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We know that it can be intimidating to walk into an unfamiliar place, especially a church. Guests are always welcome at Redeemer. Here are some answers to questions you might have about our worship.


Worship Times
Every Sunday at 9:30am

How do I follow along?

Worshipers can pick up a worship folder as they enter the sanctuary. The worship folder contains an outline of the entire service in a way that is easy to follow along. In addition to the worship folder, you can also follow the screen at the front of the church. Words and music for all of the songs can be found in the blue hymnals in the pew bookracks.

Why does the pastor wear a robe?

The robe is a pastor's uniform. It covers up the pastor so that the focus is not on the pastor but on the Word of God that he is delivering to God's people. 

What about kids?
Kids of all ages are welcome at Redeemer. We encourage kids and their parents to grow in faith together as they hear God’s word and sing his praise. If your little one needs some time during the service we have a nursery room where you can watch and hear the service.

The Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion)

The Lord's Supper is offered every Sunday at Redeemer. The Bible tells us that those who take Communion together are to:

  • Recognize that Christ’s true body and blood are present in the Sacrament (1 Cor. 11:29),

  • Examine themselves as Scripture instructs (1 Cor. 11:28), and

  • Be one in faith and confession with the congregation with which they commune (1 Cor. 10:17).

For these reasons, it is our practice that only those who are members of our congregation or a congregation in fellowship with the WELS join us for Holy Communion. We kindly ask our guests to speak with our pastor about what the Bible teaches about the Lord's Supper before communing with us. 

What about the offering?
The offerings gathered at Redeemer go to support our mission and ministry. As a guest, you may contribute as you wish, but please do not feel obligated to do so. Offerings can be placed into the plate as worshipers enter and exit the sanctuary.

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