This Sunday we welcome back Rev. Mark Schaarschmidt. He is the Director of Pastoral care at the Mid-Hudson Forensic Psychiatric Center in New Hampton, NY. He also serves as Group Chaplain at the Otis Joint Base in Cape Cod, MA. He and his wife Eileen make their home is in Woodbury, CT.
|SUMMER WORSHIP SCHEDULE|
Beginning July 1, 2018, please join us for One Divine Service at 9:15 am followed by Adult Bible Class (ABC) and Summer Sunday School at 10:30 am. No Wednesday Worship service is scheduled.
|FAMILY FUN DAY|
on Sunday, August 12th Our Redeemer is planning a day full of fun for the whole family! Plan to stay after service and join us for Sunday School! Right after, we will get the party started. There will be hot dogs & hamburgers, and a sign up for side dishes & desserts. We plan on having a craft, bounce house, some water play areas, lawn games and more! See you there!
|SUMMER SUNDAY SCHOOL |
Preschool through 5th grade explore "Delivered, God's Gifts of Grace" through September 2nd at 10:30 am in Martin Hall. A teacher and an assistant are needed each week. Please call the church office with inquiries. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
|ARTS & CRAFTS|
If you have any old, unwanted or broken jewelry or watches please bring these items in to church to donate to the Arts & Crafts group. These items are being collected for a Christmas bazaar project. Collection basket in Narthex.
|COLON CANCER AWARENESS 5K|
In Memory of Keith Raymond, please join “Keith’s Walking Warriors” on Sunday, August 5, 2018 at the RI Colon Cancer Alliance’s 10th Colon Cancer Awareness 5K walk/run at City Park in Warwick, RI. Please consider joining us on this very special day to remember a wonderful loving husband, father and friend who was taken from us much too soon. In-person registration begins at 9am and the walk/run starts promptly at 10am.
Registration & Info
The 2018 Flower Chart is open for requests! Please write your name on the requested date, along with the intention name or occasion. Cost is $40 total for the two altar bouquets and donors are welcome to bring their flowers home.