Welcome to The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer -
A place where God is at work!
The Lutheran Church of The Redeemer is a Christian community of diverse people called and guided by the Holy Spirit to nurture with God's love those within and beyond our congregation.
Christmas Poinsettia Orders - We are taking orders for poinsettias until November 27. Plants are $10.25 and will have a bow. Order forms are located in the narthex. Please place your orders and payment in the basket provided.
Confirmation Luncheon – Following the 11:00 service on Sunday, October 30, there will be covered dish luncheon in the Family Life Center honoring our Confirmands. Congregational Care will be providing the meat. Please join us at the luncheon as we celebrate this special occasion with Grace Lindsay and Katerina Long.
2017 Giving Envelopes: In January of next year the number on your giving envelope will change. We are doing this to consolidate the number of envelopes ordered with the members that use them for their regular donations. The new envelopes will be available after Thanksgiving in the narthex of the church. Please pick them up at your convenience sometime before the first of the year. Please do not use the new envelopes before the first of the year. Likewise do not use your 2016 envelope after the first of the year. If you do, your donation likely will be credited to someone else’s account. If you do not find an envelope with your name on it, please let Donna know.
Annual Congregational Meeting—On Sunday, November 6 there will be one service at 10am. After this service we will hold and conduct our Annual Congregational Meeting. We will go over and vote for the budget for 2016 and we will vote on new council members. We are pleased to announce the following six people who have graciously accepted the call (should they be voted) to serve on Church Council: Kelly Bannister, Ben Bowers, John Hammond, Donna Franklin, B. L. Brown, Ernie Shealy.
Augsburg Fortress is excited to announce its first mobile app, featuring Luther's Small Catechism. Perfect for youth education and confirmation classes, individuals, adults, congregations, church leaders-anyone who wants easy access to Martin Luther's guide to the basics of Christian faith
A New Road 34 offers a weekend of support for women and men who have been widowed within the last five years. Participants attending will:
• receive support as they hear the stories of team members who are farther along on the grief journey.
• replenish emotional energies through devotional periods and opportunities for spiritual growth.
• receive informative grief coping skills and legal guidance from professional presenters.
A New Road 34 will be held at Camp Kinard. Registration will begin at 4:30 on October 7, with dinner at 6:00. The seminar will conclude on Sunday, October 9 with lunch at 12:30. Come and join others who are walking A New Road.
The South Carolina Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church and assisted in funding by friends and participants of A New Road Seminars
For more information and registration information please visit the website.
If you are interested and willing to be a greeter prior to the 11:00am worship service, please sign up on the bulletin board in the narthex.