Christian Education at Redeemer

Adult Forum - 9:00 am (as announced- see home page calendar at the bottom of the page
Class for adults that meets before the service in the parish hall on a variety of topics including; Scripture (bible study, thematic study, Old and New Testament), Theology (the study of God),  Christian Spirituality, Christian History, and loving response to Contemporary Issues. 

Sunday School - (in process of reorganizing
Sunday School at Redeemer starts when parents think their children are ready for group instruction. Our guiding philosophy in engaging kid's ministry is that it be story-based, developmentally aware, and mindful of kid's emotional, relational, and spiritual needs, all while sparking curiosity as we teach the living ancient faith anew! 

Fall 2023 Launch- Sunday School starts  at 9:45 before the 10:00 am service
School-aged kids welcome! 
We are thrilled to be using StoryMakers for our curriculum this year! 

Youth Ministry (4th Sunday of the Month
On the fourth Sunday of the month, the service is led by the children and youth of Redeemer who act as ushers, lay readers, intercessors, and chalice bearers. A scripture reading is frequently acted out as a puppet play during the service. Our Youth also participate in various acts of service in the community. 

Current Series: 
Episcopal 101

Starting October 1st we will be gathering before worship @ 8:40 to explore our traditions heritage and foundations. 

Click the yellow button below to explore our Episcopal 101 Learning Hub 

Learning Hub

Learning Resources 

We make use of many online (and free!) resources for deeper engagement in our discipleship and spiritual growth. Here are a few we recommend. 

Bible Project

Free Bible videos, podcasts, blogs, classes, and educational Bible resources to help make the biblical story accessible to everyone everywhere


Christian website devoted to “connecting the Christian faith with the realities of everyday life” by graciously exploring topics like Pop culture, parenting, TV shows and the silliness of ordinary life in grace. 


Daily 10 min podcast that uses imagination, music and reflection on a passage of scripture to help center our daily practice of prayer. Includes a weekly Saturday Examen


We spark curiosity, hope, and faith by drawing individuals into God's redemptive narrative in the stories of the Bible. We focus on facilitating the formation experience for churches and families as we seek to deepen the Christian faith of children and grown-ups alike.

“Come, let us sing to the Lord.” So begins Psalm 95, the traditional invitatory psalm of the Anglican service of Morning Prayer—known from its Latin incipit as “The Venite.” is one convenient way to pray; nothing more, and nothing less.  It's an elegant and flexible way to structure your life of prayer rooted in the Episcopal prayer tradition. 


The Society of St. John the Evangelist is community of men giving their whole selves over to living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Rooted in the ancient monastic traditions of prayer and community life, and critically engaged with contemporary culture, they seek to know and share an authentic experience of God’s love and mercy. The Brothers live a common life shaped by worship, prayer, and our Rule of Life.

Their website has reflections and resources for prayer, reflection and learning. 

You can subscribe to their "daily word" email here