We are increasingly involved in our neighborhood, and that may be how you connect to our community. Here are just a few possibilities:
- We have a gorup that serves every month at Bread and Roses in Lawrence.
- Some of us volunteer every week at our ESL/Citizenship classes for Spanish-native speakers
- We are a partner with Merrimack Valley Project, a community organizing and social justice group comprised of churches and unions across our community.
- Some of us serve our church by being on the altar guild, or caring for the building.
One of the best places to connect at Redeemer is our choir, who has a long-standing tradition of excellence even in a small church like ours!
You are welcome to come at 9a on Sundays, to practice and sing with our choir!
If you have any questions, feel free to email our music director, Kay.
We are in the process of forming new small groups to serve our community. As part of our process as a redevelopment congregation, we are reevaluating what has been effective for discipleship and strengthening faith.
Once a month, we have intergenerational faith formation. We moved to this format because of our size, and because of the conviction that traditional Sunday School is harmful to the faith lives of kids. We want them in worship with us, and we want them to get learn and get to know adults other than their parents!
We are currently forming a leadership small group, and will have adult faith formation again soon.
We are a community that thrives on permission.
What this means is that if you want to do something, and you don’t see it here, then you should create it.
It works like this:
“Hey, Pastor, I’d like to start this…"
“Great, how can I help!?"
That’s all it takes. Seriously.