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Worship Services

Saturday Liturgy: 7PM

Sunday Liturgies: 8AM & 11AM

Wednesday Liturgy: 7:30PM

 

Anointing with Oil for Healing: Once a month as indicated in the calendar.

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  • Worship

    “To Him be glory forever. Amen” (Romans 11:35)

     

    BAPTIZED INTO CHRIST JESUS:

     Kaila Dakota Hewitt, daughter of Kason and Diane Hewitt

    Let us pray for Kaila as she grows in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Let us pray for her parents and baptismal sponsors as they nurture her in the one truth faith.

     

    SOME SAINTS WHO ARE RECEIVED FORMALLY INTO CONFIRMED MEMBERSHIP:

    Iberia Archie (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Maureen Drew (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Lolita Dunlop (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Alecia Dore (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Lakia Dore(from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Bryant Epps (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Barbara Fridie (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Diane Fridie (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Joan Johnson (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Esther Holmes (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Denise Hudson (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Timothy Hudson (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Timothy Hudson, Jr. (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Darnel Hunter (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Diamond Hunter (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Julius Hunter (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Talana Hunter (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Rhonda Jennings (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Jerome Johnson (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Valerie Kirk (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Christian Leon (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Jeanette Lewis (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Maria Manso (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Gloria McKay (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Horace McKay (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Ana Pemberton (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Uriah “Monty” Raymond (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Dorothy Rivers (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Wanda Rodriguez (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Georgia Rosa (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Rosanna Smith  (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Lillian Sweeney (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Josephine Williams (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Marcia Williams (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    Chandra Woodley (from St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tremont)

    We give thanks and praise to our Lord for these newest members of Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in The Bronx!

     

    WORSHIP SERVICES.  Regular Liturgies of the Holy Eucharist are conducted on:

     Saturdays at 7PM

     Sundays at 8AM

     Sundays at 11AM

     Wednesdays at 7:30PM

     Fridays at 10AM (in conjunction with Bible Study)

     

    SOME FEAST DAYS AND SPECIAL WORSHIP SERVICES ON THE HORIZON.  As we are parish where “God’s People Pray,” there are a number of worship services for special holidays and feast days of which we should be aware and which we should note as we plan to participate as the Body of Christ.  Please make every effort to attend these.

    December 21 St. Thomas, Apostle (red)         10AM and 7:30PM (with EYES)

    December 24 ChristMass Eve (white)    3:30PM and 7:30PM

    December 25 ChristMass Day (white)    10AM

    December 26 St. Stephen, Martyr (red)   7:30PM (Christmas Program)

    December 27 St. John, Evangelist (white)   7:30PM

    December 28 Holy Innocents of Bethehem (red)  10AM and 7:30PM

    December 31 New Year’s Eve (white)    7:30PM (prayers at 11:30PM)

    January 1  Holy Name of Jesus (white)   7:30PM

    January 5-6  Holy Epiphany of Our Lord (white)  7PM, 8AM and 11AM

    January 18  Confession of St. Peter (white)   10AM and 7:30PM

     (Week of the Prayer for Christian Unity)

    January 25  Conversion of St. Paul (white)   10AM and 7:30PM

    February 2  Holy Presentation of Our Lord (white) 7PM

    February 24  St. Matthias, Apostle (red)   8AM and 11AM

    March 6  Ash Wednesday (black)    12Noon and 7:30PM

    March 19  St. Joseph, Guardian of Our Lord (white) 7:30PM

    March 25  Holy Anunciation of Our Lord (white) 7:45PM

    April 13  Palm Sunday/ Sunday of the Passion  (scarlet) 7PM

    April 14  Palm Sunday/ Sunday of the Passion  (scarlet) 8AM and 11AM

    April 16  Chrism Mass (white)    7:30PM

    April 18  Maundy Thursday (scarlet)   12Noon and 7:30PM

    April 19  Good Friday (black)    12Noon and 7:30PM

    April 20  Great Vigil of Pascha/Easter (white or gold) 7:30PM

    April 21  Resurrection of Our Lord / Holy Pascha / Easter Sunday  (white or gold)

