Redeemer consists of people in many phases of life, with a variety of views and experiences. Everyone comes from different walks of life, and each of us is on a quest to know and experience the good, the true and the beautiful. You do not have to live a certain way, believe a certain way or talk a certain way to fit in - some of us are fervently committed, some of us are cautiously curious, and others of us are somewhat skeptical. 

We believe that the gospel speaks to the whole person, whether religious or irreligious, and that it can transform any place, bringing the healing and restoration of Christ's kingdom. The city in

which we live is filled with people in all their brokenness, fallenness, and messiness. We believe that as Christians, we are to help

renew and transform human lives by spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.


We live in a world where so much is fractured - nations, communities, relationships, our very lives - and we long for reconciliation and wholeness. The root of various fractures is the fracture we've experienced with God. The message of the gospel is the Christ has done what is necessary to bring us back into relationship with God. The good news is that Christ hasn't given us a philosophy or list of rules to follow, but that he has given us himself. Our longing is to see people come to know their Creator through an understanding and embracing of the gospel.


To that end, we challnege ourselves to be a church that contextualizes truth to people that are asking the big questions - in turn helping them to wrestle with the remarkable claims of Christ. Only by the grace of the gospel are people transformed from skeptics into believers, and from believers to those who are so transformed that they become those who bring hope and healing to this broken world.

Because we believe the gospel to be transformation, we will keep it at the center of everything we do. We won't get bogged down in the latest ministry fad, political agenda, or any other seemingly important minutiae. Ultimately, our hope is not in ourselves nor in our abilities but in the goodness and grace of God.

"Our problem is not that we desire happiness. No, our problem is that we continue to foolishly

believe that we can attain it apart from him. We think that if we just try hard enough, the next

time we'll get it right (whatever it is) and we'll be happy. Instead of pushing through to the true

source of all joy and happiness, we sinfully believe the false promises of lesser gods."  

- Elyse M. Fitzpatrick

Our Beliefs

At Redeemer, we recognize that not everybody is going to agree with everything we believe. We don't

expect that. In fact, we gladly and warmly welcome people no matter where they are on their spiritual journey-whether skeptical about the Christian faith, spiritually seeking or trusting in the gospel of Jesus Christ. However, just as with every other church, we have certain theological beliefs that will perhaps make us distinctive in our community.

We are a church that is empowered by the Gospel.


What is the Gospel? It is the announcement (literally "good news") that Jesus' resurrection was the beginning of salvation for the entire cosmos and will be completed when He returns. God is restoring the original peace of His creation (described at the beginning of the Scriptures in Genesis 1 and 2) 

through the work of Jesus, and is renewing individuals, families, communities and nations as people trust and follow Christ.


How do we celebrate the Gospel? Through faithful proclamation and obedient demonstration. Weekly worship services are an opportunity for everyone to hear how God is setting things to right and to thank Him publicly for it. This public celebration "spills over" to the rest of our lives as we serve our neighbors as Jesus has served us. This is why our church is always looking for new ways to be good neighbors.

Our Team

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