What Can I Expect?
Thinking of visiting Redeemer? We’d be honored to have you join us! We want you to know that at Redeemer Church you’re going to find a people who are welcoming, friendly and care immensely about the gospel. We are a multigenerational church that loves to gather and worship and we have a spot for you!
When We Meet
Our church gathers on Sunday mornings for Sunday school at 9:30 am for all ages. An unstaffed nursery is also available for families with preschool and toddler age children. At 11 AM our church gathers for corporate worship. In this service we sing, read scripture, pray and hear God’s Word proclaimed through expositional preaching. There are children’s bulletins available with activities for them to do that will help them engage in the sermon time. The nursery is also available. There is no dress code. Just come as you are. We care about your heart and your affections for Jesus. So whatever you are comfortable wearing is just fine with us.
First Time Here?
If this is your first time visiting our campus, we are delighted that you are worshipping with us! We hope you will feel welcome and enjoy your time here with our church family! If you are a guest with us, we have a special parking space just for you! to the front-left of our building are designated parking spots specifically for guests. Just follow the signs in our parking lot that will direct you where to go!
Other Questions You Might Have:
How long does the service last?
Our services typically last between an hour and fifteen minutes to an hour and twenty minutes.
What version of the Bible do you use?
Our pastor uses the English Standard Version (ESV) as his primary translation. But any version you are comfortable with bringing will be just fine! We also have Bibles available to you if you do not own one personally. Once you receive it, it is our gift to you! Feel free to take it home.
What about Communion?
As a church we receive the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of every month. This is a time that is for those who are believing and professing in Jesus Christ. More detailed instructions are given during that time.