              8AM, 10AM, and 12Noon

    April 25  St. Mark, Evangelist (red)   7:30PM

        at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Yonkers

    May 30  Holy Ascension of Our Lord (white)  12Noon and 7:30PM

    June 8  Vigil of Pentecost (red)    7:30PM

    June 9  Festival of Pentecost (red)   8AM and 11AM

    June 11  St. Barnabas, Apostle (red)   7:30PM

    June 15  Feast of the Most Holy Trinity (white) 7PM

    June 16  Feast of the Most Holy Trinity (white) 8AM and 11AM

    June 24  Nativity of St. John the Baptist (white) 7:45PM

    June 25  Presentation of the Augsburg Confession (white)  7:30PM

    June 29  St.  Peter and St. Paul (red)   7PM

    July 22  St. Mary Magdalene (white)   TBA

    July 25  St. James the Elder, Apostle (red)  TBA

    August 15  St. Mary, Mother of Our Lord (white) 7:30PM

    August 24  St. Bartholomew, Apostle (red)  7PM

    August 29  Beheading of St. John the Baptist (red) 7:30PM

    September 14 Holy Cross Day (red)    7PM

    September 21 St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist  (red) 7PM

    September 29 St. Michael and All Angels’ Day (white) 8AM and 11AM

    October 18  St. Luke, Evangelist (red)

    October 23  St. James of Jerusalem, Martyr (red)  7:30PM

    October 28  St. Simon and St. Jude, Apostles (red) 7:30PM

    October 31  Reformation Day (red)    12Noon and 7:30PM

    November 1 All Saints’ Day (white)    10AM and 7:30PM

    November 2 All Souls’ Day (white)    7PM

    November 30 St. Andrew, Apostle (red)   7PM

     

    FLOWERS FOR CHRISTMASS.  Donations for flowers for ChristMass are being accepted.  They may be made “in thanksgiving for,” “in memory of,” and the like.

     

    WE NEED FOOD FOR OUR FOOD PANTRY.   As our food pantry continues to be used by people in our neighborhood, parishioners are asked to donate to our food pantry.

    +canned vegetables and beans                +canned stews

    +canned soups of all kinds (chicken noodle, chunky chicken, vegetable, etc.)

    +canned ravioli or spaghetti and meatballs       +canned fruit

    +canned solid chicken           +canned tuna

    +Vienna sausage         +canned tomato sauce for beans

    Please make sure that items you bring are in cans.  The Redeemer Food Pantry is open on the second Thursday of each month from 1PM to 3PM.

     

    ANOINTING WITH OIL FOR HEALING.  After the 7PM, 8AM and 11AM Liturgies on the following days and before the 8AM Liturgies on these days, the anointing with oil and the laying on of hands for healing will occur.

    2018:  December 1-2

    Pastor will be available from 7:40AM until 7:55AM on Anointing with Oil for Healing days for those who can come before the 8AM Liturgy begins.  Coming at this time helps people to get to the Religious Education Hour activities in a timely way.

     

    TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR SPECIAL MUSIC DURING LITURGIES.  Be sure to watch for any changes that may be made.

    December 9 ensemble

    December 16 EYES (11AM)

    December 23 ensemble

    December 24 ARMS (3:30PM); EYES (7:30PM)

    December 25 LUNGS (10AM)

    December 28 Sunday School Christmas Program (7:30PM)

    December 30 special music

    December 31 LUNGS (7:30PM)

    January 6  LUNGS (8AM and 11AM)

    January 13  EYES (8AM and 11AM)

    January 20  ARMS (8AM and 11AM)

    January 27  Younger Sunday School (11AM)

    February 3  LUNGS (8AM and 11AM)

    February 10  EYES (11AM)

    February 17  ARMS (8AM and 11AM)

    February 24  Older Sunday School (11AM)

    March 3  EYES (11AM)

    March 6  LUNGS (7:30PM)

    March 10  LUNGS (8AM and 11AM)

    March 17  ARMS (8AM and 11AM)

    March 24  Younger Sunday School (11AM)

    March 31  ensemble

    April 7  LUNGS (8AM and 11AM)

    April 14  EYES (11AM)

    April 16  Concordia University St. Paul (7:30PM)

    April 18  LUNGS (7:30PM)

    April 19  ARMS (12Noon and 7:30PM)

    April 20  LUNGS (7:30PM)

    April 21  ensemble (8AM); LUNGS (10AM); EYES (12Noon)

    April 28  ensemble

    May 5  LUNGS (8AM and 11AM)

