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Events at the Redeemer
Contemporary. Today, we gather to celebrate Easter with the children leading a dramatic retelling of the story and will gather around the altar with The Rev’d David Howells for an Instructed Eucharist where he will guide us in prayerfully remembering how God’s love is shown to us in bread broken […]Read More
Traditional. Procession with incense begins our Easter celebration at this casual but traditional service. Beautiful choral music, hymns, organ and classical arrangements, alongside a reflective sermon and eucharist are all part of our proclamation of the good news that Christ is risen. Nursery care is available.Read More
Gilead, Marilynne Robinson. (Harper Collins, 2006). This work of literary fiction tells the story of generations of a family in a rural Iowa town as seen through the eyes of the Reverend John Ames. He recounts for his young son experiences of his father and grandfather as well as his […]Read More
Our parish is seeking our next Incumbent. To learn more about who we are and what we look for in an incumbent, you can read the Redeemer Parish Profile 2019. The parish profile that was prepared in 2016 has been revised to reflect the changes in the parish since then. In addition, the draft Redeemer Strategic Plan […]Read More
We are pleased to announce the appointment of our new Pastoral Associate for Youth and Young Adults! Hilary Keachie will be joining us in January and we are counting down the days to her official arrival. Here is a glimpse of who Hilary is and what she brings to our community. Hilary grew up […]Read More
‘Business?! Mankind Should Have Been My Business!’ This year marks the 15th and final year of our annual reading of A Christmas Carol at Church of the Redeemer. Fifteen years of retelling this powerful story by Charles Dickens. The story that reminds us to care for each other, to share our wealth, to savour life and […]Read More
There will be a special vestry meeting on Sunday, August 12 after the 11:15 AM service. The three items on the agenda are: A mid-year review of the finances with a motion to make any mid-course corrections that are necessary to the budget. Motions in support of the discernment process for ordination to the vocational […]Read More