A Path Forward at Redeemer

Redeemer Family, Last night the Session met to navigate the way forward in the COVID-19 Pandemic. I want to tell you about two decisions: (1) Redeemer has suspended all official in-person activities until further notice. Though we won’t be meeting in person, let us remember that the cord that binds us together is unbroken. We…

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A Devotion from Ps 46

To my knowledge, this is the first time in the life of our church where the doors of the Redeemer have not been opened on a Sunday. We’ve postponed services or combined them due to inclement weather. But never, in our 15 years of being a church, have we canceled worship services on a Sunday…

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Initial Letter to the Congregation

Dear Redeemer family, We are aware of the attention being given to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Several universities in the United States have cancelled in-person classes for the foreseeable future. Some employers are encouraging employees to utilize virtual meeting technology. Some cities in our own country have restricted gatherings larger than 250 people. The NBA recently suspended…

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The Color of Compromise, by Jemar Tisby

Would you rather tinker or follow a pattern? There are two types of Lego users. Some want to follow a pattern to recreate the exact image on the Lego box. Others want to use their imagination to build whatever they desire. Same blocks, two different ways to approach them. This is a helpful analogy to…

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