Redeemer's worship service is both very new and very old. We want to be new because we strive to be indigenous to our city in our style. At the same time, we want to be old to connect us to the rich fabric of the Church’s worship through the centuries. We structure our service after a common pattern used consistently by the Church from the earliest recorded times until now. We sing, offer prayers, confess our sin, hear from God's word, sometimes use ancient creeds, and celebrate the Lord's supper each week.

You will never not know what to do in our service as we make an effort to explain things as we go along. We provide an explanation of the different parts of our worship in the side notes of the order of service found in the bulletin. The songs and readings we use will also be projected at the front of the church, and you can follow along there. You can find a Spotify playlist of some of the songs we often sing here.

There is nursery provided for children ages 1-3 years old. Children ages 4 years old to 3rd grade are able to go to Children’s Church during the sermon.

If you're wondering what to wear, just come as you are. Most folks at Redeemer dress pretty casually.

Redeemer meets Sunday mornings at 10:30 am at 901 Charleston St. in the North Bottoms. Parking is available on the street.

It is in the process of being worshipped that God communicates His presence to men.
— C. S. Lewis