The Congregation at Prayer is here.
This is going to be a busy Sunday at Redeemer. Both the 8:00 and 10:30 services will be livestreamed. The 10:30 service will include the ordination of our former field worker, Mark Kranz. The services will have different sermons, so it’s worth watching both! Here are the bulletins for 8:00 and 10:30.
Between the services we will have Bible Class and Sunday School. Everyone should gather at 9:15 in the Nave. Here is a link for the Congregation at Prayer.
After the 10:30 service we will be having a church picnic. The menu is hot dogs, chips, veggies & dip, watermelon, cake, and cookies. We are going to set up some tables outside as well as a couple of small tents. You might want to bring chairs or blankets for sitting outside. There will be some tables set up in the undercroft and cafeteria, also, allowing space for distancing. There will be some cornhole boards and if you want to bring other outdoor games feel free to do so. We are trying to keep the day simple, but there will be some clean up help needed afterward!
Here is the bulletin.
Here is the congregation at prayer.
The schedule for next week will, tentatively, be back to our normal 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. service times. There will still be a signup. Watch for more information.
Tonight at 7:00 p.m. the Divine Service celebrating the Ascension of Our Lord will be livestreamed. The bulletin is available here.
The SignUp Genius is up for this weekend. You will see that the number of spots has increased. We believe this still allows for distancing. The 8:00 a.m. service is the same size as the others, but an as-yet-to-be-determined number of those seats are being held for choir members and their families, so there may be more seats available in that service later.
There is a smaller service available on Saturday at 10:30. It will be held in the church.
We will be continuing the precautions that are in place, including the removal of the hymnals from the pews. If you prefer using a hymnal to singing from copies, you are welcome to bring your hymnal from home. This would also cut down on the number of copies being made.