Worship With Us
Welcome

We offer a variety of service times and styles to meet your busy schedule and musical tastes. Whether you are 20 or 70, single or married, a family with young children or grown children, we have something for everyone. We provide worship settings here at Divine Redeemer that are designed so that families have an opportunity to worship together. When you come inside, there are welcome centers at each of our service entrances, please feel free to stop by if you have any questions or would like additional information about our church. Or you are welcome to e-mail our administrative assistant Gail Arnold

Our pastoral team is friendly and genuinely interested in all of our members and guests. Please don't hesitate to introduce yourself to any or all of them when you arrive or after the service. 

We hope you will find your place here at Divine Redeemer - your place among a loving, spiritually engaged, and accepting family of God.

WORSHIP SERVICES  

Sunday Morning provides a traditional service in the sanctuary at 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM and contemporary service in the gym at 9:15 AM.

The Traditional Worship service in the Sanctuary uses a liturgical format with a variety of traditional and modern hymns. Holy communion is celebrated on the 1st, 3rd & 5th weekends of the month.

The Contemporary Worship service offers a contemporary liturgical form using a wide variety of popular Christian Music. Holy communion is celebrated on the 2nd and 4th weekends of the month.


Adult Bible Connection is from 9:15-10:15 AM on Sunday Mornings.

Kids Connection (Sunday School) and 7 Gr Confirmation Class are from 9:15-10:15 AM.

Youth Bible Study (grades 8-12) is held most Sundays at 10:25 AM in the Art Room.
(see the calendar for when these begin after summer break)

Sanctuary Main Stained Glass Window

IN-WORSHIP COMMUNION (Covid Procedures)

2nd Sunday of each month 

· 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM traditional worship 

4th Sunday of each month 

· 9:15 AM contemporary 

Procedure 

Communion is in prepackaged cups. Each cup contains juice and a wafer. The juice is covered by foil. The wafer sits on top of the foil covered by cellophane. Peel one layer at a time when directed to do so. We have gluten free for those that need it. 

Communion Cups are placed in the: 

· Fellowship Hall for traditional service 2nd Sunday of the month 

· Cafeteria for contemporary service 4th Sunday of the month 

Upon arrival for worship, elders will direct congregation to go to the Fellowship Hall or Cafeteria to pick up communion and then take it to their seat in the church or gym. 

Worshipers will wait for direction from the pastors as to what to do with it and when during communion time. Following worship congregants will hold onto their cups and take it with them when leaving worship. They can drop their used cups in the provided receptacles: 

· Traditional Worship: Narthex 

· Contemporary Worship: Gym and Cafeteria