    May 12  EYES (11AM)

    May 19  ARMS (8AM and 11AM)

    May 26  Older Sunday School

    May 30  LUNGS (7:30PM)

    June 2  ensemble

    June 8  LUNGS (7:30PM)

    June 9  EYES (11AM)

    June 16  ARMS (8AM and 11AM)

    June 23  Younger and Older Sunday School (7:30PM)

    June 30  EYES (11AM)

     

    DO YOU PLAY A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT?  If you play an instrument and would like to play during Liturgies, please communicate with Cantor Boehler (jeanboehler@gmail.com) or Pastor (718.324.1288 extension 102 or pastor@redeemerlutheranbronx.org) so that you may be a part of Redeemer EARS—Enthusiastically Adoring our Redeemer in Song.  For more information, please communicate with Cantor Boehler.

     

    REHEARSALS FOR LUNGS.  There are no rehearsals on the following days: December 8 April 20   June 8  June 22

     

    SOME UPCOMING HOLY BAPTISMS

    December 16 at 11AM

     Shiloh Richards (Devon and Lisa Richards’ child)

    April 20 at 7:30PM—Great Vigil of Easter

     Adult catechumens

    June 8 at 7:30PM—Vigil of Pentecost

     Youth catechumens

     

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  • Fellowship

    “So we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of each other.” (Romans 12:5)

     

    PLEASE JOIN US FOR FELLOWSHIP (food and beverages) AFTER THE LITURGIES.

    Typically:  after 7PM Liturgy and 8AM Liturgy—in the narthex (where our coats are hung)

    After 11AM Liturgy—in the undercroft (downstairs)

     

    SPECIAL FELLOWSHIP HOURS BEING HOSTED.  Be sure to note the following special fellowship hours being hosted by various people and auxiliaries at Redeemer:

    December 16:  LIPS hosting Lenore Wittrock’s 90th birthday celebration

    For information about fellowship after the 7PM Liturgy, please communicate with Deaconess or Pastor.

    For information about fellowship after the 8AM Liturgy, please communicate with Janet Swaby and Joan Reid.

    For information about fellowship after the 11AM Liturgy, please communicate with Samantha Hewitt and Claudette Morrison.

    As always, refreshments are offered after each Liturgy, providing opportunity for ongoing fellowship and sharing.

     

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  • Education

    “And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart.” (Deuteronomy 6:6)

     

    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION HOUR is every Sunday at 9:45AM.  Age-appropriate sessions are offered for all ages.  Please participate and grow in your understanding and appreciation of the Word of the Lord.

     

    FRIDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY meets at 10AM during the academic year (September through June) as volunteers bring breakfast food to share.  The session usually concludes by 11:45AM or 12Noon.

     

    THE ADULT CATECHUMENATE meets on Sundays at 9:45AM. If you are not yet baptized, not yet confirmed, want to join this congregation or want to learn more about this congregation or the Christian faith, please communicate with Deaconess or Pastor.

     

    THE YOUTH CATECHUMENATE meets on Wednesdays at 5PM and Fridays at 7PM.  If you are in grades 7-12 are not baptized, confirmed, or receiving the Lord’s Supper or if you want to join the Church, please communicate with Deaconess or Pastor.

     

    SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM.   The Sunday School Christmas Program is scheduled for Friday, December 28 at 7:30PM.

     

    DRESS REHEARSAL FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM.  The dress rehearsal for the Sunday School Christmas Program is on Thursday, December 27 at 1PM.

     

    AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH PRESENTATION.  The African American History Month Presentation is on Sunday, February 3 at 2PM.

     

    HOMEWORK HELP AND TUTORING.  If you are in need of assistance with tutoring for examinations, homework help and the like, please contact the Parish Office.

     

     

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  • Stewardship

    “Contribute to the needs of the saints.” (Romans 12:13)

     

    COLLECTING UNDERWEAR FOR THOSE IN NEED.  This year, under the Advent and Christmas tree that is decorated with our pictures, we shall collect underwear for children, women, and men.  Only new underwear in packages can be accepted.  You may bring them all during the Advent season.

     

    HELPING WITH THE CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES.  If you wish to contribute financially to this effort, please make your check payable to “Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church” or pay with cash or via redeemerlutheranbronx.org and one hundred percent of your contributions will go directly to those who are in need in California.

