WSC Questions for Winter 2018-19 Listing.
Click here for the Winter listing of the Shorter catechism questions.

Children’s Christmas Program. 
Come share with our children in the joy of the Christmas story during the Sunday School hour on 23 December, with a cookie reception to follow.

Christmas Eve.
You are warmly invited to join us on Christmas Eve to worship and celebrate the birth of our Savior. Our Appetizer Hour begins at 6:00pm with a Candlelight Service to follow at 7:00pm. Bekah Miller will be taking family photos in the Sanctuary from 5:45-6:30pm. Be sure to sign up to bring an appetizer tray online or on the posted sheet in the Narthex.

Congregational Meeting. 
Session has scheduled the quarterly congregational meeting for Sunday, 20 January, following morning worship.

Online Giving.
Redeemer now has the capability to receive online giving. See Sam Wilsey for details.

Mens Fellowship Study.
Saturday morning Men’s Fellowship Study is reading J.C. Ryle’s Practical Religion. Click here for the copy we’ll be using & check the Men’s Fellowship page here on our website for the schedule. We look forward to a great time in fellowship.

Ladies Study.
Our Ladies Study will resume meeting together in January on Thursday evenings in the fellowship hall. On 10 January, we will have a Q. & A. session with Pastor Wright, followed by a 3-week session on Gleanings from Job. We look forward to this time together.

Wednesday Evening Prayer Fellowship. 
On 26 December we will gather for corporate prayer and worship at 7:00pm.

Handel’s Messiah.
All are invited to a free concert performance of Handel’s Messiah by the Hudson Community Choir with orchestra and soloists on Saturday, December 15 beginning at 6:00pm with a cookie reception during intermission.

Welcome Collin and Zury Jennings.
On Sunday, 23 December, please welcome Collin and Zury Jennings, missionaries to West Africa with MTW. They will be working in partnership with RUF to establish the first RUF ministry on the African Continent. An information table will be in the Narthex for you to greet these church planters and learn more about their exciting opportunity to share Christ to this predominately Muslim part of the world.

Building Use.
If you’d like to use our building you must fill out the building use form found on Breeze. If you need help please see Jennifer Cook or Deacon Gaippe.

Night to Shine.
Sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, Night to Shine is a prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older. This event will be hosted by an estimated 700 churches around the world simultaneously on Friday, 8 February. Mark Eger and CCC Aurora are looking for local volunteers. If interested, contact Mark,, 937-232-3013.

From our Reformation Conference last year with Dr. Carl Trueman & Dr. T. David Gordon.  Below is session 1.

Other sessions of the conference are linked here:

Session 1: Luther and the Dawn of the Reformation

Session 2: How God Providentially prepared the Reformers for a Reformation

Session 3: Friday night Q&A session

Session 4: Luther’s Theology of the Cross

Session 5: The “Religion of the Book” In An Increasingly Aliterate Culture

Session 6: The Reformation for Today

Session 7: Saturday afternoon Q&A

Keep Up To date.
Check out the Redeemer calendar here on our website to find out what’s happening in the life of our church. Don’t miss another event or gathering!

Overflow Parking.
Additional parking is available adjacent to the church building at the bank parking lot, with a staircase from the lot to the church. Please consider parking next door to provide open spaces for our visitors and those needing a space closer to the building.

Sermon App.
If you’d like to listen to our sermons and classes check out our app at Sermon.Net. There you will find sermons and classes going back for some time. Also, if you subscribe you can take notes and have an online Bible for your convenience.

Keep in touch on Facebook.
We have a Facebook page that will help you stay in touch with current events at Redeemer. Simply request to join here and you’ll be added to our page.

Check out our Library.
Have you read any good books lately? The church library currently houses almost 300 volumes—there’s sure to be something for you. We have devotionals, commentaries, history, biography, culture, and more. There are also video and audio resources. Checkout instructions are posted at the end of the shelves by the window. The entire catalog is available online at for you to browse. There is a box for donations if you have books you’d like to contribute. Magazines are free for the taking and need not be returned. See Kevin Glazier with any questions.PM.

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