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Queerly Beloved

The past year has been a significant one for the church. In the midst of a global pandemic, we’re all learning how to worship and support each other in new ways while rediscovering what it means to be God’s people today.

Yet, we know from our story of faith that these moments of rediscovery have always been the mark of our call as God’s people. Through fires and floods, reformations and transformations, we continue to be formed as children of God; expanding the horizons of our understanding of what it means to be the church in the 21st century.

Paint for Pride

Pride mural on the side of the church building.

Transgender Naming Rite

A small crowd of church attendees holding pride affirming signs in downtown Prince George. All are wearing Covid style masks.

Affirming Statement

A letter to Bob Zimmer

Living Statement of Affirmation of LGBTQ2SIA+ Persons

At Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, we are an ELCIC congregation of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, ethnicities, ages, beliefs, histories and experiences. We live in God's unconditional love and grace, and believe this gift is for all. 


the Christmas lights rainbow heart at night.

Pride Parade

Pride Parade Prince George

The Bible

A book titled "The Queer Bible Commentary"

Supporting Bill C-6

Letter to Bob Zimmer Bill C6 (dragged).j
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