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What we believe

Our Redeemer is a member of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, a Christian denomination with roots that date back to the Christian Reformation of the 16th century. Today we continue to stand fast on the same truths found in the Bible that led reformers like Martin Luther to proclaim that we are saved by God’s grace (His undeserved love) only through our faith in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

SUNDAY’S READINGS

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Go to Pericope’s page.

Old Lutheran Tidbit
From the Pastor’s Study

Many people choose to “give up” something for Lent. This year you may instead want to “take on” something as part of your Lenten discipline.

In conjunction with our special Wednesday worship services, you may want to spend a few minutes each day reading a portion of the Six Chief Parts of Christian Doctrine from Luther’s Small Catechism, found below.

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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
Commandments Apostle’s Creed Lord’s Prayer Baptism Confession Lord’s Supper Daily Prayers