We gladly welcome you to our Christian family, trusting that if you are
seeking Christ you will find Him here, if sorrowing you will receive
comfort, if troubled you will rejoice in hope, if friendless find companionship and Christian love. We pray that these and other blessings will be yours as you join us in worship.
Our MissionBy God’s grace and the power of the Holy Spirit, the family of
Our Redeemer will strengthen ourselves spiritually to bring all people into harmony with God and His Son, Jesus Christ.
(Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays)
Since 1960 humbly outreaching to tristate residents in: Delaware’s New Castle County, Maryland’s Cecil County and Southeastern Pennsylvania
The Lord be with you We will be sharing the Lord’s Supper this coming Sunday and using the second setting of the “Divine Service.” (I still feel funny calling the Sunday morning service “Divine” and prefer the name used in The Lutheran Hymnal, “The Order of Morning Service,” or “The
Commemoration of Joseph, Patriarch March 31 Today, we remember and thank God for Joseph, Patriarch. The story of the patriarch Joseph, beloved child of Jacob, is one of the most stirring pieces of literature in the bible. It is also an amazing typological prophecy of our Lord Jesus Christ. As
Prayer is no small bond of love for God, developing in us the habit of converse with him and encouraging the pursuit of wisdom. … We are, however, not as aware as we should be of the benefit of prayer, for the reason that we neither apply ourselves to it
The Lord be with you This coming Sunday (March 24) is the Third Sunday in Lent. We will be using the second setting of the Divine Service, configured as a Service of the Word. Because we are in Lent, we will omit the Hymn of Praise and use the Verse
Here we need statements like those which the holy fathers undoubtedly used to ponder a great deal. Though He is talking there about physical blessing, the Lord says in Deuteronomy 9:5 “Not because of your righteousness or the uprightness of your heart are you going in to possess the land
Sin is sin, and by its nature it merits punishment, whether you acknowledge it or not. The acknowledgment of sin is a sort of co-requisite [for justification] in that God wishes to forgive sins to those who acknowledge them and does not wish to forgive sins to those who do