     

    CATCHING UP AND DEMOLISHING THE DEFICIT.  It is time to catch up with your offerings for 2018.  Our deficit is not pleasing to our Lord.  Please catch up with your gifts and worship our Lord with your offerings before the year ends.

     

    SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFERING.  Our Special Christmas Offering effort has begun.  Enevelopes are included in the bulletin and are being mailed to you.  The special collection will happen on December 15-16.  Please do what you can to make the big difference in our neighborhood and contribute to this special deficit-defeating effort.  Also, please pass envelopes along to your friends and family members, especially to those who benefit from the gifts our Lord has given to us at Redeemer.  Thank you in advance for your effort with this.

     

    PURCHASE WITH PURPOSE:  AMAZON SMILE FOUNDATION.  AMAZON SMILE is offering a matching funds opportunity for those who shop using them and listing Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in The Bronx as the beneficiary.  This is the link for those who wish to add Redeemer as their beneficiary:

    Shop for everyone on your gift list this holiday at http://smile.amazon.com/ch/13-1869316 and Amazon donates to Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church. #YouShopAmazonDonates

     

    FINANCIAL STATEMENTS CAN BE EMAILED TO YOU.  131 people now receive their quarterly financial contribution statements via e-mail.  This is an efficient manner to receive information that saves paper and postage.  If you are interested in receiving your statement by email, please email financialsecretary@redeemerlutheranbronx.org

     

    SOME REQUESTS CONNECTED WITH USING OFFERING ENVELOPES.  As you use offering envelopes, the following will be helpful for Redeemer as we keep records for contributors:

    1. Discard all envelopes from the previous year.  Do not use envelopes from previous years.

    2. Do not change the dates on the envelopes; keep the dates that are printed on them.

    3. Use the offering envelopes you were assigned this year for your monetary contributions this year.

    4. Include your envelope number with any special contributions you make.

    5. Unless a contribution has been designated to a special offering, it will be allocated to the general fund.

    Thank you for all your contributions as Redeemer “receives, teaches, celebrates and shares Christ Jesus.”

     

    BRICKS.  Order yours today for $80.00 dollars.  Forms are available at www.redeemerlutheranbronx.org, in the mail slot outside the restrooms on the lower level, or from the parish office.  The profits assist us with our capital improvement projects at Redeemer.  Purchase a brick or more today.

     

    EMPTY INK CARTRIDGES.  Thank you to all who bring to Redeemer their empty ink cartridges.  It saves us a lot of money.  You may also drop off those cartridges at Staples and indicate “Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church” with the phone number 718.324.1288 so that Redeemer may receive the business rewards credit.

     

    POSTAGE STAMPS ARE NEEDED.  The LWML is collecting used postage stamps to help fund ministry to the blind and to the deaf.  Please bring the envelope with the stamp on it (so that the stamp may be cut in the proper way) and place it in the “Old Stamps” mailbox downstairs outside the undercroft by the restrooms.

     

    FILL YOUR MITE BOX.  Please continue to use the mite boxes.  If you need one, they are in a basket under the narthex pew (in the back of the church).  The money from the mite boxes are used to pay for the Mission Grant from the Atlantic District Lutheran Women’s Missionary League.  Redeemer is receiving a grant from the 2014-2015 biennium through the money collected in these mite boxes throughout the Atlantic District. Full Mite Boxes may be placed in Cecile Walker’s mailbox downstairs outside the undercroft by the restrooms.  Thank you.

     

    WE CONTINUE TO COLLECT BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION for The Lutheran School of Our Saviour in the Bronx.  If you have any, please bring them to the “Box Tops” mailbox downstairs just outside the undercroft.

     

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  • EYES - Energetic Youth Engaged in Service—Youth Group

    “How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to Your Word.”

    (Psalm 119:9)

     

    TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR OUR SAVIOUR GYM NIGHTS.  EYES is scheduled to go to Our Saviour’s gym on the following dates:

    December 7  January 11  February 15  March 15  April 5  May 10   June 28

     

    LCMS NATIONAL YOUTH GATHERING.  A number of youth and adults are attending the upcoming Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod National Youth Gathering in Minneapolis, Minnesota this summer (July 11-15).  The cost per person is $1500.  Thanks be to God for those who have been supporting our young people with their donations and even underwriting the cost of a youth to attend.  Thanks be to God also for our auxiliaries that are supporting this fundraising effort and giving money for youth to attend the gathering (LEGS, LIPS, WRISTS).  Thanks be to God for EYES for their many fundraisers to pay for this youth gathering as well.

