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FAQ about us


How do I get to Anglican Church of the Redeemer?
We meet for Sunday worship services at 104 McBrien Road.

What day and time are your services?
Our worship services are held on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM.

How long is a typical service?
Our services last about 1 hour and 30 minutes, followed by a coffee social afterwards.  

What do I do if I have questions when I get there?
We have greeters and ushers available to help you with any questions that you may have.

How do people dress at Anglican Church of the Redeemer?
People come to Redeemer in a wide array of attire. You will see people in anything from jeans and flip flops to suits and dresses

Do you offer Sunday School?
We have Adult Formation at 9:30 AM.  Presently, we also offer a Wednesday night bible study every Wednesday at 7 PM.  

What do you have for children on Sunday mornings?
A nursery is provided for children age birth through 4 years during the 10:30 service.  We offer Kids’ Praise for children age 5-10 during parts of the 10:30 service – the children participate in a Christ-centered curriculum and return to the service before Communion.

What is your worship style?

As an Anglican church, we meet God through biblical preaching, liturgical prayers and weekly celebration of Communion. Our worship also combines the great hymns of the faith with our own Maestros, a contemporary guitar-led music group that generally play during the Communion.

Who may take Communion?  And how is Communion delivered?
All baptized Christians are invited to the Communion.  At Redeemer, we proceed to the altar rails and kneel to receive the elements (though you may stand if you cannot kneel). A priest will give the bread and an assisting minister will follow with the chalice of wine. You may take elements separately or by intinction (dipping the host in the chalice).   If you are unable to take Communion due illness or for other reasons, you may still come forth to receive a blessing by crossing your arms and laying your lands on your shoulders.  

What does it mean to be an Anglican Church?

As an Anglican Church, we are connected with the Anglican Communion worldwide, the third largest Christian communion in the world with 85 million members worldwide in 165 countries.

Are you affiliated with a denomination?  If so, which one?
Yes, we are a parish of the Anglican Church of North America, a province-in-formation of the worldwide Anglican Communion that is in full communion with several Anglican provinces around the world.

We would love to have you join us on a Sunday