In worship, we:
- preach the gospel
- praise God in psalms and hymns
- serve God in prayer
- observe the Lord’s Supper
Most of the things we do in worship we do because God has commanded us to do them. We are guided by scriptural principles in all aspects of worship.
Our worship music at Redeemer is historically informed yet culturally relevant.
We embrace the richness of our past with complete reverence, while combining it with modern music reflecting the broad styles of today’s culture. We use the best of classical hymns, contemporary praise songs, and psalms.
Every other Sunday the Lord’s Supper is part of our worship, and on the intervening Sunday the congregation shares stories of the Lord’s work in their lives.
For Communion, the minister issues the invitation to the table and elders serve Communion to the congregation as they come forward.
Prayer has the highest value at Redeemer.
We recognize the inherent value of prayer to discern God’s leadership and plan for the ministries of Redeemer. We rely on prayer to engage God in every aspect of our ministry so that He transforms us as we work and serve Him.
Every Sunday our liturgy is conducted by lay people in the church (both men and women) who lead the congregation through prayer, confession, and absolution.
Redeemer has a worship service every Sunday morning in our main sanctuary at 10:30am where we worship God using liturgy, sermons, and music.
For a more formal presentation of our philosophy of Corporate Worship at Church of the Redeemer, click on the document below.
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