What to Expect

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Redeemer invites all to come and worship with us. We have many styles of services, from traditional to contemporary, to praise our Lord. We have regular services on Saturday evening and Sunday morning.  If you miss a week or cannot be with us, check out our sermons online. 

None of our services are suit and tie events, although it is not unusual to see someone wearing a suit, sport coat, nice dress or pant suit.  Casual attire is just fine.  Hymns and Liturgy are displayed on video screens in the front of the church during all Sunday morning services, so there is no need to fumble around in a book to participate in the service.  Services last about an hour, more or less, depending on whether the service includes communion.  See our "Worship Times" page to see which services include communion and the type of service they are.

Holy Communion Policy:  We cordially invite those who have been baptized and instructed in the true meaning of the Lord's Supper, and ...
*     Repent of all their sins
*     Forgive and love as He forgives and loves us
*     Believe that the body and blood of Jesus are truly present in the sacrament.  Note the Apostle Paul’s words in 1st. Cor. 11:29 “anyone who eats and drinks without recognizing the body of the Lord eats and drinks judgment on himself."

Sunday Bible classes and Sunday school take place in other parts of the facility between the 8:45 and 11:00 services.  Other Bible classes take place at various times throughout the week.

A nursery or remote viewing area is available for parents with young children if needed.  There are also devices available to assist the hearing impaired if needed.

Musical accompaniment at the Saturday evening service is by baby grand piano.  At the 11:00 Sunday morning contemporary service, accompaniment is by guitar, keyboard and other string and percussion instruments.  All other services have organ accompaniment enhanced by vocal and bell choirs on various Sundays throughout the year.

Hymns from the Lutheran Hymnal and Lutheran Song Book are sung at the Saturday evening service and the 8:45 Sunday morning service.  The 11:00 am Sunday contemporary service utilizes contemporary music from many other sources.

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