We believe that as people build relationships with one another they are empowered in their ability to grow in their relationship with Christ. Because of this we offer various opportunities in our community for making connections. Listed below are some of the ways you can get involved at Church of the Redeemer and develop those connections. Please call us at 651-300-4238 or e-mail us at info@oftheredeemer.org for more information on any of these activities.

All Church Meals

We believe that sharing a meal with someone is a key way to build a friendship. With that in mind, we enjoy periodic simple meals together. Anyone who can is encouraged to bring something to share, but everyone is invited whether they brought food or not (we have all mooched at one time or another).

Newcomer Dinners

Every few months, we host a dinner that is specially designed for people who have just begun attending Church of the Redeemer. This dinner is a time to socialize with other newcomers as well as to meet some of our leaders. After the dinner there is a brief time in which a member of the pastoral staff shares an overview of the mission of Church of the Redeemer and anyone is welcome to ask questions they have about the church.

Discipleship Opportunities

Community groups and other opportunities for small group discipleship provide time for fellowship, prayer, and study at different times and locations during the week. If you would like more information, please contact Pastor Paul or one of the group leaders listed below.

Men’s and Women’s Community Group
Join us in the Midway neighborhood of St. Paul twice a month. Contact: Paul & Lindsey Rheingans.

North Community Group – Blaine
Meets on Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. Contact: Andy Bramsen.

Men’s Community Group- Como/Roseville
Second & fourth Wednesdays at 7 p.m.  Contact: Todd Willmarth.

Women’s Evening Prayer – Frogtown/Midway Neighborhood of St. Paul, 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 7:30 to 9 p.m. All women are welcome! Contact: Anne Calvin.

Women’s Listening Prayer
Meets the third Thursday of each month, October–May, in Roseville and Shoreview.  Contact: Barbie Anderson or Dawn Lundgren.

Men’s Listening Prayer Shoreview/Roseville, first Wednesday of the month, October–May, 7-9 p.m.  Contact: John LundgrenRoss Anderson, and Tod Twist.

Women’s Bible Studies
– Tuesday evenings. A narrative study on women’s encounters with Jesus in the Gospels.  Contact:  Liz Stewart

– Thursday mornings.  In Paul’s letter of second Corinthians we come to know the Apostle as well as our own new identity and purpose in Christ.  Contact:  Cindy Calvin.