Worship with us at Redeemer Lutheran Church!
The members and friends of Redeemer Lutheran Church would like to introduce you to the faith and fellowship of our congregation. We are a gathering of Christians in the tradition of the Lutheran Reformation who come from a variety of backgrounds, but who share the conviction that the most important thing in this life is to know and experience the love and peace that only God can give.
“For God so loved the
world, that he gave his only
Son, that whoever believes in him
should not perish but have eternal life.
For God did not send his Son into the
world to condemn the world, but in
order that the world might be
saved through him.”
In the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the divine-human Savior of the world, we have found this love and peace – or rather, this love and peace have found us! Humanity’s most basic problem is its sinful alienation from God. In Christ, who died and rose again for us, God himself solves this most basic problem, and graciously restores humanity’s broken relationship with its Creator. Through his Word and Sacraments, Jesus assures us of the reconciliation with God that he has accomplished for us; he forgives us all our sins; he comforts us with the promise of his sustaining presence with his people; and he preserves and strengthens within us the faith by which we receive and enjoy all these blessings.
“If you abide in my
word, you are truly my
disciples, and you will know the
truth, and the truth will set you free.”
This is the faith that gives meaning and purpose to our lives, and this is the faith that we would very much like to share with you!
If you would like to know more about the beliefs and activities of our congregation, please visit the other pages in our web site, or contact our Pastor. He would be very happy to talk with you, and to be of assistance to you in whatever way he can. The Pastor also conducts special classes as needed for those who are considering the possibility of membership at Redeemer, or who would simply like to study the basic teachings of the Lutheran Church.
Lutheranism the way it used to be.
Lutheranism the way it can be once again.