Events

Events

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…

Family Discipleship Training Program

Family Discipleship Training Program As Christian parents, we desire to see our children grow up to be men and women of God who will pass the faith on to the next generation. However, many of us feel unequipped to share our faith with our children.The Family Discipleship training program is designed to help you turn your home into fertile soil for planting seeds of faith. Christopher Klukas, the Rector of Good Samaritan Anglican Church in Middleburg, FL, is a doctoral…

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. 

Racial Reconciliation Discussion Group

Racial Reconciliation Discussion Group Join us for an open discussion on racial reconciliation on Monday nights at 8pm on Zoom starting March 15. We will be working our way through Be the Bridge by Latasha Morrison, and using the end of chapter questions as a guide for group discussions. If you have any questions please contact Andrea McCullough at 904.302.3960, or andirose84@hotmail.com.

Ash Wednesday Services

Ash Wednesday Services Join us as we begin the observation of a holy Lent. Ash Wednesday services will be at 7am, Noon, and 7pm at the church or streaming on Facebook Live. If you are not able to come in person, you may pick up ashes and liturgy at the church Tuesday or Wednesday morning from 9a-12pm. You can also download the liturgy here or use your Prayer Book starting on pg. 543. Please note: we will not impose ashes during the services, but will each…

Preparing for Ash Wednesday

Preparing for Ash Wednesday The season of Lent is fast approaching, with Ash Wednesday occurring on February 17. Redeemer will have three services at 7AM, Noon, and 7PM, and you will be able to participate either online or in-person. Please note: we will not impose ashes during the services, but will each mark the sign of the cross on our foreheads in unison as we declare: “remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” After each service, those…

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…

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…

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.
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