On this website you will find information about our church and its ministries. Browse through the various areas to learn about our fellowship. If you are relocating to our area, we would like to have you as our guest for Sunday School and worship. When you visit our church you will find:
Susan Jackson will be on a Reformation Heritage Tour to Germany between Wednesday October 22 and November 1. She will be traveling with a group from St. Paul's Lutheran in Columbia. Help is needed in the office on:
Wednesday, October 22, Thursday October 23, Monday October 27, Tuesday October 28, Wednesday October 29, and Thursday October 30.
If available to help, please call the church office at 276-2003.
Children’s Sunday School will begin on September 14. Classes offered include:
K-3 (located across from choir room on lower level),
4th- 6th Grade (Upper Level of Educational Wing, to the right),
Confirmation to begin on September 28, and
Middle/High-school class (basement, for those previously confirmed).
A co-teacher is needed for the K-3 class and the toddler class can always use assistants. If you are interested, please contact Susan Jackson.
The Ramblers are roaming to Asheville on Thursday, September 25. We will visit the NC Farmer’s Market for apples and shop/take tours of Asheville. Sign-up by September 18. Cost: $10.00 for gas and whatever monies to be spent on purchases. A trolley tour is available of Asheville for $22 for AAA members/Seniors 60+, $24 for others.
Newberry College Scholarship Day will be on Sunday, September 28th. The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer helps to provide scholarships for any members who may attend Newberry College. Consider giving towards the Scholarship so that our students may have financial resources to help further their education.
Youth Lunch and Devotions will be held after 11am worship on Sunday, September 28 for 5th grade and up. Please sign-up by Thursday, September 25 by contacting Susan Jackson.
The Stewart Farms Pumpkin Maze trip will be held on Sunday, October 05 for Toddlers- 4th grade. Please contact Susan Jackson to sign-up by Sunday, September 28.
The Miriam Circle will meet on Monday, October 06 at 3pm in the Prayer and Care Card Class. Betty Jo Amick will be teaching us how to make flower decorations and wreaths. Please come join us.
White Oak Birthday Party: A birthday party for White Oak residents will be held on Tuesday, October 07. If able to help, please speak to Mandy Randall or Mary Sue Green.
Thrivent Financial invites you to join us for Parents, Kids, and Money Matters, on Tuesday, October 7, 7pm at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. This free 50 minute workshop, aimed at parents with kids age 6-10, will help families discuss the importance of having smart money habits. Help your children learn how to save and spend by using some great tools! To register, please contact Travis Goodman at email@example.com by Sunday, October 5.
A Called Congregational Meeting will take place on Sunday, October 19 for the purpose of voting on constitution changes following worship. There will be one worship service at 10am with Sunday School preceding at 9am. If you have questions or need clarification concerning the constitution, please speak with a council member.
Rambler News: State Fair trip is Wednesday, October 15. Please sign-up by October 12. Camp Kinard is offering their “Laugh, Learn, and Lunch” day on November 6. Come hear Christian Priesmeier, a 13th direct descendant of Martin Luther and Katherina Von Bora, discuss his family’s heritage. Sign-up by October 19 with Susan Jackson. Biltmore Trip (November 13)- in order to get a group rate of $42.80, please let Susan know of your interest by October 19 so that reservations can be made.
Senior High Fall Servant Event: Registration is open for the Synod’s Fall servant weekend for 9th-12th graders (and their adult leaders) set for Nov. 14-16 at the Coastal Retreat Center. The participants will be traveling on Saturday to Williamsburg County to spend the day with our friends at Hopewell Ministries. Looking forward to another Spirit-led time together learning to serve as Christ served and growing together! If interested, let Susan know by October 14.
Thrivent Builds with Habitat for Humanity is sponsoring several work days this fall! Help paint a house ... and see what a difference it makes in a neighborhood. Caulk a few windows ... and help lower a family’s energy bills. By volunteering with Thrivent Builds with Habitat for Humanity’s program, you will be renewing your community, renewing the lives of families in your community, and, because volunteering just feels good, you’ll feel renewed, too! Spaces are limited so sign up today at: http://bit.ly/Thrivent2014HabitatBuild. Participants must be 16 years of age or older. Shifts will be 9am- 12pm and 1pm- 4pm on the following Saturdays: September 13, 20, 27, October 4, 11, 18, 25, and November 1, 8, 15, 22.
Donations Needed: On Tuesday, July 8, JD, Dawn, Kaitlyn, and Kaley Stone suffered a house fire. They lost two pets in the fire along with their personal belongings. If anyone would like to make a monetary donation to help them through this time, please note it on your offering envelope. Other donations of clothing are being accepted. For specific sizes, please contact the church office. Plans are in the works for a fundraiser also. Please continue to pray for the Stone family during this time.
Greeter Sign-Ups are available on the bulletin board in the narthex. Greeters welcome worshippers prior to the 11am worship service. Please consider serving in this capacity!