Welcome to Redeemer!
Welcome to Redeemer!
We look forward to the possibility of meeting and journeying together with you to wherever God leads.
Come, let's meet and get to know one another!
Rev. Sheila Marie
Worship services are livestreamed to Facebook each Sunday at 10 a.m.
We will return to in-person worship when the Kitsap County Covid risk level (check here) drops to the medium range or lower.
In this between time, we celebrate 'church' beyond our physical walls: through Prayers and Squares quilts, food bank donations, ZOOM book studies, individual and corporate prayer, visits among members, and ongoing and growing community connections.
Questions? Call us at 360.297.4847, or email email@example.com. Thank you!
What to Expect
Simply come as you are. Your presence blesses us!
We encourage all ages to join us for worship in the sanctuary.
We'll make joyful noise, together!
What Matters to Us
People— every human being has value and is made in God's image. We all carry that imprint of divinity in us. All living things matter.
This town— and everywhere nearby. We come from Kingston, Poulsbo, Suquamish, Hansville, Eglon, and more. We are committed to the communities around us.
Jesus— he turned the word upside down, toppling the powerful and exalting the powerless. We're trying to get upside down with him.
Children— we care deeply about children and encourage their involvement and leadership in all ways. Our goal is to raise spiritually inquisitive leaders.
Will I Be Happy Here?
Almost everyone looking for a church asks themselves this question,
but perhaps the clearer answer lies in these questions that sit in all of our hearts:
Will I be welcome here? Yes!
Will I encounter ways to deepen my relationship with God? Yes!
Because at Redeemer,
we are called to light the world with God’s love as faithful followers of Christ,
by loving and serving everyone.
From the heart,
The Redeemer friends and family
How to Find Us
When We Meet
Worship begins at 10 a.m. each Sunday,
in-person (see above) and virtually via Facebook.
Communion is celebrated as part of worship
on the first Sunday of each month.
All are welcome!