All sinners in need of a Savior, including children, are welcome at our services. A nursery attendant is available during our Sunday services for children 9 mos – 4 years. Please ask our Greeters or Ushers for assistance.
What’s a service like?
Worship services follow traditional liturgical Divine Services, while sometimes including hymns and other elements composed or arranged more recently. The Divine Service is God coming to us with His gifts of forgiveness, life, and salvation. The action is always from God to us. He speaks, and we listen. He gives, and we receive.
What is the liturgy?
The liturgy provides the form and shape of the worship service. The liturgy has been developed over centuries from every time and place. The text comes from the Bible directly or from the church’s age–long treasury of prayers and poetry.
What’s the music like?
Hymns are most often from the Lutheran Service Book supported by the organ and, from time-to-time, other instruments. Hymns are biblical teaching put into a poetic form and then set to music. The hymnal is not the work of one person, one denomination, one culture, or one generation. Our hymns not only reflect the great Lutheran tradition, but they also come from ancient Hebrew, Greek, Latin, European, African, North American, and African–American sources, as well as some more recent additions to the hymnody of the church.
How do people dress?
God cares most about the condition of your heart. Whether you like “Sunday best” or a more casual approach, you’re welcome to receive God’s gifts.
What about my kids?
Bring them! Children attend Sunday School and participate with their parents in the Divine Service.
Can I take communion?
If you do not know or hold to the doctrinal commitment of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod please attend the Adult Instruction Class for membership before communing at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.
Where do I park?
We have designated visitor and senior parking close to the main entrance, and ample open parking. Handicap accessible parking is also clearly marked and is available for those with the required handicap placards.