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Events at the Redeemer
Marginalia continues! Part three of our series, led by Nate Wall, is Breath Returning: Poetry as Prayer in an Age of Distraction, from 9:30–11 AM. This week we welcome Hamilton-based poet John Terpstra. If you want to join Marginalia online, please e-mail Nate Wall by Saturday night. By Sunday morning he will send a […]Read More
Redeemer Kids, their families, and church school teachers will Zoom into Church School on Sunday morning at the usual Church School time where there will be an opportunity to connect, learn about a biblical story and have a discussion. David P will lead this Sunday’s time together, and after the […]Read More
Sunday, March 29 at 12 noon, our incumbent, Steven Mackison, will host a Zoom Staying Connected Town Hall. He will be joined by Susan Graham Walker who will give an update on the strategic plan and Ryan Carlsen speaking on behalf of the stewardship committee. The core of the time together […]Read More
PLEASE NOTE: in response to the current care and concern for all who gather in parishes across the diocese, all worship services have been temporarily suspended and we will not gather for worship until further notice. Beginning on Wednesday, March 4 and continuing every Wednesday to April 1, join in […]Read More
UPDATED WITH VIDEO: On Sunday, March 22, we uploaded a recorded evening worship service to Facebook as a means for the community to gather in worship. Many of our pastoral team participated in this service of word and song. The bulletin for the service: Lent4A 7PM The service for Lent 4 Lent 4A Evening Service […]Read More
Bishop Andrew Asbil issued a pastoral statement late on Friday, March 13 regarding the ongoing responses to COVID-19. In it announced that it is the decision of the bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario which includes the Diocese of Toronto, that all worship services are to be temporarily suspended effective Sunday, March 15. Bishop […]Read More
The annual Vestry meeting calls all members of the Redeemer community to come together for a combined worship service and meeting to receive reports, approve the 2020 budget and adopt the strategic plan that will help to shape our ministry. This year, our annual meeting is on Sunday, February 23. In a change from previous […]Read More
Our desire to communicate more clearly and deeply says something about how we as community care for one another. Since Redeemer is such a wonderfully complex and busy place, with a thriving and diverse ministry, it is even more important that we stay connected by communicating frequently and intentionally. To this end, a new initiative […]Read More