At the Redeemer, we know that asking deeper questions and exploring issues of faith helps us grow both as individuals and as a community.
Throughout the year, we offer a variety of speakers and learning series, providing opportunities to gather and learn together; details are provided here as well as through our eNews. A warm welcome awaits all who join – parishioners, friends and members of the wider community.
Telling the Story
On five Tuesday evenings during the season, we gather at 7 PM to explore biblical texts through live music, readings, reflections and informal discussion. Our theme in 2017/18 is the gospel of Jesus in the letters of St. Paul.
October 10 – Professor Ann Jervis will provide an introduction and overview of this season’s theme.
November 14 – Dr. Abigail Young will address the theme of following the example and imitation of Jesus in Paul’s letters.
January 9 – The Rev’d Megan Jull will speak about the saving work of Jesus.
February 27 – The Rev’d David Giffen will talk about Jesus as the head of the Church in the letters attributed to St. Paul.
March 20 – Christopher Jones will address the subject of the Cosmic Christ.
Registration will be open prior to each evening. Please let us know you plan to attend so we have a seat ready to welcome you.
Welcome to Redeemer Readers – the Church of the Redeemer book group.
The group will meet this year in the board room on the lower level for one hour at noon on five Thursdays – October 19, December 14, February 1, March 22 and May 17.
New members are always welcome and all are welcome to attend as many of the five sessions as you can.
This year our books focus on questions about what happens to us when we die.