Evensong (sung Evening Prayer) is offered on Sunday, January 21 at 5 pm. This gem of our Anglican heritage offers a contemplative service of music lasting one hour. All are invited to enjoy this service of sung prayer.
The Annual Meeting of the Parish is on Sunday, January 28 following the 10 am Eucharist. At the meeting reports of 2017 are received, new Vestry members elected, and the budget presented. A potluck lunch served. All are invited.
The next service in the style of Taizé is Sunday, January 28 at 5 pm. You are invited to this hour of gentle chants, icons, scripture, silence, and prayer.
Sundays in January we make sandwiches for Crossroads at 9 am in the kitchen. The sandwiches are delivered to Crossroads before the 10 am Eucharist. They provide a much needed meal for folks living on the streets in this winter season. All ages are invited to join in.
The annual Advent Retreat Day is Saturday, December 9, 10:30 am to 3 pm. In the midst of the busy secular Christmas season we are given the gift of Advent. As the world around us engages in frenetic activity, the Advent Retreat Day offers a time of calm away from the bustle of the season. … Read more
St. Nicholas Day, Tuesday, December 5 at 6 pm. St. Nicholas will visit the Redeemer, offering activities for young people, and maybe even a small gift. A free dinner is provided for all who attend. This event is also part of the unveiling of our new choral program, the Circle of Hope Youth Choir. All … Read more
Advent Lessons & Carols, Sunday, December 3 at 5 pm. This service includes beloved Advent hymns, choir anthems, and readings from scripture foretelling the birth of Jesus. All are welcome to attend. Please consider inviting family and friends to enjoy an afternoon of beautiful music.
Have you ever wondered what we believe as Episcopalians? Or how decisions are made and who has authority to make them? What do we believe about the Bible and its interpretation? Who are the “Anglicans”? Do you have a question you would like answered? Or are you simply curious about this tradition of ours? If … Read more
The Rt. Rev. W. Nicholas Knisely, XIII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, makes his visitation to the Redeemer on Sunday, October 29 at both the 8 am and 10 am Eucharists. During his visitation he will administer the sacrament of Confirmation. Following the 10 am Eucharist is a reception.
This contemplative service includes simple chants, scripture reading, prayers, silence, icons, and candles. It offers a gentle, meditative time on Sunday afternoon in the spirit of the Taizé Community in France. Taizé Services are offered each month on the fourth Sunday, except in December.