Redeemer Lutheran Church (LCMS) is a Christ-centered church located in Pensacola Florida. Gathering together as a family of faith each week at Redeemer, we take the ancient expression of that faith found in Biblical based liturgical worship, and combine it with the robust teachings of God’s Word as drawn out in our Lutheran heritage. Gathered here in the name of our Redeemer, we look to God to give to us His incredible gifts of forgiveness, life, and salvation found in the person and work of Jesus Christ – crucified and risen!

If you currently do not have a church home, or if are searching for a new one, we invite you: to GATHER in Christ with us in worship to receive His gifts, to GROW in Christ with us throughout the week in Word and Spirit, and to GO in Christ with us each day, as we “Proclaim the Gospel to All Generations” in word and deed!

Weekly Services

For 2023 - we are continuing to have One Unified Sunday Service as we do in the summer. 

Please come on over and join us in worship!

Sunday Worship:  9:30 AM 
Sunday School:  8:15 AM  


This Week at Redeemer

A Mailing for Sunday 1/29 is being sent to Members & Friends. 

This mailing contains: Worship Propers (Scripture Readings, Hymns, Prayers) for Sunday worship at home this season;  A Sermon to read, and a weekly News Bulletin - with a prayer list, brief devotions, and info to stay connected.


See the worship bulletin for this Sunday.

[LSB = the "Lutheran Service Book" (2006);

TLH = "The Lutheran Hymnal" (1941) ~ both copyrights - cph.org ]

To order a new hymnal or other devotional material, call: 1-800-325-3040 ; or visit www.cph.org

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.