Helpful articles to help you through the week.

Adult Sunday School Classes (Fall 2022)

August 29, 2022

Meet the Pastor (starting September 11) Led by Pastor Tony Felich Room 42 in the Lower Level of the Sanctuary The first six weeks of the quarter, Pastor Tony introduces visitors and regular attendees to Redeemer, covering topics such as the history, leadership, theology, and ministries of Redeemer. When Sinners Say ‘I Do’ Led by […]

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Heroism gives hope

August 1, 2022

The Apostle Paul bids us to “look not only to your own interests, but also the interests of others” (Philippians 2:4). Furthermore, the Apostle John wrote, “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” (John 15:3). Of course, the Lord Jesus Christ is the ultimate example of […]

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Christians Should “Value Them Both”

July 7, 2022

Roe v. Wade was a controversial and tragic 1973 decision that created a previously unknown constitutional right to abortion in the United States. The Supreme Court ruled that a woman’s choice to have an abortion always outweighs the state’s concern for prenatal life up until the “point of fetal viability”, or the point when a […]

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A Brief Report on the 2022 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)

July 1, 2022

Redeemer sent four delegates to this year’s PCA General Assembly in Birmingham, Alabama- the birthplace of our denomination. Like so many other conservative churches and denominations, the PCA has been wrestling with the various pressures from secular culture against biblical Christian ethics and practices. The issues before the denomination this year worked to draw a […]

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Adult Sunday School Classes (Summer 2022)

May 30, 2022

All of Life to the Glory of God (DVD Series) Facilitated by a rotation of Elders Room 44 in the Lower Level of the Sanctuary Joyless. Severe. Fanatical. “Haunted by the fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.” That’s the Puritan reputation. But to what extent is that reputation deserved? Drawing on the latest research […]

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The Redeemer Sanctuary – a place with a purpose

May 1, 2022

Believe it or not, we are coming up on the fifteenth year of worship in our sanctuary. It is a great to time provide a refresher about the meaning behind our corporate worship space. Architecture communicates purpose and values. Just as Gene Veith notes in his writing about church architecture – “The Gospel can be […]

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In Community Together

April 1, 2022

I am unapologetic about a recurring theme in my writing, teaching, preaching, and conversation with church members, and anyone else who will listen. I have always advocated for as much face-to-face interaction with other believers as reasonably possible. The recent two-year Covid prompted disruption to the kind of personal fellowship we were used to verified […]

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