WORSHIP AT REDEEMER
CELEBRATIONS, EUCHARIST, AND PRAYER
Our invitation to Holy Communion is found in the words of Jesus from the Gospel of Matthew: "Come to me all you who are weary and are carrying heavy burdens and I will give you rest."
Our worship is open to all. Some people dress up, some do not. Some have been coming to Church for years, other are still finding their way. Some stay for a lifetime, others pass through on their journey. We are bound together in worship by the ancient words in the Book of Common Prayer.
We are all on a journey - no one has all the answers. We come before God as thankers and seekers, sharers and prayers, as those who believe in mystery beyond ourselves and hope for love and justice for all human beings. We come to laugh, to cry, to be fed and to go into the world rejoicing.
Our worship is mostly traditional, and we do not apologize for that. Freeing our minds from constant invention allows our lips to soften, our hearts to open and our minds to embrace the beauty and wonder which we find at God's table.