Redeemer is a warm and welcoming community. We are a small congregation, so it's easy to get to know one another during our fellowship time on Sunday mornings and at Bible studies and other events.
Sunday morning worship is at 10 am with adult Bible classes and Children's Sunday School at 9 am (Preschool through Elementary age). A nursery is available for children under 4 during worship service. Arrive before worship time to visit over a cup of coffee (we usually have snacks too) or linger afterward.
Attire is casual - come as you are. If you have questions or need any assistance, speak with our greeter in the Lobby or with the usher - they'll be glad to help.
The first Sunday of each month is a more contemporary service with music performed by our wonderful guitar and vocal group The Redeemed.
Welcome to our cozy and comfortable sanctuary. It's not too big. It's not too small. It's just right!
It's a quiet place of escape from the noise and distractions of today's life. We have padded pews and reserved seating for families with small children. BTW - If you do have children with you, you might want to pick up an activity bag as you go in, just in case they get a little squirmy. The bags are hanging on a coat tree on the left as you head toward the sanctuary. You'll see a sign. Don't worry if your children do get a little antsy. We love children and we welcome them in our worship service. Your children are God's children and very much loved!
Our comfortable, attractive, clean, and well-equipped nursery is available for your use all Sunday morning. There is a speaker in the nursery that brings in the sound from the sanctuary so that you can still experience the worship service while taking care of your precious children.
Please note: this is an unattended childcare room. You are very welcome to watch your children here or send someone with your children, but there is no childcare staff.
From I-5, take the #258 Exit
We are located in Northeast Salem at the
corner of Lancaster and Hayesville Drives.
Redeemer Lutheran Church as seen from Lancaster Drive:
Redeemer Lutheran Church as seen from Hayesville Drive: