Madonnas Book Group
This is a women’s book group that meets once a month at a member’s home to discuss books from many different types of literature. All women are welcome to join. Contact Lynne McNeill for more information.
Theology on Tap (Fourth Tuesday of the month)
Come talk about theology while drinking beer (no kidding!) in an open, informal setting. Everyone over 18 is invited to join in as we chat about group-generated topics ranging from “does hell exist?” to “how do you hear God?”. We drum up all sorts of questions, ponder the possibilities and share our stories with one another.
Theology on Tap meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month, alternating in location between congregants’ homes and local establishments. All drink preferences, ideas and opinions are welcome! For information on this month’s event, visit our calendar or contact Emilie Purvine.
Young Adult Group
Using our hearts, minds and hands for the good of the world.
Young adults at Our Redeemer’s take full advantage of the many ways to serve the world, learn about God and build community. With a full calendar of programs that include brunch, hiking, and helping with youth ministry, there really is something for everyone. Everyone over 18 through mid-thirties is invited to join in.
Gatherings bring this group together as we navigate this unique time of life, exploring and using our gifts and passions for the good of the world. Check out what’s happening this month on the calendar and join us any time.
Contact Pastor Gretchen for details.
Forming faith. Walking together.
The Journey, a six-week process that takes place every year during Lent, is for individuals of all backgrounds and church experiences. Whether you are exploring your faith, getting to know the congregation better, joining Our Redeemer’s as an official member or wish to be baptized, the Journey is a meaningful way to grow in spirit and in community.
During The Journey you can ask questions, connect with others, and learn about what makes Lutherans and life at Our Redeemer’s different. We’re heavy on hors d’oeuvres, honesty, small-group Bible study and an authentic sense of community.
There is no pressure to join the congregation or to be baptized. If you are interested in taking those steps, however, The Journey is the way to get started.
To learn more about The Journey, contact Pastor Gretchen any time.
Folders (Fridays at 1:30 p.m.)
Fridays at 1:30pm
One of the best-kept secrets at Our Redeemer’s, this group prepares the weekly worship bulletins and then spends at least as much time drinking coffee and sharing good-natured conversation. All are welcome.