Welcome

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Welcome to Church of the Redeemer. Join with us to live and deepen your commitment to Jesus Christ.

Community life at Redeemer centers on worship in the Episcopal traditionArt and music vitally deepen this worship. Our faith expresses itself with service to people, locally to internationally.

Church of the Redeemer is at 6211 182nd Street in Kenmore, Washington. The campus is a short distance north of Bothell Way, near the Burke-Gilman Trail. Turn at the Episcopal Church shield sign, and go down the hill. The entrance looks like a gravel driveway. The campus is larger on the inside than it is on the outside.

On Sundays, join us for Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am (simple, no music, historic language) or 10:30 am (music, contemporary language). There is childcare and church school for children at the 10:30 am service.

On Tuesdays, join us for Holy Eucharist (most Tuesdays) or a labyrinth walk (3rd Tuesdays) at 7:00 pm.

In praise of Mary: A festival of lessons of carols starts at 7:00 pm on Sunday, December 4, 2016. Join with us to hear in word and song about the life of Jesus Christ through the eyes of Mary, from the Annunciation to the Resurrection. Read more.

There is a list of upcoming parish events in the right column on all pages in this website. You are welcome to join us in parish events. (There are some private on-campus events, such as exercise classes. Check with the host before attending.)

The Episcopal Church welcomes you.

Are you coming to Redeemer from Snohomish County on Locust Way? Read about the closing of the bridge over Swamp Creek so it can be replaced. This bridge is south of 228th Street.

 

Thanksgiving Day Sermon, November 2016Read the sermon by the Rev. Jed Fox that he preached on Thanksgiving Day, 2016.

If you wish to make a donation to support the Water Protectors, as described in the sermon, consider one or more of the following:

The proper name for the people commonly known as the Sioux is Oceti Sakowin (Och-et-ee shak-oh-win), meaning Seven Council Fires. Each of these Council Fires was made up of individual bands, based on kinship, dialect, and geographic proximity. Read more about the meaning of Oceti Sakowin.


Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: “This is the Jesus Movement, and we are The Episcopal Church, the Episcopal branch of Jesus’ movement in this world.” Read more, including a transcription of what he said in the video.

 

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