About Our Savior's Lutheran Church



Our Savior's Lutheran Church (OSLC) is located in the community of Nome on the Seward Peninsula on the western coast of Alaska.  Nome is home to many different cultures but predominantly the native Inupiaq Alaskans.  Our Savior's Lutheran is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) and part of the Alaska Synod.  Our Savior's Lutheran Church was incorporated in 1954 and is the only Lutheran church in Nome.

Amanda Snyder serves as the Interim Pastor for Our Savior's Lutheran Church on a part-time basis.  Amanda earned a degree in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary as well as a degree from Pacific Lutheran Seminary.  She served as the Campus Pastor at Alaska Christian College in Soldotna, Alaska.  Her husband, Jordan, works for the Nome Public Schools.

Amanda recently completed her seminary studies through Pacific Lutheran Seminary and is awaiting her first call as an

ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. 

If you are seeking baptism, marriage or wish to become a member at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, please contact Pastor Amanda or one of the church council members at 907-443-5295.

We look forward to having you worship with us!

OSLC Interim Pastor
Amanda Snyder

OSLC Church Council Members

Eric Ortman, President (term expires January 2023)

Joleen Medlin, Vice President (term expires January 2023)

Janice Wilson, Secretary (term expires January 2024)

Kirsten Bey, Treasurer (term expires January 2023)

Hannah Joe, General Seat (term expires January 2023)

Buddy Okleasik, General Seat (term expires January 2023)

Vacant, General Seat (term expires January 2024)

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