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Events at the Redeemer
Come join us for a service featuring “The World Beloved” – a Bluegrass Mass by Carol Barnett, with choir and bluegrass band. This casual service includes some brief thoughts on the music’s’ themes, along with prayer, the breaking of bread and sharing of wine in communion. All are invited, no […]Read More
Come join us for a service featuring the music of Aretha Franklin. Each of our Rock Eucharist evening services explores the music of a popular artist or band, performed by a changing lineup of dedicated and talented musicians. The music is woven through the worship service including a reflection, prayer, the […]Read More
Learning at Redeemer Presents–Talking to One Another: Growing Understanding between Christians and Muslims
Women in the Muslim World Non-Muslims have many questions about the role of women in Muslim society. This informative presentation will shed light on this topic in the context of the qualities of those women who are revered and considered to be some of the greatest female role models in Islamic […]Read More
The Rev’d David Giffen, on behalf of the Bishop, is pleased to announce that Roshni Jayawardena will be joining us on May 1, 2018 as our new Assistant Curate. Roshni completed a student placement with us from September to December 2017. She is in her final semester at Trinity College completing her Masters of Divinity, […]Read More
Today, David walked the Way of the Cross. Marking each station in ways never before experienced he writes, But then there was the fourth station, where Jesus meets his mother. The first street corner where the hustle and bustle of the city began to close in. The reading of the story and the prayers offered […]Read More
Our Incumbent Priest, David Giffen, shares another moment in his pilgrimage to the Holy Land on his Facebook page. Of his experience of being on the holy ground of the Temple Mount, Jerusalem he says, in part, The air of history is palpable in this place, but so are the deep divisions, the tribal lines, […]Read More
This picture of the Judean hill-country was taken by our Incumbent Priest, David Giffen, during his week-long pilgrimage to the Holy Land. David has been sharing updates and reflections of his experiences on his Facebook page and we’ll continue to share those on our Facebook page, too. You can also follow David’s experiences on Twitter and Instagram. David […]Read More