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  • Seeking new Parish Administrator (8/8/2018) - Church of Our Redeemer is currently seeking a new Parish Administrator. A detailed job description is below. If you would like to apply, please send a resume and cover letter to kate@our-redeemer.net Part- time Parish Administrator for Episcopal church This role is central to the work of our ministry, and has responsibilities for both the ... [Read more...]
  • Greetings from Santiago! Photos from Rev. Andrew's Sabbatical (6/25/2018) - Rev. Andrew Goldhor, our Assistant Rector, has spent his sabbatical walking the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage route through Spain which ends at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. He writes, “We are just two days away from Santiago! We have met a ton of interesting people and seen a lot. It seems like ... [Read more...]
  • Sermon and Music from Sunday (6/4/2018) - Sunday was a day to celebrate our choir and thank them for a wonderful year of music! We also enjoyed guest musicians Rennaisonics. Here is some music from Sunday, plus Rev. Kate’s sermon. Earthsong, sung by the Adult Choir: Sermon from Rev. Kate Ekrem: Postlude by Rennaisonics: Prelude by Rennaisonics:  
  • Liberating Ourselves from Racism Resources (5/21/2018) - This is a list of articles, videos, and blogs recommended by the Diane D’Sousa of the Mission Institute who facilitated our Lenten discussion series, Liberating Ourselves from Racism. It is intended as follow-up and further reading to those in-person discussions. You can learn more about the Mission Institute here: http://themissioninstitute.org/ For those of you wanting to ... [Read more...]
  • Sermon from Pentecost May 20 2018 (5/21/2018) - Click to listen to Rev. Kate Ekrem’s sermon from Pentecost Sunday.
  • Greetings from Navajoland on Tuesday, April 17 (4/17/2018) - Hi or yah-tan-hey as the Navajo say from our group of 10 in beautiful Bluff, Utah (est. 650 A.D. says the welcome sign). Our drive up from Albuquerque on Saturday was  one beautiful view after another, including about two hours of watching the sunset in the gorgeous Southwestern landscapes. Some WiFi issues have delayed our ... [Read more...]
  • Sermon and Music from Easter Sunday (4/3/2018) - Here is Rev. Kate Ekrem’s sermon from Easter Sunday: The choir anthem was “God So Loved the World”: And the service ended with this rousing rendition of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus:
  • Navajoland Service Week Trip – Learn More Here! (3/22/2018) - Navajoland is the mission for our April, 2018, service week. From April 14 – 21, our ten-member group, including two youths, will be at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission Church in Bluff, Utah, helping with improving the buildings and grounds. Bluff is a beautiful and remote place near the Bears Ears National Monument that has been ... [Read more...]
  • Celebrate Black History Month at “Lex Unwind” (2/7/2018) - Celebrate Black History Month at “Lex Unwind” On Friday, Feb 16th, starting at 6 pm in the Great Hall, our band, “Highway 49” will transport you back in time to February 1962, playing and singing a wide selection of your favorite folk songs by Peter, Paul and Mary, the Highwaymen, Hank Williams, Joni Mitchell, the Youngbloods and many more; artists who ... [Read more...]
  • Rector’s Annual Meeting Address January 28, 2018 (1/29/2018) - Click to listen to the Rector’s Annual Meeting sermon