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Events at the Redeemer
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 and learn together This week we celebrate Pentecost. The resource for families to use at home: Zooming Into Church School […]Read More
We gather this Sunday morning at 10:30 AM – virtually through Zoom – for worship with some elements of the liturgy prerecorded. The youth group will be part of the leadership team for our celebration of Pentecost as we also mark Youth Ministry Sunday. Join us after the service for […]Read More
Our Evensong service includes the music most often associated with this evening office, prayers and a brief reflection on the evening’s scripture readings. For the service this week, we celebrate the Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth. The service will be posted on Facebook at 7 PM and will be shared […]Read More
In mid-March, we asked and you responded, with ‘more than we can ask or imagine’! And in the weeks since you have stayed the course so that our vital ministries continue to thrive at the corner – and virtually. Holy Week and Easter services were recorded and/or live-streamed. These were liturgically and musically rich! Weekly worship services, […]Read More
The Common Table is one of 11 charities chosen as possible recipients of a donation in an art competition called A Big Picture. Those who are hosting this contest offer the following explanation for why they are doing this: As we find our communities in the midst of a challenging time, we want to create […]Read More
The Learning at Redeemer group offers this opportunity to share glimpses of resurrection hope that each of us encounters in our daily life. The Gospel appearances of the risen Christ are veiled in Mystery. The first thing on Easter morning, Mary Magdalene thinks he’s the gardener, until he calls her by name. Jesus falls in […]Read More
This section will be updated each week with resources for Sundays and during the week as they become available. Easter 6A – May 17, 2020 Resources for Children The stories of Women Heroes of the Bible – Priscilla: Zooming Into Church School – May 17 The Bulletin for the Worship Service: Easter6A_17May2020_1030AM Easter 5A – […]Read More