Posts by Scott Schultz

Posts by Scott Schultz

Feast of the Annunciation

Feast of the Annunciation The Word was made flesh from the body of the Virgin Mary. When the angel Gabriel announced that this was to be so, events were being set in motion that would shape the history of the entire world.This Wednesday we will gather together to celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation in eucharistic remembrance of that day. Join us Wednesday at 12:00 at Church of the Redeemer or on Facebook Live as we give thanks for this…

Feast of Saint Joseph

Feast of Saint Joseph Saint Joseph was the husband of Mary, the Mother of Jesus. He was the guardian of both.This Wednesday we will celebrate and give thanks for his holy life and work in the life and ministry of Christ. Join us Wednesday, March 17th, as we gather together for a Noonday Eucharist. 

Feast of Saint Matthias the Apostle

Feast of Saint Matthias the Apostle After Judas betrayed Jesus, another Apostle was necessary to replace one of the 12. That man was Saint Matthias the Apostle. We remember and celebrate the life and ministry of Saint Matthias at the “Feast of Saint Matthias the Apostle,” which we will be celebrating together at our Noonday Eucharist on Wednesday.Join us February 24, at 12:00 as we worship together and remember him as a faithful servant of our Lord.

On the Incarnation

On the Incarnation Whenever we say the Creed, we always say the words “true God from true God, begotten, not made, of one Being with the Father; through him all things were made.” Have you ever wondered why we say those words?One of the best ways to keep the Lenten season is by adding spiritual disciplines to your lives. One way we are helping you do that at Redeemer is by offering a 6-week theological reading group during that season. The…

The Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple

The Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple When Jesus was an infant, he was brought into the temple by his parents to be consecrated for the service he would bring to God and his people.We remember this at the “Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple” which we will be celebrating together at our Noonday Eucharist on Wednesday. Join us February 3, at 12:00 as we worship together and…

Feast of the Conversion of St Paul

Feast of the Conversion of St Paul The Apostle Paul remains to this day one of the most influential figures in Western history. As the author of roughly half of the New Testament, his teaching continues to be some of the most read, contemplated, debated, loved, and hated texts in our culture, aside from the texts of the Gospels themselves. One of the most remarkable things about him, though, is that he was originally an ardent persecutor of the Church.This…

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…

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…

Saint Simon and Saint Jude

Saint Simon and Saint Jude Did you know that there’s a holiday coming up? Wednesday, October 28 is a holiday in the Anglican Church year called, “Saint Simon and Saint Jude.” The Church has come to call these days “feast” days because, on these days, Christians come together to celebrate a feast in memory of Christ’s life and the lives of his Apostles. “Saint Simons and Saint Jude” is a day where we come together to eat the Eucharist and give…

Celebrate Holy Michael and All Angels With Us!

Did you know that there’s a holiday coming up? Tuesday, September 29 is a holiday in the Anglican Church year called, “Holy Michael and All Angels.” The Church has come to call these days “feast” days because, on these days, Christians come together to celebrate a feast in memory of Christ’s life and the lives of his Apostles. “Holy Michael and All Angels Day” is a day where we come together to eat the Eucharist and give thanks for the work…

Celebrate Saint Matthew’s Day With Us!

Did you know that there’s a holiday coming up? Monday, September 21 is a holiday in the Anglican Church year called, “Saint Matthew’s Day.” The Church has come to call these days “feast” days because, on these days, Christians come together to celebrate a feast in memory of Christ’s life and the lives of his Apostles. “St. Matthew’s Day” is a day where we come together to eat the Eucharist and give thanks for the gift of the evangelist Matthew, who loved…

Celebrate Holy Cross Day With Us!

Did you know that there’s a holiday coming up? Monday, September 14 is a holiday in the Anglican Church year called, “Holy Cross Day.” The Church has come to call these days “feast” days because, on these days, Christians come together to celebrate a feast in memory of Christ’s life and the lives of his Apostles. “Holy Cross Day” is a day where we come together to eat the Eucharist and remember the glory and beauty of Christ’s Holy Cross,…
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