The staff at Our Savior’s is always ready to help you with any concerns. Please contact the church office at 320-845-2405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor and Staff
Kirsten Nelson Roenfeldt
Ministry Associate for Youth and Families
Financial Secretary (volunteer)
Congregation Council and Volunteers
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church is guided by a volunteer council of members elected by the congregation.
Matt Eggert, President
Tim Sands, Vice President
Deb Solarz, Secretary
Lynda Hartwig, Treasurer
Judy Fischer, Financial Secretary
Synod & Conference Assembly Members:
All ages volunteer for a variety of events and activities to help the church serve our congregation and the surrounding communities. Opportunities include Worship Ministers to read lessons, serve Holy Communion, acolyte, music, and prepare the Lord's Supper. Volunteers also are Sunday School teachers and helpers, Serving Groups, Youth Group advisors, Albany Food Shelf volunteers, and many others in the church and the community.
“Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church maintains two cemeteries in the area. For more information, please call the church office, (320) 845-2405.
11 Railroad Avenue, Albany
Located on the east end of Albany on County Road 54
24998 350th Street, Albany
On the south side of I94, travel west 2.7 miles on 350th Street. The cemetery drive is on the right.
Heritage and History
Our Savior's heritage is defined as a blend of four area churches. In 1967, two Albany churches, Ebenezer Evangelical and Christ Church, merged to create Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Following, many members from two churches that had closed, St. John's Lutheran of Krain Township and Trinity Lutheran of Holdingford, joined Our Savior's. In early 1987, the congregation voted to become a part of the newly-formed Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).
In 1999, Our Savior’s Celebrated the dedication of a new sanctuary and narthex. The building program also included the remodeling of the former sanctuary into a large fellowship hall, new kitchen, and offices. The lower-level former kitchen and fellowship hall were converted into Sunday School classrooms.