At the Redeemer, we know that asking deeper questions and exploring issues of faith helps us grow both as individuals and as a community.
Our congregation offers a rare and rich diversity of learning opportunities. These include the initiatives of a number of committees and ministry areas: Creation Matters, the Indigenous Solidarity Working Group (ISWG), Scholar in Residence Nate Wall’s Marginalia series, and Redeemer Readers, to name only some.
Redeemer Explorers seeks to complement all these by offering opportunities for small-group discussion and reflection, experiential learning events like labyrinth walks, and occasional one-time programs on specific topics.
As pandemic restrictions ease, we rejoice that we can gather again in person, but we also learned that Zoom-based events expand the accessibility of what we do, and they offer surprising opportunities for meaningful connection despite the filter of technology. As we go forward, we’ll continue to make use of what virtual meetings have to offer while also planning for gatherings in three-dimensional space.