Redeemer Lutheran Church Ministries

We offer a number of vibrant educational, fellowship and outreach ministires for everyone from age 2 to 102. We invite you to join us as we learn about God and share our faith. Learn more about these ministry opportunities below:

ADULT ministries

  • Sunday Adult Class: 9:30AM, Room 208 (September-May)
  • Women’s Bible Study: Wednesday mornings, 9:30AM, Room 208 (September-May)
  • Men’s Bible Study: Thursday mornings, 8:30AM, Room 208 (Year round)
  • Women of Redeemer: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7PM (September-May)
  • Tuesday Stewards: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 9AM (September-May)
  • Other: Committee and Ministry Team participation, Adult Choir, Contemporary Worship Band (by audition), Table of Plenty, worship assistance, etc. Additional information about these opportunities is available from the church office.


  • Sunday School: 9:30 am, Ages 2 years through 12th Grade, various classrooms (September-May)
  • Youth Choir: Grades 3-5, Wednesday after schoool-3:00 pm – We offer transportation from school to the church and home again. (August-May)
  • Vacation Bible School (VBS): Ages 3 years-Grade 3 at Redeemer; Grades 4-6 at Lake Ahquabi. The evening starts with a meal and continues with activities that help us to learn more about God’s love for us through Jesus. (June)
  • Faith Formation: Grades 6-8, Wednesday after school-7:00 pm – We offer transportation from school to the church – Faith Formation includes games, after school snacks, a “God’s Work. Our Hands.” activity, Middle School Choir, Study Table, Dinner and Faith Formation (aka Confirmation) Class with large and small group activities. (August-April)
  • High School Youth Group: Grades 9-12, Wednesday, 6-8:30 pm – Dinner is provided. (August-May)
  • Middle and High School Fellowship/Stewardship Events: There are other large group activities planned throughout the year for Middle and High School youth in order to build friendship through fellowship and foster a sense of service to the community and world in the name of Christ.
  • Summer Youth Trip:  Each year a summer trip is planned for those completing grades 8 through 12. This may be a mission trip, a camping trip, an ELCA Youth Gathering, or other trip with the purpose of helping the youth grow deeper in their faith while learning to serve all of God’s people and creation in Christ’s name.