Blog

  • 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
  • Lex Unwind Movie and Music night January 19 (1/8/2018) - “Lex Unwind,” Free Music and Movie Night in the Great Hall! On Friday, Jan 19th, Jonny Clark, an accomplished classical guitarist and a student at Lexington High School, will perform classical guitar music spanning Latin-American, Baroque, and Spanish styles from 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. Immediately following Jonny Clark’s music, Kermit and the gang will tickle your ... [Read more...]
  • Christmas Eve Sermon and Music (1/2/2018) - What a wonderful Christmas Eve we had at Redeemer! If you were travelling, or just want to hear it again, here is Rev. Kate’s sermon and music from the Adult Choir: Rev. Kate’s sermon: soloist Mary Storandt singing “To the Queen of Heaven” by T. F. Dunhill: The Adult Choir singing”Gaudete” by Piae Cantiones: The Adult Choir singing ... [Read more...]
  • Lex Unwind Movie and Music Night: Acappella Group Random Chants coming Dec 15 (12/3/2017) - “Lex Unwind,” Free Music and Movie Night in the Great Hall! On Friday, Dec 15th at 6:00 PM, join us for a special evening with The Random Chants as they perform their original interpretations of classic Holiday Music from 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. Random Chants is a women’s a cappella group which has been combining ... [Read more...]
  • Actions Speak Loudly (11/16/2017) - By E. Ashley Rooney Bad things can happen to good people. People can lose their beloved homes.  People can lose their jobs, their savings, their children or their spouses. Sometimes we do something about it, and many times we don’t, although we wish we had. My mother told me that actions speak louder than words. ... [Read more...]
  • Grow Clinic Holiday Party on Dec. 14 (11/16/2017) - On Thursday, December 14 from 2:00-5:30 pm, Redeemer will again sponsor and help host the Holiday Party for about 100 children and parents served by the Grow Clinic at Boston Medical Center. The Clinic serves severely malnourished young children who have been diagnosed with failure to thrive; web site: https://www.bmc.org/programs/grow-clinic. It has been a Redeemer ... [Read more...]