5:00 p.m. - Holy Eucharist Rite II
Rite 1 on Last Sunday of Month
Holy Eucharist Rite II
Rite I on Last Sunday of Month
11: 00 am Adult Christian Education
Rite I: Celebrated on the last Sunday of each month. Service features traditional language, organ, traditional hymnody, and rich Anglican liturgy. It is perfect for those who have grown up in the Anglican tradition or with an older form of the prayer book. Our Rite I liturgy is found in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and includes Holy Communion and a sermon.
Rite II: Contemporary service featuring organ, traditional hymnody, and rich Anglican liturgy. Our Rite II liturgy is found in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and employs modern language. This service includes Holy Communion and a sermon.
Baptism is the rite of initiation into the Christian faith. Services of Holy Baptism are scheduled as needed for the 9:30 am services at any time during the year except Lent. Baptism is not administered privately at The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer because it is the entry rite into a community of faith.
The Episcopal Church practices baptism for people of all ages. We baptize people as infants with the understanding that we are bringing them into the community of faith, that they will be raised in the Christian faith and life, and that one day they will be called upon to embrace the faith for themselves.
If you would like to have your child baptized at Redeemer, contact the church office for an appointment with the rector who will work with you to prepare your child for baptism.
Adults who have not been baptized may also be baptized after going through formal instruction in our Enquirer’s Class. Classes are held at least once a year or as needed.
A wedding at Redeemer is the celebration of a couple coming together in a covenant which is witnessed and blessed by the Christian community. We believe Christian marriage to “signify the mystery of the union between Christ and his Church . . .It is intended by God for the mutual joy of the couple, the help they give to one another in prosperity and adversity, and, when it is God’s will, for the procreation of children and their nurture in the knowledge and love of our Lord” (BCP, p. 423). The rector would welcome meeting with you to discuss plans for your wedding at Redeemer.
In Christ, we live in the hope and certainty of resurrection from the dead. We are told in scripture that “nothing can separate us from the love of God in Jesus Christ”. Yet, one of the most difficult things anyone faces is the loss of a loved one. The rector, staff, and people of Redeemer are ready to move alongside family members in their time of loss and assist in arranging a funeral which celebrates the life of their loved one while acknowledging and allowing for grief and loss.
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