Redeemer is a vibrant, active community. Gathering for fellowship, education, music, worship, and all of the above is a hallmark of our parish. From Bible studies to retreats, men's and women's groups to poetry enthusiasts, book club members to those focused on current events, all groups invite and welcome new participants.
For information on any of the programs, contact ministry leaders or The Rev. Philip DeVaul
Becoming Beloved Community
at Church of the Redeemer
During Lent 2019 the Rev. Philip DeVaul and Megan Johnson introduced us to the Becoming Beloved Community initiative of the Episcopal Church. And Church of the Redeemer was invited to begin the work of racial reconciliation and justice.
As we have discovered, Becoming Beloved Community is more of a journey than a program. We inv…Read More »
Church of the Redeemer offers a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQ+ people, as well as their friends and relatives, whether committed Christians, curious inquirers, skeptical but seeking, recovering from past toxic church experiences, or anywhere in between. The LGBTQ+ Fellowship welcomes participation by singles and couples, of all ages!
We hope to cultivate friendships,…Read More »
The Church of the Redeemer Library is a rich resource for devotionals, Becoming Beloved Community recommended books, and books that focus on each of The Way of Love practices, in addition to many other fiction and non-fiction titles. Recently a large portion of our library selection has been added to an online catalog. Try it out using the button below and see what is available f…Read More »
Church of the Redeemer's Book Group meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm to discuss works of fiction and non-fiction selected by vote at the beginning of the year. The group meets at the church in the Library and also remotely on Zoom.
Please note the group meets on the first Tuesday of March and April due to Lent programming on Wednesdays.
2021-2022 Book and Moderat…Read More »
Downtown Bible Study meets on Wednesdays from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm via Zoom. Participants spend their lunch hour at this informal study of Scripture appointed for the following Sunday. Led by clergy. If you haven't already, please sign up for our email list, using the button below, and we will send you a weekly reminder and invite.
Downtown Bible Study takes a summer break during J…Read More »
Inquirers’ Classes provide opportunities to learn more about The Episcopal Church, the Church of the Redeemer, and one another. These classes serve as preparation for adult confirmation or reception in The Episcopal Church and are led by our clergy.
The classes typically run for four evening sessions or one Saturday session, twice a year. However, during our current stay-at-home…Read More »
Rise & Shine
The Rise and Shine discussion group meets Sunday mornings at 10:00 am (September through April). Adults and Youth are invited to gather for discussions that are relevant to their lives through the lens of a current topic and scriptural references.
This group will resume on Sunday, September 12 at 10:00 am.
Rise & Shine Weekly Topics
Use Passwo…Read More »
Thursday Morning Bible Study meets in the parlor from 10:00 to 11:30 am on Thursdays (August through April). Led by clergy.
Our Thursday Morning Bible Study group will meet online via Zoom on Thursdays from 10:00 - 11:30 am. If you haven't already please use the button below to subscribe and receive your weekly reminder and link to the meeting.
Thursday Morning Bible Study will…Read More »