Reserve your seat HERE.
If there are multiple members of your household attending, you will have to make multiple reservations.
HIRING: director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries
Redeemer is looking to expand its staff by adding a Director of Children, Youth and Family ministries! We're looking for someone to nurture transformative and intergenerational faith formation throughout the life span of children, youth and their families in support of Redeemer’s mission and more!
If you or someone you know would be a great candidate, click HERE for the job description and to apply.
Bible Class | 10:40am | Every Sunday
.Join us as we continue exploring the New Testament with Pastors Mark Gruner and Roger Schwarze!
This study is different from what we have done in the past. We will look at every book in the New Testament, one at a time, to see how the authors told the story of the early church. No, we will not do it all in one week. We will do it one book at a time until we have looked at all the books. So stick with us!
Children, Youth and Family Ministries congratulate Redeemer's High School Graduating Seniors!
Stay tuned for the date of when Redeemer congregants can participate with the Senior Recognition Sunday during the regular online service. The Redeemer Quilting group has generously given their time and talents again to provide a quilt for each graduating Senior. Please convey your congratulations to this fine group of young people! Graduating Seniors this year are:
Grace Maijala / Garrett Janssen / Aiden Lundgren / Parker Madsen / Mitchell Tvedt / Bennett Johnson / Peter Toso
Come one and all to an intergenerational event hosted by the Children, Youth and Families Team! Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and favorite movietime snacks to watch "Moana". This is an outdoor, socially distant event, so be prepared with masks for greeting your friends. CYF is also hosting an intergenerational get together on Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00 pm....details coming soon, but be sure to tune up your remote controlled cars!
Shobi's Table Presents... The 5K-As-You-Can | May 16-22
Are you looking for ways to volunteer and stay active this spring? Look no further than Shobi's Table, a mission start of the synod, the pay-as-you-can-café that serves meals through sites in Saint Paul. It's a community table that works to address people who are food insecure. During the week of May 16, they have an event, the 5K-As-You-Can, with a community luncheon on May 22. The main goal of this event is to spread the word about the Shobi’s Table ministry and how there are many other ways congregations and individuals can help support it. Check out the links below for more information!
- To participate in the 5K-As-You-Can event, click HERE to register.
- To volunteer with Shobi's Table, click HERE for more information.
- Are you a Thrivent member? Click HERE to learn about the Thrivent Action Grants for Shobi's Table.
- Do you love shopping for kitchen goods? Shobi's Table would love your help! Click HERE for more information.
- Participate in a collection drive for compostable materials HERE.
- Have an event and need a caterer? Shobi's Table can help! Learn how HERE.
Stay engaged through 2nd Half with Lyngblomsten! Click HERE for next month's e-bulletin and register early!
Are you or someone you know caring for someone and looking for support? Connect with 2nd Half! The Caregiver Services team is available to help. Click HERE for resources or contact them at (651) 632-5320 or .
Lyngblomsten Lifestyle, the Winter-Spring 2021 edition is available HERE.
Lyngblomsten seeks board members. Click HERE for more information. Contact Jeff Heinecke - President & CEO of Lyngblomten - at (651) 632-5308 or .
Our congregation is a member of Lyngblomsten, a Christian nonprofit organization providing healthcare, housing, and community-based services for older adults since 1906. Learn more about lyngblomsten at...
Friends in Faith Ministries
- Como Park Zoo | The Zoo and Conservatory will be open as a one-way walking path from 10am to 4pm daily. The entrance will be at the Visitor Center's main doors. Look for the heated tent in front of the doors. Reservations required, click HERE. Limit is 150 people at a time. Advanced reservations available on a first come, first serve basis. All staff and visitors are required to wear face coverings/masks while on the grounds of the Zoo and Conservatory. Posed photography is not allowed at this time.
- White Bear Center for the Arts | The White Bear Center for the Arts is still closed but they've made their exhibits available for viewing online! Click HERE to see them.
- Discovery Walks: Spring birds at Tamarack Nature Center | Saturdays | 8am | Free but pre-registration is required. Bring binoculars. Contact: https://www.ramseycounty.us/
residents/parks-recreation/ tamarack-nature-center/ programs-events/free-programs/ discovery-walks
- Family Activities In The Twin Cities | Events for each month listed at the web site | CONTACT: www.
Many Faces-Many Stories of the White Bear Lake Area
In the late Summer/ Fall of 2020, several Redeemer members took part in discussions called “Creating Safe and Sacred Spaces for Conversations Around Race”. This group focused on studying the historical context of racism, how to have nonjudgmental conversations about race, and had presentations on implicit bias. They also read the book, Waking Up White by Debby Irving. People who participated in this study expressed interest in continuing learning on racism and equity. Pastor Nate felt that a good next step would be to find a community group we could partner with to continue our learning.
Recently, Pastor Nate and Jane Schroeher were connected to Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area through one of its members. Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area is “a collaboration of community organizations seeking to build community by providing opportunities to listen, learn, reflect, & engage in conversations on equity, diversity, and inclusion and to better understand the role we each play in creating a more welcoming and inclusive community.” After participating in a few meetings, Pastor Nate decided to partner with Many Faces and continue to explore collaboration between Many Faces and Redeemer. Many Faces plans community events, many of which are free.
Coffee Hour with Pastor Nate
Sundays 10:30am via ZOOM
For This week's News and Events from the Saint Paul Area Synod,