On Sunday, October 26, the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer rejoiced in the pure teaching of the Word of God as it celebrated the Reformation. At the Divine Service we sang the beautiful hymns of the Blessed Martin Luther. During the Bible Study we looked at Luther’s description of how the Gospel was revealed to him in Holy Scripture from his introduction to his collected works. Then many members joined with St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church for their Reformation Dinner. Then we all gathered at Martini Lutheran Church for the Reformation Vespers with the Reverend William Weedon preaching.
SOLI DEO GLORIA!
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO SUPPORTED THIS PROJECT!
On Sunday, October 19, the 18th Sunday after Trinity, Redeemer marked the completion of this project. The steps are in, the ramp is in place, and the new railing is up. Even the grass is growing nicely around. Everything looks fantastic.
On Sunday, September 21, we keep the red paraments and vestments as we remember St. Matthew, Evangelist, Apostle, and Martyr. The symbol of St. Matthew’s Gospel is that of an Angel.
On Sunday, September 14, we celebrated the Festival of the Holy Cross. Rejoicing in the symbol of our faith and that on which our Lord purchased our salvation.
On Sunday, August 24, at 4:00 p.m., during the Vespers for the Feast of St. Bartholomew, the Reverend Roy Axel Coats will be installed by the Reverend Doctor Denninger as pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
All are invited to attend this service and join in the festive meal that follows.
Here is another beautiful hymn.
Listen to the Schola Cantorum (School of Singers) of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer at one of their first practices. This group formed in order to better sing the liturgy and the hymns of the Church. Sorry for the shakiness and the lack of the first stanza.
Pictures of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer are featured in this video from LCMS Urban and Inner-City Mission. Learn about what the Synod is doing in order to proclaim Christ in the city.
The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer is teaching kids about Jesus at our Bible School. Monday through Friday, 5:30 to 8:30. Dinner is included. All welcome for free from pre-K to 6th Grade.
Sunday, June 15, we rejoice in the Mystery of the True God, Trinity in Unity and Unity in Trinity! We mark this Sunday with confessing the Athanasian Creed, which states the Orthodox teaching of the Holy Trinity. After the Divine Service we will honor our fathers and give thanks to God for them.