Our Saviour's Church practices social distancing while completing 240 masks
Over the past two weeks, members of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Naperville have completed over 240 masks to help those locally and abroad while social distancing within their own homes.
The Mask Ministry is a newly formed ministry at Our Saviour's that started with leader Marcia Patterson and other fellow sewers, who began sewing, cutting, and making masks on their own during the quarantine.
Nicholas Ball, a member of Our Saviour's Church, is also helping with this effort as part of his Eagle Scout Project for Naperville's Boy Scout Troop 510. His goal is to finish 500 masks.
To learn more about Our Saviour's Mask Ministry, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church is regularly posting virtual worship online at www.oursaviours.com.
The church has two campus buildings located blocks from each other: Our Saviour's Campus, 815 S. Washington St., and the Celebration Campus, 919 S. Washington St.
These campus buildings provide opportunities for various worship services and ministry opportunities. The church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. For more information, follow www.facebook.com/OurSavioursLutheran/ or www.youtube.com/user/OSLCMedia.