Church of the Redeemer UMC
We celebrate God’s grace and love for all people and strive to follow Jesus’ teachings. You will find love and affirmation here, exactly as you are –
All In-Person Events Canceled Through April 3
Online Adult Sunday School: 9:00 AM
Online Morning Worship: 10:30 AM
For information on online worship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The first community meeting to discuss Robin DiAngelo's book White Fragility brought over 30 community members to our church to discuss racism and white fragility. The book discussion will meet again on Feb. 19 at 7 pm to discuss Chapters 3-4. Please email Joyce...
Come celebrate the struggle with us on Sunday, February 2nd at 10:30 AM. Church of the Redeemer UMC will hold our annual Reconciling Worship Service to celebrate and re-affirm our status as a reconciling congregation, with special music and stories about the historic...
If you chose a child for our Holiday Angels program, please make sure your wrapped, tagged gifts are at the church by Sunday, December 8 so we can deliver them. If you chose a child and are having difficulty, please contact Joyce Roper ASAP at email@example.com.
Please return all poinsettia order forms with payment to the church office no later than Sunday, December 8 so we can order in time for Christmas Eve delivery! Extra forms can be found outside the church office.
Wednesdays at 10 am: Priorities Beginning January 8, 2020 The Wednesday morning Bible study group will resume in 2020 with our winter study, Exploring Justice: Priorities, the first volume of a new series from the Massachusetts Bible Society. From Massachusetts Bible...
Greetings from Pastor Shannon
If you are seeking a faith community where you may see and be seen by the holy and where you can ask questions of God surrounded by the love and support of a diverse family, come and worship with us at Church of the Redeemer. We affirm and celebrate every child of God as they are created: LGBTQIA+ and straight; young and old; Black and brown and white; from every racial and ethnic background; at any and every step of your spiritual journey. At COR, may you hear the strains of your own symphony and share it with others. Together, we will honor the image of God within each of us, and focus our gaze outward to participate in the movement of the holy in our community and the world. Bring your questions, your doubts, and all of the baggage that the world has placed on you. There’s enough overhead storage for us all.
Our mission is even more critical now, as we relearn how to be community while we are physically separated. I encourage you all to follow guidelines for health and safety – wash your hands, limit in-person gatherings, take additional precautions if you are at high risk of infection. But do not become isolated – instead, call and write to your loved ones. Have video chats! Find us on Facebook and worship from the comfort of your home. This is uncharted territory for many of us, but we are children of the God who leads us through the wilderness and continues to reveal blessings in the valley. I am praying for each of you and look forward to being together in person again soon.
Through Christ and through the Spirit,
2420 South Taylor Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118