Church of the Redeemer is an Online Worshiping Community. Please check out our offerings scheduled below.
Once we return to gathering together in public worship, we welcome you to join us at the church building. At Redeemer, we encourage diverse expression through worship.
On Sunday mornings, at 9:00 am live and anytime after 10:00 am, join us for Liturgy of the Word, Rite II, with music and a sermon.
On Tuesday mornings, anytime after 8:00 am, join us for Morning Prayer.
On Wednesdays, anytime after 4:00 pm, join us online for our weekly Meditation with music.
On Thursday mornings, anytime after 8:00 am, join us for Morning Prayer.
We invite you to any and all of our worship services!
To assist you in following along, please use this button to open a pdf of the bulletin,
and this button to see the latest listing for our Prayers of the People.
For All Saints' Sunday
You may also be interested in joining our Family Ministry team for Children's Worsh…Read More »
Sunday, 11:15 am
(dependent upon current
Public Emergency Level)
Church of the Redeemer is pleased to offer in-person Sunday worship in Ault Park. These worship services will continue, even in cold weather, as long as the Ohio Public Health Emergency Level for Hamilton County remains at 3 (Red) or lower. There will be no gatherings at …Read More »
Welcome to our Redeemer Online page! We are excited about the many ways we have developed to keep us all connected to each other and Church of the Redeemer during this temporary time of isolation. We will continue to add to this listing, so check in often to see what's new!
Please note: During this time of social distancing, the Redeemer Community is no longer gathering physical…Read More »
Gathering at the Episcopal Church
of the Redeemer
COVID-19 Response Plan
As we transition to in-person gathering in our church building, the Church of the Redeemer leadership and staff continue to look to several sources for assistance. First, we are led by our Bishop, following the diocesan guidelines for this time. Likewise, we remain attentive to and grateful for the require…Read More »