Fall Theme: Living on Purpose: What's Yours?
Join us this fall as we explore the meaning of vocation in our lives.
Bible Study resumes!
We have many opportnties for you to grow in faith this fall - Wednesday morinings at 11am we explore the Book of Revelation; Monday evenings in October we resume "Manna and Mercy", and later this fall we will offer a class on "Process Theology". Call the office for more information about these opportunities.
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Reconciling in Christ
We are a Reconciling in Christ Congregation and everyone is welcome
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Welcome To Our Redeemer's Lutheran Church!
Read about the latest happenings at Our Redeemer's Lutheran Church in our monthly newsletter, "The Visitor":
September 2014 Newsletter
A Community "in the model of Christ"
As a community of faith we welcome all on the journey of life.
In our diversity we experience and celebrate the unconditional love of God as people of every race, ethnic background, social status, physical condition, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
We have become a "Reconciling In Christ" congregation so that we may be shaped by the wide variety of gifts God's people bring to community. Join us as we model the life of Christ in our commitment
to compassion, community and justice for all.
What we believe
Our creator God continually reaches out to all life. As we gather in worship, service, work and play, we join with others in God's grace and the Spirit's hope.
We gather to experience and celebrate the love of God through Jesus Christ. All are welcome. And we welcome you to take part in the community of Our Redeemer's.
In the model of Christ, and for the life of the world, we are an inclusive, devoted, caring, spiritual community that accepts challenges, takes risks and grows.
Partners on the Journey
Our Redeemer's Lutheran Church is in partnership with the national church body: The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and the
international body: The Lutheran World Federation. These partners assist us in understanding ourselves as a diverse and global expression
of God's gifts and the earth's needs.
We celebrate God's presence in worship in a number of settings. At 9:00 am on Sunday morning we celebrate with an eclectic and upbeat mix of music and worship for children and adults.
On the 2nd Sunday we celebrate with a "Family Sabbath", when children share their gifts and take leadership roles. A spirited-traditional worship service beginning at 11:00 am each Sunday
includes familiar hymns, a wonderful choir and new liturgies. Holy Communion is shared in all worship services and all are welcome.
Children are always welcome at all worship services. We also offer staffed childcare for children 4 years and younger in our nursery.
Click on the links below for previous newsletters.
August 2014 Newsletter
July 2014 Newsletter
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