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Rev. Scottie R. Lloyd has begun ministry with us effective Oct 1. Rev. Scottie R. Lloyd was installed to the office of Pastor of Lutheran Church of Our Savior on Sunday, October 14th. 


Visible Left to Right:
Bishop Murray Finck, Rev. Scottie R. Lloyd
Rev. David Nagler, Rev. Jay Egenes, Bishop Murray Finck Rev. Charles Riggs, Rev. Timothy Drom

Get to Know Pastor Scottie...

Pastor Scottie R. Lloyd

Chaplain Scottie Lloyd was born in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, on 28 November 1952 and baptized a child of God in March 1953. Married Karen (Anders) Lloyd for 36 years, they have two sons, David of Kansas City, Missouri and Paul of San Diego, California, daughter-in-law, Renetta, and granddaughter, Aria with a second grandchild expected in October 2012. CH Lloyd is an ordained pastor of 29 years and represents the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. CH Lloyd received a Bachelors of Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1975, a Masters of Divinity from Christ Seminary-Seminex in 1983, a Masters of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College in 2005, and basic and advanced accreditation with Clinical Pastoral Education from Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 1994.

CH Lloyd was commissioned a 2LT in the U.S. Army through the Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1975. He served as the Executive Officer of HHC, 1 st PERSCOM, Schwetzigen, Germany from 1975 to 1979. He entered Seminary and a year later entered the Chaplain Candidate program becoming a Reserve chaplain in 1983.

CH Lloyd served as pastor of Ascension Lutheran Church (American Lutheran Church) in Emerado, North Dakota (ND) from 1983 to 1986 while simultaneously serving as a chaplain of a Reserve medical company (clearing) in Grand Fords, ND. He reentered active duty in September 1986 serving first as a basic training battalion chaplain at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina. He next served as the battalion chaplain for the 527 th Military Intelligence Battalion-Counter Intelligence in Kaiserslautern, Germany from 1989 to 1992.

After attending the Chaplain's Advance Course and Clinical Pastoral Education, CH Lloyd assumed duties at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in 1994 serving successively as a ward chaplain, chaplain clinician, and Rehab Treatment Facility chaplain until 1997. During this time he deployed to Haiti with Task Force 131 to serve as the Combat Hospital Chaplain for United Nations Forces from October 1995 to April 1996.

From 1997 to 2001 CH Lloyd served with the 10 th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, New York, first as the Division Artillery (Brigade) Chaplain and later as the Deputy Division Chaplain of the 10 th Mountain Division (Infantry). He next served as the Area Support Chaplain at Camp Red Cloud, Korea supporting all the installations in the 2 nd Infantry Division area of operations from 2001 to 2002.

Promoted to LTC enroute, CH Lloyd next served as the Deputy Installation Chaplain at Fort Carson, Colorado from 2002 to 2004 whereupon he was selected and attended the U.S. Army War College graduating in 2005. June 2005 to June 2006 he served as the Deputy Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC), Third Army Chaplain at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Next, he served as the Religion Analyst and the Deputy Command Chaplain on the Third Army/ARCENT Staff.

Promoted to colonel in April 2008, CH Lloyd next served as the Command Chaplain of First Army. About 13 months later he was selcted by the Chief of Chaplains to serve as the Director for Personnel and Ecclesiastical Relations for the Chief of Chaplains at the Pentagon, Washington, DC starting June 2009 and concluding February 2012. During these years Chaplain Lloyd served as the pastor of eight Lutheran worship groups besides support to several other Protestant worship groups

The next phase of life began with acceptance to a call as pastor for The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in San Bernardino, California where he currently serves beginning 1 October 2012.

CH Lloyd attended the Infantry Officer Basic Officer School, the Chaplain Officer Basic and Advanced School, the Resource Manager and Division Chaplain Courses, and the Combined Army School (CAS3). He is a graduate of the Army Command and General Staff College and the Army War College.

His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and numerous other awards. He is the recipient of the National Bible Association's Witherspoon Award.

CH Lloyd enjoys reading, bowling, baseball, archaeology, cooking, gardening, fishing, and traveling

Message from the Pastor

Pastor Scottie's Messages:

September 2013 - God's Mission. Our Hands
August 2013 - Being Part of the Living Church
July 2013 - The Good Samaritan
June 2013 - Soul Summer Strength
May 2013 - Easter Happenings Lead to Pentecost Mission
April 2013 - New Beginnings Like Spring Arriving
March 2013 - The Necessity of Change
February 2013 - A New Commandment
January 2013 - God's Hands in Mission
December 2012 - He's Coming
November 2012 - So What?
October 2012 - New Beginnings

Council Chairpersons

Joanne Burling
Vice President
Lorna Kenney
Paulette Finneseth
Rebecca Mugiishi
Harriet Foucher
Christian Education
Viola Angebrandt
Crystal Gertner
Barbara Eisenbeisz
Church in Society
Joyce McDonough
Financial Secretary
Dennis Pringle
Council Secretary
Carolyn Wallerius
Mary Gillespie
Neal Williams


Ministry Support Staff

Office Secretary
Sandie Colby
Custodian Joe Balli
Organist/Bridge Accompanist Robert Manni
WELCA President
Dannell Duran
Marilyn Kraft








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