Members and visitors gather for worship on Sundays at 8 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:15 AM and 7 PM. The Book of Alternative Services forms the foundation for all liturgies.
8 AM Said Eucharist: A small community gathers in the space at the front of the church for this liturgy. Through word and prayer, bread and wine, it is a peaceful way to begin the day. On the first Sunday of the month, prayers for healing through the laying on of hands are offered.
9:30 AM Sung Eucharist: A vibrant program for children and youth, music that spans many genres and uses a variety of instruments, inspiring preaching, and a community that gather around the altar for communion are hallmarks of this service.
7 PM Evening Service: A range of liturgical offerings shape the evening service. Evensong is the basis for many Sunday evenings. About once a month there is a Rock Eucharist with the music of a group or individual woven through the liturgy. Occasionally, the evening service takes the form of Bach Vespers with choir and ensemble in residence. A cantata, appropriate to the season, is sung. On the last Sunday of the month there is a candle-lit Taizé service.
If you would like to prepare for the Sunday services by reading the lessons at home, the list of readings for February 5 to June 25, 2017 is available here. The text for the readings can be found on the Vanderbilt Divinity Library website.
Each day we hold communities and ministries here at Redeemer and around the world in our prayers. The March cycle of prayer is available here.
Many members of our parish share in the leadership of the worship services. Handbooks, to supplement the training received, have been developed to guide all in their role as greeter, lector, chancel guild member, intercessor, server or communion minister.
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