What Should I Expect?

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. 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 have note-taking worksheets and crayons available upon request and during the summer we have coloring tables lined with paper in the back of the sanctuary for kids to "take notes" with their illustrations during the sermon.  Our nursery is available for children three(ish) and under, where our friendly, qualified nursery volunteers will take excellent care of them!  It opens at 10:15am for children to be dropped off and remains open until the end of worship. During the school year, we also have a "Bible Story Time" for kids four(ish) thru 1st grade where the children are taught in interactive bible story lesson and returned to the sanctuary for the benediction.

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]. We are currently working through a series on 1 & 2 Samuel; however, this Sunday is our 2nd annual Missions Conference. Below are some useful links to our conference schedule, songs, Lenten devotional, and sermon series:

worship bulletin

blessed assurance

only a holy god

holy, holy, holy

he will hold me fast

oh lord my rock & my redeemer

sermon series

Lenten devotion