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SUNDAY, 9am

Palm Sunday marks the end of our Lenten journey, and the beginning of Holy Week. Join us at 9am, Sunday, as we gather together for Palm Sunday worship, and throughout the week for this virtual vigil as we prepare for the Resurrection.

To ensure the health and well-being of all of our parishioners, family, friends, and community, we'll be gathering virtually together for Worship and a time of fellowship.

Our Holy Week and Easter Worship Opportunities

  • Monday – Wednesday: Prayer as Day Begins, 7:00-7:10am via Zoom
  • Thursday: Maundy Thursday Worship, 7pm via Zoom
  • Friday: Good Friday, 12:00pm & 7pm via Zoom
  • Saturday: The Great Easter Vigil, 7:30-8:30pm via Zoom
  • Easter Sunday
    • Redeemer Easter Blessing/Virtual Coffee Hour, 9:30am via Zoom
    • Virtual Worship with our Metropolitan New York Synod – 10am (Facebook Watch Gathering)

Joining our online worship is easy! On the day and time of each worship opportunity, click the "Join Worship" button below.

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If you already have the Zoom application installed on your computer or smartphone, startup the Zoom app and enter the meeting ID: 339 381 0725.

Using the Zoom application is the preferred method to connect. You can download the Zoom application by clicking this link https://zoom.us/download.

NOTE: If you plan to use the Zoom application, please install this prior to joining for worship.

Don't have a computer? No worries, you can still join by phone. Simply dial: (646) 558-8656

When prompted, enter the meeting ID: 3393810725#

Looking forward to seeing and connecting with everyone as we share time together in worship.

As always, if you'd like to have prayers read during the intercessory prayer time, email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than 15 minutes before service. Alternatively, please share your prayers via the chat function in Zoom


Enjoyed Worship?

If you’ve enjoyed worshiping with us, please consider making a donation as your offering will continue to support Christ’s work through Redeemer

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Due to public health guidelines, which prohibit in-person gatherings, our Sunday worship will be held online. Joining online worship is easy!  Just before worship starts, click the "Join Worship" button below!

NOTE: If you plan to use the Zoom application, please install this prior to joining for Sunday worship. Don't have a computer? No worries, you can still join by phone. Simply dial: (646) 558-8656 When prompted, enter the meeting ID: 3393810725#

Worship is at the heart of all that we do and all of who we are as Christians; chiefly an opportunity to praise and give glory to God in Christ, yet also a time when we are fed and nourished by the Word and Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion, nourished by the presence of God found in Community as we pray and sing, laugh, cry and learn.

Joyously intergenerational, we worship in a format and style rooted in history and tradition, yet open to innovation and the experimentation necessary to carry the Gospel to the world. Within a continuity of worship structure we employ organ, piano, guitar, bass, and drums; a more traditional choir and the Redeemer Jam Band, time indoors and out, and an integrated Sunday Morning Youth Ministry.

"For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.”
Matthew 18:20

Enjoyed Worship?

If you’ve enjoyed worshiping with us, please consider making a donation as your offering will continue to support Christ’s work through Redeemer

Giving is easy and quick using our secure and easy to use form. Click the "Donate Now"

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"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 Father, Prince of Peace." -- Isaiah 9:6

We welcome you this Advent & Christmas season to join us as we gather to celebrate and honor the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

We have a number of different fellowship & worship opportunities:

6th Annual Christmastime Benefit Concert - December 13th, 7pm

4th Sunday of Advent Worship - December 22nd, 9am

Brunch & Greening of the Church - December 22nd, 10:15am

Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship - December 24th, 7pm

Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship - December 24th, 11pm

Christmas Day Worship - December 25th, 10:30am

 

 


Prayers & Inspiration

We offer these short recorded video messages of prayers and inspiration so that you may be filled with God's hope, joy, and peace.

"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit."
Romans 15:13

Today's Bible Passage

  • Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32

    ​Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

    1The word of the LORD came to me: 2What do you mean by repeating this proverb concerning the land of Israel, "The parents have eaten sour grapes, and the children's teeth are set on edge"? 3As I live, says the Lord GOD, this proverb shall no more be used by you in Israel. 4Know that all lives are mine; the life of the parent as well as the life of the child is mine: it is only the person who sins that shall die.

    25Yet you say, "The way of the LORD is unfair." Hear now, O house of Israel: Is my way unfair? Is it not your ways that are unfair? 26When the righteous turn away from their righteousness and commit iniquity, they shall die for it; for the iniquity that they have committed they shall die. 27Again, when the wicked turn away from the wickedness they have committed and do what is lawful and right, they shall save their life. 28Because they considered and turned away from all the transgressions that they had committed, they shall surely live; they shall not die. 29Yet the house of Israel says, "The way of the LORD is unfair." O house of Israel, are my ways unfair? Is it not your ways that are unfair?

    30Therefore I will judge you, O house of Israel, all of you according to your ways, says the Lord GOD. Repent and turn from all your transgressions; otherwise iniquity will be your ruin. 31Cast away from you all the transgressions that you have committed against me, and get yourselves a new heart and a new spirit! Why will you die, O house of Israel? 32For I have no pleasure in the death of anyone, says the Lord GOD. Turn, then, and live.

Be a part of God's saving story

For Lutherans, worship matters. In fact, worship lies at the heart of how we understand ourselves together. While some of the approaches to worship may differ from one congregation to another, we hold certain things in common.

There is a basic pattern for worship among Lutherans. We gather. We encounter God’s Word. We share a meal at the Lord’s table. And we are sent into the world. But we do not think about worship so much in terms of what we do. Worship is fundamentally about what God is doing and our response to God’s action. Worship is an encounter with God, who saves us through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Think about it like this. God’s Spirit calls us together. God speaks to us through readings from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, through preaching, prayer, and song. God feeds and nourishes us in a saving way. And God blesses us and sends us in mission to the world.

Taken together, the Word proclaimed and the sacraments-- both Holy Baptism and Holy Communion -- are called the means of grace. We believe that Jesus Christ is present in these means through the power of the Holy Spirit. Sometimes we describe worship as a “gathering around the means of grace.” This is a way of saying that we trust that God is genuinely present with us in baptism, in preaching, and in sharing the bread and wine of Holy Communion. In that sense, Lutherans believe that God’s presence permeates all of Christian worship.

The cross is the central symbol that marks our worship spaces and when Lutherans worship, singing fills the air. The voices of all the people joined in song and the participation of all the people in the worship is a witness to our conviction that in worship we are being drawn in to God’s own saving story.

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