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Looking Ahead-
Making a Plan

New Ministry Opportunities and Events are coming to Christ the Redeemer!


Immediate ministry opportunities are open at CtR!

  • Everyone likes a warm welcome and wants to belong. If you would like to volunteer to be a greeter to welcome folks to church and offer them a service booklet and hymnal, please let Fr. John or Louise Calibo know!

  • We also need Scripture readers! If you can read, please see Louise Calibo to put you on the Readers' Schedule.

  •  Do like speaking in public? Fr. John would like someone (other than himself) to do the announcements before each service on Sunday. Let Fr. John know if you would like - or even consider - being the announcer!

  • Are you a youth and would you like to learn how to serve at the altar as an acolyte (altar boy or girl)?  Let Fr. John or Neil Corrigan know!

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Besides the daily reading of the Bible, Anglicans are a people of prayer. That's the whole purpose of the Book of Common Prayer! We pray to draw closer to our heavenly Father and to learn what we believe. In fact, as it is said in Latin, lex orandi, lex credendi - what we pray is what we believe. If you want to know what Anglicans believe, just pray the Prayer Book!

If you would like to start praying the Morning or Evening Office (or both!), see Fr. John and let's put something together - and let's start praying as a church family!

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There is no such thing as a Christian who is not also a disciple - a learner - of Jesus Christ.

But, what does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? A disciple lives his or her life as if Jesus was living it.

As we approach Advent, CtR will be reaching out into the community with the love of Jesus Christ through community gatherings and book-led group discussions.

I invite you to be a part of the discipleship leadership core group and to participate in our community gathering events. If we are to be Christians, then we must be disciples of Jesus who make other disciples of Jesus!

- Fr. John

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