We gather each week at 10:00 AM Sunday morning for music, prayers, scripture readings, a message, and to share each other's joys and concerns. Our modern sanctuary has prayer shawls on chairs throughout the room for you to take and give to anyone who may be going through a difficult time or to those celebrating a joyous event . Large print bulletins and hearing devices are available to use, and our building is at one level, with air conditioning, and accessible . Plenty of parking space and valet parking is available. There is no dress code; dress how you feel comfortable - many of us wear jeans, shorts, and other casual clothes.
At Redeemer, children are an important part of the worshiping and learning community. Children are encouraged to participate in worship. There is a special time for The Child In All Of Us during the service. Children are invited forward and adults are encouraged to accompany children who may be cautious. Supervised nursery care is available for children under age 3 during worship. In the nursery are toys, a rocking chair, a changing table (also in all of our restrooms) and a toddler-sized toilet for those working on potty training. If you’d prefer to sit by the fireplace or let your toddler explore the Great Hall (the gathering space outside of the sanctuary), the worship service is broadcast there as well.
Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month. Redeemer practices “Open Communion” as Jesus did. Christ’s table is open to everyone, whether you’re a member of Redeemer, another church, or no church at all. Children are welcome to participate in communion as soon as parents feel they are ready. In addition to the bread and wine, gluten-free bread and grape juice are available.
The third Sunday each month please come and join us around the fireplace at 8:15 AM in the Great Hall for a continental breakfast with Panera bread and conversation with members and friends of Redeemer.
We gather on Wednesdays at 5:30 PM for an intergenerational activity. At 6:00 PM we share in a free community meal made by one of congregants. This meal is open to anyone. You may give a free will donation if you choose, but it is not necessary. This is also a time of fellowship with others. At 6:30 PM we gather in either the sanctuary or in the summer months we gather in the sanctuary garden for worship. The worship experience includes music, prayers, scripture readings, and communion. At Redeemer, children are an important part of the worshiping and learning community. Children are encouraged to participate in worship. This worship service is often led by our youth. They lead prayers, read scripture, collect offering, and help serve communion. Because this is a family centered worship it is designed to last only a half an hour and there is no sermon. Childcare is not available on Wednesdays. There is no dress code; dress how you feel comfortable - many of us wear jeans, shorts, and other casual clothes.