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We are an inclusive community.
We love welcoming people! Regardless of whether you come from a different faith tradition, or none at all – our doors are open wide to you. Regardless of whether you are in the middle of a successful career or without a job at the moment; married with children, divorced and remarried, or arriving on your own – there are others like you in our church. Regardless of your sexual orientation, gender identity, or personal history – you are invited here.
The Redeemer is a community exploring what faith and spiritually mean for us, both individually and as a community, with open minds and respect for the different places on the journey we find ourselves. While we are followers of Jesus in the Anglican tradition, we also live with a deep awareness that we don't have all the answers. We're not the kind of community that asks you to check your questions, doubts, or brain at the door.
We have multiple opportunities to join us in person and online each Sunday. We open the doors at 8:45am for some socializing before Zoom worship begins at 9:00am. Our full, in-person worship service begins at 10:30am, with a mix of classic and contemporary music and a welcoming atmosphere to which kids (yours especially) are firmly invited. Services typically last a little more than an hour, and we always gather for coffee, cookies and conversation afterward.
For more information on services, including our music-focused services on Sunday nights, click here.
When you arrive, someone will offer you a program leaflet and a hymn book. Find yourself a seat wherever you like, and relax. The leaflet gives you a guide to the service (and additionally contains information on other things going on within the church).
Services are mostly made up of some singing, some listening and reflection, and some prayer. There are some beautiful rituals (including Eucharist) which we hope you'll find meaningful, whether you take part or just observe.
Beginners are always welcome.
Kids and Youth
Our 10:30am service on Sunday mornings welcomes families, with an area where restless bodies can move around. We have programs most Sundays for kids and teens.
P.S: If you're concerned that your kids will make too much noise, don’t worry! We love the sound of children among us.