Children and Family Ministry
Children are at the heart of life at Church of the Redeemer! Children learn about the word of God through our Children's Christian Education programs; they are involved in worship services, they play music in our services, and they form lifelong friendships with each other through their experiences.
For more information on formation opportunities for children and youth, contact Hannah Teetor, Minister for Children and Families, or Tommy Kirk, Children's Formation leader. And use the button below to sign up for our monthly Family Ministry eNews.
Reimagining Worship for Families
At Church of the Redeemer, we are committed to offering meaningful formation opportunities for children at both our Holy Eucharist, Rite II and Banquet Eucharist worship services. We know there are many uncertainties facing families at this time, especially this fall. And we thank you for completing our survey earlier this month, in which you had…Read More »
Godly Play is a Montessori-based program for 3 to 6 year-olds during the 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. services that gives them an opportunity to learn foundational bible stories in a safe and welcoming environment that fosters discovery learning. The structure of the class parallels the church worship service with a greeting, music, and a story. Children are then brought into services to …Read More »
Club CoR is a formation class for 1st through 4th graders that is designed to build community between the children. It includes ongoing elements that will become familiar each week, as well as new learning topics.
Please note: Club CoR will take a break for the summer and will resume at 10:05 am on Sunday, September 12.
Led by Tommy Kirk, the class meets for an hour beginning at 1…Read More »
BEATs by CoR (Bridge for Early Adolescents and Teens) is a developmentally appropriate formation program for 5th through 8th graders. It focuses on "finding God in our every day," using real-world and relevant themes such as movies and popular songs to explore ideas of faith for “Tweens” and Early Teens.
From September through May, Church of the Redeemer (CoR) Youth meet every Sunday at 10:05am for an hour to talk about scripture, current events, life, service, and leadership. We are committed to fulfilling the vision of Church of the Redeemer by building unity among high school students through authentic community, while growing together with youth and the larger church in the …
At Church of the Redeemer, we encourage diverse expression through worship. We are both an In-Person and Online Worshiping Community and this extends to our Children’s Liturgy.
At 11:00 a.m. children begin worship in our Banquet service, then 1st through 4th grades are invited to participate in the in-person Children's Liturgy, an age-appropriate mini-servic…Read More »
College students often feel homesick, isolated, or overwhelmed as they move through their studies and toward living in “the real world.” Our college students are an important part of the Church of the Redeemer community. Whether they live locally, or out of town, Church of the Redeemer wants to support these young adults as they seek an advanced education. This ministry was estab…Read More »
Redeemer Preschool is a Christian preschool serving children ages 2½ to 5. Our children grow socially, spiritually and academically through a loving, hands-on, holistic curriculum that allows children to grow at their own speed and to just be children. The supportive teachers, developmentally appropriate curriculum, and weekly chapel time are fully integrated to provide children …Read More »
During the school year, each week on Wednesdays, the Redeemer Preschool participates in Chapel with "Coach Brad" – Redeemer Minister for Families Brad Gough. Please check out the spring's chapel lessons below and join us again in the fall for more Chapel with Coach Brad.