Who we are… Whose we are


Our Saviour Church is in a time of transformation.  This Transformation Process is represented by the butterfly.  This is a theological symbol used during Easter for the resurrection, a new beginning for all God’s people who now have life in Christ through God’s grace.  We selected the butterfly because it is a new beginning for our congregation.  This is a time to reflect on who we are, whose we are and how we can move forward in a partnership in ministry with our new pastor.  During this transformation we are actively scheduling activities that help us discern God’s will for our ministry.  Our leaders and our teams work together with our guest ministers each Sunday.

In Christ We are Transformed

In Christ We are Transformed

Come- be part of our new beginning!  We have much to offer and welcome your gifts in our discernment and transformation process.

Church Phone: (973) 835-7350
e-mail: info@oursaviourchurch.org, pastor@oursaviourchurch.org

Office hours: 1-4 PM Monday, Wednesday and Friday

2015 Congregation Council & Leaders

”For as in one body we have many members, and all the members do not have the same function, so, though many, we are one body in Christ “(Romans 12:4-5)

Executive Team
President Patrick Treacy
Vice President Richard Cawthorne
Secretary Krislyn Sutherland
Treasurers Dianne Reynics
Irene Drada, Sara Smid
Standing Teams
Christian Education Allison Genberg
Evangelism & Congregational Care Karen Kelly
Finance Richard Cawthorne
Property Steve Vandenbos; Mark Santee
Stewardship & Social Responsibility Dennis Moraitis
Worship & Music  Karen Kelly
Special Teams
Parish Health & Life Jean DeLaura ; Ben Smid
Youth Ministry  Nancy Reynolds
Congregation Leaders not on Council
Columbarium Secretary Doug De Boo
Director of Music Ellen Mayer
 Social Ministry  Willa Everson; Judy Kraemer
Financial Secretary Doug De Boo
Office Manager Marie Bogert
Webmaster The Angel Team
Other Contacts
Audit Committee

The Council-Together in Ministry

“For the body does not consist of one member but of many. …Now we are the body of Christ and individual members of it.  And God has appointed in the church..helpers, administrators, speakers in various kinds of tongues” (1 Cor 12:14-31).  Each of us  has gifts to offer in the Name of our Lord to praise God and tell of His grace.   Each of our teams are very important to the work of this congregation.  We encourage you to be part of them and give of your special gifts to serve the Lord joyfully.