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Social Justice Report

written by Elizabeth Dickinson It has been a whirlwind month as I have started to become acquainted with the vibrant people, worship and social justice at Our Redeemer’s! I was introduced to worship through the interview between journalist Niels Running and Bill the Donkey. I have received a thorough tech download from Katlin. I have […]

New Beginnings

by Bob Carlson A year plus a few months ago, my wife Karen and I were looking at our previous Easter Week food service notes and reviewing them for 2020 Easter. Well, we all know how that worked out. Lately, we talk about when we will be able to have all the “Old Normalcy” again […]

Our Redeemer’s Council Corner – Member Bio: Emilie Purvine

Our Redeemer’s Council Corner | Member Bio – Emilie Purvine Greetings Our Redeemer’s Congregation! It looks like it’s my turn to introduce myself in the “Council Corner”. I’ll start with my faith history and how I came to join this wonderful church. I was born, baptized, and raised Lutheran. Church was always something we did […]

When Will We Be Back in Person?

written by the Pandemic Transition Team*  At the council’s request, a team of folks from our congregation formed to do an in-depth look at what conditions would need to be met for Our Redeemer’s to begin to hold in-person worship services together, both indoors and outdoors.  Our team attended our synodically-hosted Zoom meeting for all […]

Theology on Tap – May

Theology on Tap – Tuesday, May 24, 7 PM  Join us for Theology on Tap on Tuesday, May 24th at 7:00pm. Grab your favorite beverage and snack and join us as we talk about the big theological questions or maybe the small ones, too. Whatever we choose as our topic, lively conversation will be had! Use […]

Thursday Compline Services

All are Welcome to attend our NEW Weekly in-person Compline Service starting Thursday, May 6, 7:00 PM.  Location: Our Redeemer’s Parking Lot Bring your own chairs and masks for this socially distant 20 minute service. Both Pastor Kathy and Pastor Gretchen will be there.  (Note: this service will not be live-streamed.)

A New Journey

Lord, we are starting a new journey together. Give us vision for all you want to do at Our Redeemer’s. That was part of the prayer at the beginning of our Capital Campaign team’s first meeting on April 19.  The newly-formed team met with consultants Jennifer Perrow and Pastor Kris Capel of Generis. It was a […]

Wednesday Bible Class – The History and Archaeology of the Bible

Our Wednesday Bible class invites you. The Greats Courses has joined with National Geographic to present The History and Archaeology of the Bible, which takes you on a multidimensional journey through the Bible from Genesis to the Crucifixion, seen through the lens of the latest historical and archaeological findings, and accompanied by vivid video footage […]

Theology on Tap

Tuesday, April 27, 7pm Join us for Theology on Tap on Tuesday, April 27th at 7:00pm. Grab your favorite beverage and snack and join us as we talk about the big theological questions or maybe the small ones, too. Whatever we choose as our topic, lively conversation will be had! Use the Zoom link below […]

Our Redeemer’s Blog

Along with our calendar, our blog is a great place to see what we’re up to. Read the posts below to hear musings from Pastor Kathy, ministry leaders and folks in our community. You can use a filter to read updates on our high school youth activities, Kids’ Church and much more. There’s a lot happening around here. Feel free to leave a comment, email the author, share things on facebook, and join the conversation.

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