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The people of the Lutheran Church believe that God has revealed himself to all people and relates to them as three distinct persons.

As our Creator and the Maker of all that exists, he comes to us as a loving Father who provides for us the necessities of life, and cares for us in all circumstances, all because he is gracious and merciful to all. We respond to him with thanks and praise as with our lives we serve and obey him. (See Apostles’ Creed, Article One.)

God took on our flesh and blood in the person and became human in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, the eternal Son of the heavenly Father. His life was one of sinless obedience and service to the Father in heaven, a life lived for us sinners who could not. In our place he died the death we, by our sin, deserved. In his rising to life again we have forgiveness of all our sin, we have conquered death, and we live with the certainty of life forever in his eternal kingdom. (See Apostles’ Creed, Article Two.)

God fills our lives with his Spirit, empowering us for life as his people. Through the Bible, God’s written Word, we hear time and again of God’s relationship with us, his people, and by his sacramental Word, Baptism and the Communion meal, his Spirit strengthens us in faith and commitment to life as God’s people, demonstrating his love for all as we share it with the people we encounter daily. (See Apostles’ Creed, Article Three.)

Pastor:  Rev. Anthony Oliphant

Director of Music Ministries: Miss Emily Woock

Office Coordinator: Therese Mohar

 

Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday at both 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. At the 10:30 a.m. service, the common cup is offered to those approaching the altar from the pulpit side; and an individual glass is offered if approaching from the lectern side. Join your preferred line from the rear of the church if you are sitting on the opposite side. At the altar rail, stand at the last available position and wait for rail to fill. Once rail is filled kneel in unison. After receiving from the Pastor stand in unison and leave altar.

Large print Hymnals and Bulletins are available from the Ushers.

Quiet bags are available for young children during the Church service. They are located in the narthex, to your right as you prepare to enter the sanctuary. Inside the bags are a number of interesting items to keep your child's attention during the Service. Ask an usher if you can't find one. After the Service, please return them to the narthex.

Proclaiming to our community in word and deed the empowering love of God as demonstrated in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Redeemer is a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and in the English District.

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