What do I wear?
Our church doesn’t have a dress code. We have people who wear sport coats, ties, shorts, jeans, and t-shirts! You are welcome to come dressed comfortably.
What about my kids?
At Redeemer we LOVE kids! We also think kids seeing and interacting with their parents in worship is a powerful and helpful thing. So, in order to encourage families to sit and worship together, children are kept in the service until after worship songs are over and the offering is collected. After the children have had the opportunity to participate in the offering, 4-year-olds thru 2nd grade may go to catechism training. If so desired, all children are welcome to remain in the sanctuary. If you are a parent and are worried your child will be a distraction DON’T BE! Loud “whispering”, occasional whining, and fidgeting are all things that do not bother us at Redeemer. We do have tables available in the back for families with young children, with paper and crayons for busy little hands. Our nursery is available for children three and under, where our friendly, qualified nursery volunteers will take excellent care of them! It opens at 9:00am for children to be dropped off by parents attending Sunday school and remains open until the end of worship.
What’s the music like?
Redeemer’s vision is to encourage and reflect diversity in our worship styles. You will hear many genres of music that are biblically sound, joyful, and worshiping Jesus.
What’s the preaching like?
We believe in preaching the Bible and applying the gospel to all of life. The Bible is God’s story of grace to sinners and his redeeming of all things in Jesus! We practice Biblical exegesis and typically work through a book of the Bible while occasionally practicing topical preaching [i.e. Advent and Summer]. For Fall 2018, we have resumed our study in the book of Romans [chapters 11-16]. For a sample bulletin, click here.