We are glad to have resumed in-person meeting for our 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Sunday services. The Session supports anyone who chooses to stay home and live stream the services. To maintain social distancing, some circumstances of worship are altered. Seating is in every other row, and family units maintain six feet of separation if they sit on the same row. The fellowship hall is open for overflow seating. Hand sanitizer is available, and we are not passing a collection basket. Furthermore, the Lord’s Supper is observed with individually sealed packets that are distributed by elders with masks. We recommend everyone wear masks, and there is no congregating inside the building. After the service, everyone must leave the building and go directly outside. Nursery is not provided, though room H in the basement is designated for nursing mothers. We provide music handouts for the evening service for those who prefer not to touch the hymnals and psalters. If anyone has COVID-19 symptoms, we ask that they stay home, and everyone should check with their medical care provider before coming to church.

Additionally, our twice-monthly prayer meeting has resumed in person. Please check the calendar on the News and Events page for meeting dates.

All other activities of Redeemer Church are canceled for the time being. We plan to resume Sunday School and nursery in September. The Session is monitoring the situation closely and desires to resume the other activities of Redeemer Church as soon as it is safe to do so.

By Order of the Ohio Department of Health (July 10, 2020), masks are to be worn inside the Redeemer Church building at all times until Summit County is no longer classified as a Red Level 3 Public Health Advisory county.   Notable exceptions to the order are individuals with respiratory health conditions and anyone under ten years old.