hosted a group of our Youth at an afternoon playing games in Virtual Reality.
Lutheran churches, missionaries, and new Christian families around the world will be provided with Bible story books, translated into their languages that teach children about Jesus. These brightly illustrated books, such as A Child’s Garden of Bible Stories and Bible Stories in Pictures, are given free of charge to the parents and missionaries who need them.
Five youths from Beautiful Savior joined other Idaho junior high students for a fun-filled weekend at Camp Perkins. The campers...
Brothers and Sisters, I wanted to pass along a word of Thanks. Recently your BSLC LRG Fund allowed for a...
EPIPHANY. “I just had an epiphany.” Such a statement implies that I just caught on to something that was previously...
Christmas falls on a Monday this year. Do Christians gather to worship on a Monday? Not usually. Our day of worship is usually Sunday. It is our day of worship because Jesus rose from the grave on the first day of the week. So we gather to celebrate the eternal life that is ours through faith in Jesus Christ.
Days and weeks would go by as Christmas approached with every waking moment thinking about all the cool stuff we marked and what we would get.