The Lutheran Church of Our Savior
143 Brooklyn Road, Stanhope, NJ 07874
Church Office: 973-347-1212
Nursery School: 973-347-1818
email: oursavior.stanhope@gmail.com
Pastor Brian Handrich 973-220-8303 (mobile)

Regular Summer Worship Services 9:00 AM

(Check 'Podcasts & Bible Studies' for link to recent sermons)

Beginning August 31st and going through October, we will take a " Journey to Ephesus"
via our Wednesday night 7:00 on Zoom.
(See Podcast & Bible Study page.)

Welcome to our Church.

Here may the faithful find salvation; The careless be awakened;
The doubting find faith; The anxious encouraged;
The tempted find help; The sorrowful comfort;
Here may the weary find rest; The strong renewed;
The aged find consolation; The young be inspired

We hope you and your family will have a warm and spirit-filled experience with us.
Come and join us in worship and fellowship.

Sunday Service schedule:

  • Our Current Summer Worship Schedule is at 9 AM and we will continue with the 9:00 AM services through October. On November 6th we start our 10:45 services until May of the following year.

  • Join Services (5th Sunday of the month) will be held at alternate sites at 10 AM. Please keep posted for the next 5th Sunday Service information.

  • Effective January 1, 2021, The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Stanhope has entered into a "Shared Ministry" with Redeemer Lutheran Church in Newton.


Pastor Handrich leads both Congregations on regular basis with a change in Worship Hours every six months between each Congregation. He is available in Pastor’s office on Mondays and Tuesdays. You may call the church's office and leave a message, or you can reach him directly on his mobile phone after hours (973-220-8303) for pastoral assistance.

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He graduated from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis in 1997. He first served a dual parish in northeast Nebraska before coming to Flemington, New Jersey in 2002. In September of 2010 he received a call to Redeemer Lutheran Church in Newton, NJ where he presently serves. He lives in Redeemer’s church owned house in Andover with his wife Michelle.