News & Events

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  • Outreach to Bristol Lodge (8/21/2019) - Volunteers Needed for August 26, 2019 What do we do? We prepare and/or serve dinner for 60 to 80 low income, food insecure, or homeless guests – including many veterans – at Bristol Lodge in Waltham. When do we do it? Monday, August 26, 2019 at 1:30 PM. Some jobs can be done ahead of…
  • 2019 Redeemer Family Retreat (8/1/2019) - SAVE THE DATE!! Mark your calendars for the 16th Annual Redeemer Family Retreat! WHEN: October 25-27, 2019 WHERE: Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center, Greenfield, NH WHY: The all-parish weekend is always a wonderful opportunity to unwind, deepen relationships, learn something new, and eat, pray, and play together as a parish. HOW: Download &…
  • June 9, 2019, Sermon & Choir (6/12/2019) - Click here to listen to Rev. Kate’s sermon. Here is the choir singing, “Holy Spirit Enter This Place“.
  • The Feast of Pentecost (5/29/2019) - Sunday, June 9:  The Feast of PentecostWear red and sign up to read in many languages Pentecost is one of the most important days in the church year when we remember and celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit. Often it’s called the “Birthday of the Church” because it is when Jesus’s followers began to spread his…
  • Redeemer Helps Stamp Out Hunger (5/13/2019) - On May 11, the Lexington branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers and the Lexington Interfaith Food Pantry partnered in the annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Nearly 20 Redeemer members and guests were among the volunteers who gathered at the church. They checked expiration dates, sorted goods, and packaged items for later use.…
  • Solidarity Expressed by COOR’s Muslim Friends & Neighbors (5/8/2019) - In the wake of the Sri Lankan tragedy, friends and neighbors from the local Muslim community in Lexington gathered at the entrances of Redeemer to greet attendees with flowers and supportive posters on April 28. Several of the visitors stayed for the worship service that followed. Many COOR members expressed being touched by the display…
  • The Giving Garden Needs You (5/8/2019) - LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO LIKE TO BE OUTDOORS! The Giving Garden is about to come to life and we are seeking volunteers to water and/or harvest. Training and assistance are provided.  Depending on rainfall, a couple of hours a week is the time commitment.  A love of the outdoors is helpful and a willingness to contribute to Lexington’s wonderful Food…
  • Listen to the Lexington Interfaith Choral Festival! (5/8/2019) - Lexington Interfaith Choral Festival, April 28, 2019 at Hancock Church If you’d like to see and hear a tape of the recent Lexington Interfaith Choral Festival, click on the link below for an audiovisual recording. You’ll also be able to download the program of the entire festival. Redeemer’s performance runs from minutes 32:45 – 41:23,…
  • Anti-Racism Book Group Meeting (5/6/2019) - Thursday, May 30:  Anti-Racism Book Group Meets 7:30 – 9:00 PM in the Handley Library Our book selection is So You Want to Talk About Race, by Ijeoma Oluo.  Please join us in the Handley library for exceptional conversation  –  all are welcome, even if you haven’t read or finished the book! So You Want to…
  • Racial Equity Action Group Meeting (5/2/2019) - Redeemer’s Racial Equity Action Group will be meeting on Sunday, May 19 from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm in the Great Hall.  Contact:  Deb Jacoby-Twigg