Welcome to Church of the Redeemer: Worshiping God, living in community, and reaching out to the world. We are an Episcopal Church serving north King County and south Snohomish County, Washington. As you travel your road, go with friends walking the way of Jesus at Redeemer.
Church of the Redeemer is at 6210 Northeast 181st Street in Kenmore, Washington. We are a short distance north of Bothell Way, near the Burke-Gilman Trail. The entrance looks like a gravel driveway. The campus is larger on the inside than it is on the outside. And we managed to hide a large building on the side of a hill that is not easily seen from the street.
All are welcome at Redeemer
- All races
- All religions
- All countries of origin
- All sexual orientations
- All genders
The Episcopal Church welcomes you.
Join us for worship services at Redeemer
Attend in-person worship services this Sunday at 8:00 am or 10:30 am .
- The 8:00 am service is without music.
- The 10:30 am service has music.
The 10:30 am Sunday service is livestreamed on this page, below.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has declared an end to the public health emergency for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) on May 11, 2023.
With the end of the emergency, Church of the Redeemer has changed our masking policy. You are no longer required to wear a mask at any service.
We continue to provide masks in the narthex (main floor entry hall) for those who choose to continue to mask and need a mask.
- Presiding Bishop receiving medical monitoring and treatmentOver Memorial Day weekend, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry was admitted to the hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he underwent testing for internal bleeding and a heart condition. Read More …
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- The bulletin insert for May 28, 2023There are so many voices in the world, telling us who we are, what we should do, and how we will be fulfilled. They tell us to focus on our desires, on our cravings, on being the best individual we can be. The world, we are told, revolves around each of us. Read More …
- The bulletin insert for May 21, 2023Next Sunday, May 28, we mark Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit among the apostles and followers of Jesus. Celebrated 50 days after Easter (including the day of Easter itself), the name of the holiday comes from the Greek Pentēkostē, which literally means “the 50th day.” Read More …
- Presiding Bishop call for nominationsThe committee tasked with producing a slate of candidates for The Episcopal Church’s next presiding bishop issued a call for nominations on May 15, 2023. Read More …
What is The Church?
When we talk about the church, we don’t mean the structure, or the land or the altar or anything like that.
When we say the church, we mean the people. The church is the community of the New Covenant. It is made real in the gathering of people who are welcomed into relationship with God and with each other. We believe that we are joined not just with the people that we can see, but with people in relationship with God throughout space and time.
In this community, we are not perfect. Instead, at its best, each of our flaws and foibles is held for us by the community so that we can move into closer relationship with God, who is always holding out welcoming arms. We hope that you might join us to experience what this means more fully.