Lent
Remember, thou art dust...
Lent
Remember,
thou art
dust...

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"SHARING CHRIST'S WELCOME"

We celebrate the rich diversity of God's creation and embrace all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities, ages, ability levels, faith journeys, and from all walks of life.

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Being With: Exploring Our Faith

Our Lenten Study begins on Weds, Feb. 21st, starting at 6pm and ending at 8pm. Please join in for delicious home made soup and salad while we explore our faith utilizing the "Being With" study guide.

The discussion and dinner culminates with our Holden Evening Prayer, a lovely and meditative setting of Evening Vesper worship.

Upcoming Events

Council Meeting
Date 02/18/2015 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Series Every 4 weeks on Wednesday until July 8, 2015
Project H.O.P.E. Food Dropoff
09/13/2020 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Monthly on the 2nd Sunday until November 8, 2020
Stewardship Meeting
07/20/2022 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Monthly on the 3rd Wednesday
Saturday AA Meeting
10/29/2022 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Weekly on Saturday until December 30, 2023

Advent

  • Christmas with Redeemer

    "For a child has been born for us, a son given to us; authority rests upon his shoulders; and he is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting

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  • God is a Whole Picture God

    There’s a story in this month’s Living Lutheran online and print magazine that tells about how Lim Forgey, the music minister at Christ Lutheran Church, Visalia, California, noticed children

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  • Preparing through Advent

    As we move through this season of Advent, this season of preparation for the Festival arrival of our Savior the Christ child, we Prepare to welcome Joy incarnate.

    But what does this

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  • Rise Up With Hope at the Ready

    Who, when things are at their worst, thinks to rise up and stand ready for all the good that is to come? To rise up with hope?

    Yet that is precisely what the writer of the gospel of Luke

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  • Our Calling

    I am thinking about how, some years ago, a group of us from Redeemer – organized by one of our confirmation youth – joined in an Anti-Racism event here in New Paltz; proclaiming that Black Lives

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  • Ancient Roots, New Beginnings

    The apostle Paul, writing to the fledgling Philippian Christian community from where he was in jail, sent these beautiful words that we heard this morning:

    Rejoice in the Lord
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  • A Pregnant Pause

    The four Sundays of Advent, Advent being our season of preparation for the arrival of the Messiah, Jesus, Immanuel; the four Sundays of Advent have taken us time traveling. In week one, to the

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  • Not Just Surface Cleaning

    The story goes like this: when I was about three years old, I was, apparently, not a very tidy little fellow. Toys and clothes, I am told, tended to be strewn about my room in no particular

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  • Getting Ready for Joy

    We shall “come to Zion with singing; everlasting joy shall be upon (our) heads; (we) shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away.”

    There shall be “everlasting

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  • Scrambled

    I love a good, simple scrambled egg. If one can get the balance of eggs and milk just right…and beat the eggs just enough before cooking… and then cook them thoroughly but not overcook them… and

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  • Identity Matters. Names Matter.

    When the angel appears to Joseph in a dream, the angel calls him by his name, “Joseph,” and also, “son of David.” The “son of David” portion of this naming reminds us – maybe Joseph, too - that

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