    The following people have been registered to attend:

    Youth:

    Kenisha Barrett  Kayla Cummings   Michelle Danville  Madison Kelly

    Lauren Lucario  Delano Mallet  Jayson Rochester    Jonathan Rodriguez

    Julia Rodriguez  Nathan Seoprasad  Rasheed Smikle   Marques Van Duyne

    Chaperones:

    Chanel Cummings  Eric Sandblom  Deaconess   Pastor

    Let us continue to keep all in our prayers.

     

    EYES FUNDRAISER WEEKEND.  EYES is having a sale of items on the weekend of December 1-2.  It is a white elephant sale of sorts.  Let us support our young people and shop for Christmas at the same time.

     

    ADDITIONAL EYES FUNDRAISERS.  There are additional fundraisers for the National Youth Gathering scheduled for January 19-20 and April 27-28.  Donations for the upcoming National Youth Gathering always are welcomed and encouraged.

     

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  • HEARTS - Here, Eager And Ready To Serve—Young Adults’ Group

    “Your young men shall see visions.” (Joel 2:28)

     

    EPIPHANY AND GOOD FRIDAY.  Please set aside January 6 and April 19 on your calendars for Epiphany and Good Friday dramas.  Rehearsals will precede each event.

     

    FINANCIAL PLANNING SEMINAR.  Redeemer HEARTS and LEGS are hosting a financial seminar on Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30PM.  Our own Darryl Thompson will work with others to help us to learn how to plan with respect to our finances.  If you are interested in attending, please contact the Parish Office or John Swaby (President of LEGS).

     

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  • LAPS - Learning to Assist Parents and Seniors—Support for Caregivers

    “Your young men shall see visions.” (Joel 2:28)

     

    MEDICAL EQUIPMENT.  If you have need of some medical equipment (crutches, wheel chair, travel chair, canes, etc.), please contact the Parish Office before your purchase things.  Often times, people donate these items to Redeemer so that they can be passed along to others for their use.

     

    CARE FOR THE CAREGIVER SERIES.  NYS Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, United States Congressional Representative Elliot Engel, New York State Senator Jamaal Bailey, New York City Council Member Andy King in conjunction with Columbia University Medical Center (Caringkind, the Heart of Alzheimer’s Garegiving) is hosting “Care for the Caregiver Series event on Alzheimer’s Disease” on Thursday, December 6 from 7PM to 9PM at the Williamsbridge NAACP ECEC, 680 East 219th Street (off White Plains Road).  Topics include “Normal Aging versus Dementia: What Do You Need to Know?” along with other resources.  Please RSVP to the office of Council Member Andy King at 718.684.5509 or 718.684.5511 or email to smelius@council.nyc.gov.  Refreshments will be served.

     

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  • LEGS - League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in Service--Men’s Group

    “Blessed it the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life…” (James 1:12)

     

    LEGS MEETINGS.  Redeemer LEGS (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in Service) is meeting at 9AM on the following days:

    January 5 February 2 March 2  April 6 May 4  June 1  July 6

     

    ADVENT DINNER DANCE.  The LEGS Advent Dinner Dance is scheduled for Saturday, December 8 at 6PM.  The cost of the ticket for this fundraiser is $50 a person.  Tickets are available from LEGS members.

     

    LEGS GENTLEMEN’S BREAKFAST.  The LEGS Gentlemen’s Breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, March 23 at 9AM.  The speaker is The Rev. Deric Taylor, Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.

     

     

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  • LIPS - Ladies in Prayer and Service--Women’s Group

    “Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.” (Proverbs 31:30)

     

    LIPS MEETINGS.  Redeemer LIPS (Ladies In Prayer and Service) has changed its meeting time.  Please note the following general meeting dates at 7:30PM

    (There are no meetings in July or August.)

