Lectures & Studies
Engaging classes on subjects that matter. In the fall, winter, and spring we offer lectures and classes during out middle hour (10:10-10:50 am) that train the Redeemer community, adults and children, in the content, history, and practice of their faith. This includes the study of the Bible, theology, and life skills (marriage, parenting, finances, peacemaking, etc.)
Advent Middle Hour Schedule
Sundays, 10:10-10:50 am
December 3, 10, & 17
Advent Middle Hour Events
Dec 3 | Advent Wreath Making Event
Who: All ages
Where: Chapel Hall
What: Make your own Advent wreath to use at home. Recommended donation of $10 per wreath.
Contact: Click HERE for details and to RSVP.
Children: Children’s Sunday School will not be in session; they are invited to join their families for the event.
Dec 10 | Children’s Christmas Party
Who: Children, ages 2 years through 5th grade
Where: Chapel & Chapel Hall
What: Enjoy Christmas carols, stories, cookies and crafts!
Contact: Click HERE for details and to RSVP. Email Amanda Knox, firstname.lastname@example.org, if interested in volunteering
Children: This event is in lieu of children’s Sunday School. The nursery will be available for young children of volunteers.
Dec 17 | Discovering the 12-Days of Christmas
Who: All ages
What: Hear about the history of the 12-Days of Christmas and how we can participate in it.
Contact: Click HERE for details.
Children: Children are invited to join us for the beginning and will be dismissed to participate in an age-appropriate activity. Nursery childcare will also be available.
Looking for one of our past Faith & Culture lectures? Check out our Lecture Audio Archive. For past lectures not posted in our archive, contact Kem Erskine, email@example.com.
Children & Youth Middle Hour
Children (2 years through 5th grade) and youth (6th through 12th grade) are invited to participate in the Advent Middle Hour events with their families.
Nursery (6 months to 2 years )
Location: Room directly outside the chapel.
Available during both worship services and middle hour.