We believe God calls us to be responsible stewards of our lives, including our financial resources, estates, time and talents, and God's creation. This includes the ways we give back to God through the church, using our gifts for the glory of God and to serve God’s purposes in the world.
For more information:
Betsy Schram, Stewardship Board Chair
The Rev. Philip DeVaul, Rector
A Request from the Rector: How Are We Church?
A Request from the Rector: Relationship is at the core of this community.
BY RELATIONSHIPS OF ENCOURAGEMENT
A message from the Rector:
If you are a part of the Redeemer community, we believe you are here for a reason. We believe that God brought us all here, brought us all together. It’s not an accident. We have been brought together by the Holy Spirit to be loved, and to love the world and people God has created. The relationships we buil…Read More »
As the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, we follow the Way of Jesus. His way is the Way of Love, and that love has the power to change lives and change the world.
At Church of the Redeemer, to be engaged in the life of the community, we encourage you to live by The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life.
The Way of Love is a way of life. More than a program or c…Read More »
Inspired to Give - Annual Giving 2020 Pledge
WHAT IS A PLEDGE?
Making a financial pledge is promising to give a specific dollar amount over the course of the year. By pledging you are committing to share your resources and participate fully in the growth of our worshiping community. These resources contribute to the majority of the operating budget at Church of the Redeemer.
WHY PLE…Read More »
This year, as part of our Becoming Beloved Community journey, we have begun focusing on Story-Sharing. Whereas storytelling is used to persuade and shape understanding, often one-way and perhaps even transactional, Story-Sharing is relational. It is telling your story and receiving the stories of others. It is about engagement and connection.
This summer we began digging deeper in…Read More »