    December 3  January 7 February 4 March 4 April 1  May 6  June 3

     

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  • WRISTS - Women Rejoicing In Service To Society—Women’s Group

    “Serve the Lord with gladness!” (Psalm 100:2)

     

    WRISTS MEETINGS.  Redeemer WRISTS is meeting on the following days at 12Noon:

    January 7 February 4 March 4   April 10 (Lenten Liturgy followed by the meeting)

    May 6 June 3

     

    ADVENT LUNCHEON.  The WRISTS Advent Luncheon is at Fratelli’s Restaurant in The Bronx on December 3.  For more information, please contact President Charlotte Waithe.

     

    HIGH TEA.  The WRISTS High Tea is scheduled for Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 1PM

     

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  • Parish Administration

    “ Say among the nations, “The Lord reigns.” (Psalm 96:10)

     

    ANNOUNCEMENTS.  For this duration, we shall print only a bulletin instead of a bulletin and Announcement Folder.  We shall see how this works.  Please follow the announcements in the bulletin and on the website: redeemelutheranbronx.org.   You may also follow events on social media links provided on Redeemer’s website.

     

    GETTING IN TOUCH WITH REDEEMER.  The phone number for Redeemer is 718.324.1288.  The Parish Office telephone extension is 101.  The parish e-mail address is office@redeemerlutheranbronx.org.  Pastor’s telephone extension is 102.   His e-dress is pastor@redeemerlutheranbronx.org.  Deaconess Rojas’ extension is 104.  Her e-dress is dcsrojas@redeemerlutheranbronx.org.

     

    VOTERS’ ASSEMBLY MEETINGS:

    Voters’ Assembly meetings are ordinarily conducted in the undercroft at 7:45PM, unless indicated otherwise.  Here are the dates for the Voters’ Assembly meetings:

    2018:  December 17

    2019:  January 28

      March 25

      April 22

      May 20

      June 24

     

    SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE LAST VOTERS’ ASSEMBLY MEETING:

    + A number of people were oriented to the Voters’ Assembly of Redeemer.

    + Redeemer was in the red by $38,362.35 as of the end of October.  People are

    encouraged to catch up on their offerings and to be as faith-filled and generous as possible in the days ahead.

    + An update about the Tremont was offered as we move forward in faith.

    + An update was offered about Koinonia and Redeemer’s commitment to this camp.

     

    PARISH CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS.  Copies are available in the mailbox in the undercroft called “Parish Constitution.”

     

    JOINING THE VOTERS’ ASSEMBLY.  The Voters’ Assembly is the official voting body of our parish, making decisions especially with respect to the custody of real and personal property, temporalities, revenues and the administration of ecclesiastical affairs.  Please communicate with Pastor if you are interested in becoming a voting member of the parish.

     

    ALL PART OF THE BODY OF CHRIST.  As we continue to grow as a parish and as we celebrate the many parts of our mercy, witness and life together, here is a quick list of body parts and groups that we have at Redeemer:

    ARMS (Always Rejoicing in Movement and Song, liturgical dancers)

    EARS (Enthusiastically Adoring our Redeemer in Song, formerly “Instrumental Ensemble,”

    a musical instrumental group)

    EYES (Energetic Youth Engaged in Service, a youth group)

    FEET (Fun and Educational Exercising Together, an exercise group)

    HANDS (Helping All to be Neighbors in the Divine Service, formerly “Ushers,” a

    hospitality group)

    HEARTS (Here, Eager And Ready To Serve, a young adults group)

    LAPS (Learning to Assist Parents and Seniors, a group for caretakers)

    LEGS (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in Service, a men’s group)

    LIPS (Ladies In Prayer and Service, a women’s group)

    LUNGS (Lifting Up the Name of God in Song, an adult choir)

    WRISTS (Women Rejoicing In Service To Society, a women’s group)

     

    PERIODICALS.  Lutheran periodicals and other educational periodicals are available for your reading in the undercroft next to the Music Room, to the left of the refrigerators.  The periodicals can give you information about happenings in The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, institutions of the Synod and other agencies.  Feel free to read them while you are here.

     

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A Brief History

By the mercy of Almighty God, Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Bronx, New York, was founded in 1928.

 

Members of St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Yonkers who lived in the Wakefield section of the Bronx in...

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Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church

4360 Rev. Theodore Wittrock Crossing

(Boyd and Barnes Avenues)

The Bronx, NY 10466-1804

Phone: 718.324.1288  -  Fax: 718.324.2056

 

Email: office@redeemerlutheranbronx.org

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