Posts from January 2021

Posts from January 2021

“Sanctity of Life” Sunday and Upcoming Events

Dear Redeemer Family,Given that Bill was in a doctoral class last week and could definitely use today’s holiday time, he asked me to let you in on a few things for this week. As many of you know, yesterday was “Sanctity of Life” Sunday, and Jeanne gave an excellent sermon that you can listen tohere. Also, we watched a portion of this clip from First Coast Women’s services, one of our ministry partners, and invite you to view it in…

Feast of the Confession of Saint Peter

Feast of the Confession of Saint Peter “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God!” These words are the words that St Peter cried out to Jesus. Jesus accepted this confession and replied, “On this Rock I will build my Church.”Wednesday, we will be gathering for our Noonday Eucharist and celebrating the Feast of the Confession of Saint Peter, remembering and giving thanks for that foundational moment in the life of the Church. Join us Wednesday, January 20…

Wednesday Night Programming and Upcoming Events (rector’s Letter for 1/11)

Greetings!Our rector Bill is busy with one of his doctoral courses this week soI’m filling in for him. Join me in praying for him.It has been a week of disturbing events in our nation. We know that no matter what happens, the Lord is still on his throne. Bill’s sermon yesterday was excellent application on thinking Christianly in these anxious times. I encourage you to take the time to listen if you missed it, or perhaps re-listen to it here.RSM…

Recognizing and Overcoming Shame: A Saturday Morning Zoom Seminar with Dr. Curt Thompson, M.D. Author of “The Soul of Shame”

Recognizing and Overcoming Shame: A Saturday Morning Zoom Seminar with Dr. Curt Thompson, M.D. Author of “The Soul of Shame” Join us on February 13th, 2021 from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. for “Recognizing and Overcoming Shame: A Saturday Morning Zoom Seminar with Dr. Curt Thompson, M.D.”. This seminar is meant to be an in depth look at an important challenge in recovery. This seminar costs $25 and is limited to men 18 years of age and up. You can register online…

Grace Anglican’s School Of Prayer

Grace Anglican’s School Of Prayer Join us from February 4th-April 29th, 2021 for Grace Anglican’s School Of Prayer! It’s from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursdays.This class is for anyone who wants to learn more aboutprayer and walk closer with Jesus. It is hosted via Zoom, and costs $35 for workbooks and other resources. We will be learning about: What Jesus did & why? How to pray for family & friends Some Topics include: Understanding the Biblical Foundation of Healing, Healing Our…

Sanctity of Human Life Hour of Prayer

First Coast Women’s Services of Mandarin invites you and your prayer warriors to join us for our Sanctity of Human Life Hour of Prayer. It will be held on Wednesday, January 13th, 2021, from 8:00-9:00 a.m. at the Christian Family Chapel, 10365 Old Saint Augustine Road, Jacksonville, FL, 32257. A Chick-Fil-A to-go breakfast will be provided. For more information or to RSVP, please go to www.friendsoffirstcoast.org.

The Feast of the Epiphany

There are seven “principal” feasts in our church calendar: Easter, Ascension, Pentecost, Trinity, Christmas, All Saints, and the Epiphany. This Wednesday, January 6, Church of the Redeemer will be celebrating the Feast of the Epiphany during a Noonday Eucharist. The “Epiphany” (or “Appearing”) celebrates the fact that the Gospel is the announcement that God’s salvation extends out into the whole world, to all nations and peoples.Join us this Wednesday, January 6th, at 12:00 p.m. as we enter into this new season…

New 8AM Sunday Service, Zoom Missions Update from Mike Miller, and Stewardship (Rector’s Letter for 1/04)

Dear Redeemer Family,  2020 is now finally behind us. While there were many challenges, there were also many things to celebrate. As a result of the challenges of last year, I saw two significant blessings at Redeemer: more members are now connected through our on-line small groups; and home-bound members are now able to attend worship virtually. These are just two of the many works that the Lord did in our midst last year, and I give him all the praise and…