Worship at Redeemer
We know that it can be intimidating to walk into an unfamiliar place, especially a church. We want you to know that visitors are always welcome at Redeemer. Here are some answers to questions you might have about our worship.
Every Sunday at 9:00am
How should I dress?
On any Sunday at our church, you may see people wearing shoes and heels, jeans and suits, open collars and ties. When a person dresses out of love for God, the choice of dress (casual or more formal) is acceptable to God ...and us.
What about my 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.
What is the service like?
We invite you to come and discover the rich ways which we use to worship God. As you enter, you will receive a service folder which allows you to easily follow along with the entire service. We believe that in worship God comes to us through his Word and Sacraments and we respond in prayer and praise. Our services are structured in a way which assures that every week we will hear God’s message of salvation through Jesus. The pastor's sermon is intended to help us see our need for Jesus so that we also see how Jesus fills all our needs.
The Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion)
We offer the Lord's Supper on the first and third Sundays of the month.
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 belief 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 visitor, you may contribute as you wish, but please do not feel obligated to do so.