Weekly Worship Service Hours

Sunday School:
Summertime June - Aug:  8:30AM
Sept - May:  9:30AM

Worship on Sunday:
Summertime June - Aug: 
Sept - May:  8AM & 10:30AM

Nursery Area Is Available. If you or your child should need the service of our nursery, either before or during the worship services, our ushers will be happy to assist you.

Activity Bags are available for your use during the service in the back of the church. Ask an usher. Please return the Activity Bag to the rack after service.

Special Worship Service & Events

Christmas Continues through Jan. 5th!

We then begin the season of Epiphany on Jan. 6th  ~  and celebrate it on Sunday 1/7/2018 at 8:00AM & 10:30AM!

We will be partaking of Holy Communion at both services this coming weekend! 

☺    Please continue the joy of Christmastide with us, as we mediate upon God's Word in this Season of Light!

Peace to you and yours throughout 2018. 

This Week At Redeemer

Saturday, 27 January 2018

We will host here, at Redeemer Lutheran Church, the visitation and funeral service for our brother in Christ, Mel Huebschman.

The visitation begins at 2:00PM and the funeral service at 3:00PM

Changes and Notifications

Our Church Council meets the second Monday of every month at 6:30PM in the Fellowship Hall. 
Our next meeting is  January 8th, 2018

President:  JoAnne First

Vice President:  Steve Smothers

Secretary:  Lois Paul

Treasurer:  Sharon Barger

Financial Secretary:  Warren Paul

Board of Christian Education Chair:  Dan Hoffman

Board of Elders Chair:  Neal Smith

Board of Youth Chair:  Melanie Cole

Evangelism Chair:  Jeff Williams

Property & Grounds Chair:  Bob Heinicke

Stewardship Chair: John Hanke

Notes from Pastor Cole

Happy New Year! Welcome to our website. Thanks for visiting!

I don’t believe in coincidences, because God always has a purpose for our connections.  Perhaps He brought you to this website today for a special reason!

Along with the people here at Redeemer, I pray that the Lord's bringing you into a connection with us, will provide blessings to you today. I also pray that our Lord's Holy Spirit guide you in knowing Jesus better through God's Word. For further opportunities to get to know our Redeemer and to receive His blessings, we invite you to come and meet with us here at our church and school! 

Please consider joining us in worship this next Sunday as we continue to celebrate God's great gifts to us. This month we continue to rejoice in the Joy of this Season that first came to us in a very small package!  Now in Epiphany we ponder upon "The Child of Promise" as we see Him fulfilling the promises given in Scripture. Epiphany is a time to remember the miraculous work of our God - worked through the ministry of Christ Jesus. He came that we could know release and healing in the ministry of our Redeemer! Come join us as we celebrate the Light of Heaven coming to bring us enlightenment and hope. Jesus continues to be with us, even here in the beginning of 2018. Our Savior is all about new beginnings, so come and see Him at work in our world! 

Martin Luther's Seal - Expressive of His Theology

The Seal of Martin Luther was designed by Martin Luther himself.  He explained his design in the following words:

     The first thing expressed in my seal is a cross, black, within the heart, to put me in mind that faith in Christ crucified saves us.  "For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness."

     Now, although the cross is black, mortified, and intended to cause pain, it does not change the color of the heart, does not destroy nature -- i.e., does not kill, but keeps alive.  "For the just shall live by faith," -- by faith in the Savior.

     But this heart is fixed upon the center of a white rose, to show that faith causes joy, consolation and peace.  The rose is white, not red, because white is the ideal color of all angels and blessed spirits.

     This rose, moreover, is fixed in a sky-colored ground, to denote that such joy of faith in the spirit is but an earnest beginning of heavenly joy to come, as anticipated and held by hope, though not yet revealed.

     And around this ground base is a golden ring, to signify that such bliss in heaven is endless, and more precious than all joys and treasures, since gold is the best and most precious metal.  Christ, our dear Lord, He will give grace unto eternal life.


Redeemer Lutheran Church & School Happy Times Newsletter

The "Happy Times" is the official newsletter of Redeemer Lutheran Church & School.  It is published monthly and the deadline for submissions is the third Monday of each month by 1:00PM.  If you would like to submit something, you must send it to the church office via the e-Mail address found on the Contact Page.

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