The Church of Our Saviour Oatlands is a congregation of families, friends and neighbors who are committed to living out the Christian faith as set forth authoritatively by God in His Holy Scriptures. Our Saviour Oatlands Church near Leesburg, Virginia, holds true to the ancient creeds of the undivided Church.
We believe that only by God's grace through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ, is a broken and troubled world reconciled with its Creator.
We uphold Anglican Traditions. Our liturgical traditions are Catholic while our beliefs are Reformed. As such, we are often described as the ‘middle way.'
Please note our new (physical) address:
20340 James Monroe Hwy Leesburg, Virginia
Services found in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion (p67)
Hymns found in the 1940 Hymnal
February 26, 2017
The Last Sunday After the Epiphany (Quinquagesima)
8:00 am Holy Communion
9:30 am Morning Prayer
Children leave for Sunday School from Church at 9:30
Genesis 15 - Abraham believed the Lord, and he counted it to him as righteousness
Ash Wednesday Services: March 1
12 noon and 7 pm
Lenten Program - Wednesday - Light Meal at 6 with Discussion at 6:45
Speaker on March 8 is Dr. Gillis Harp, professor of History at Grove City College. He will speak on Anglicanism, Catholic and Reformed
February 28th 6:00–7:30
Hosted by the Men of Church of Our Saviour
Free-will Offering for Building Fund
Ash Wednesday - 12 pm and 7 pm March 1
Lenten Program on Wednesdays - March 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 5 from 6-8 pm. More information to follow
The Anglican Church of Our Saviour at Oatlands is a congregation rejoicing in and proclaiming the love of God in Jesus Christ, committed to living the traditional Christian Faith as set forth by God in His Holy Scriptures and to passing on that same undiluted and saving faith to our children.
We hold to the doctrine of the Anglican Church which is grounded in the Holy Scriptures, supremely in the King James Version, and in such teachings of the ancient Fathers and Councils of the Church as are agreeable to the said Scriptures. In particular such doctrine is to be found in the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, the Book of Common Prayer (1662-1928), and the Ordinal.
We seek to serve, and to teach our children to serve, the Lord Jesus Christ as the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14:6), to be not conformed to this world but transformed by the renewing of our mind (Romans 12:2).
We invite all people, regardless of affiliation, to worship with us: "Come and see."
The Rev James A Basinger, Rector