Elizabeth City, NC refers to itself as the Harbor of Hospitality. Church of the Redeemer serves as a Spiritual Harbor of Hospitality for all who come through its doors. We hope that the same hospitality God shows to us in Jesus Christ overflows to all who visit the church and to the wider community. In our life together, we emphasize the authority of Scripture, the presence and ministry of the Holy Spirit, and the family of faith.
Jesus’ invitation urging people to “Come” echoes in all of the services and ministries at Church of the Redeemer. Jesus explained to his followers that whatever we do to even the least of our brothers and sisters we do unto him. By serving each other, other Christians and those in the world that God is calling, we believe we are feeding Jesus, clothing Jesus, healing Jesus, visiting Jesus and blessing Jesus everyday.
We believe the greatest hospitality we can show to people is to lift Jesus up that He might draw all to Himself through the preaching of the gospel and faithful administration of the sacraments. We rely on the empowering of the Holy Spirit and the gracious gifts for ministry he distributes to all who are saved through Jesus.
You are invited, welcomed and encouraged to come and experience Jesus’ love in our spiritual home.
Church of the Redeemer, 207 Hwy 343 South, Camden, NC 27921, 252-337-7177
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Saturday November 1st, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The healing ministry has been integral to Church of the Redeemer since its founding. This conference is a step towards experiencing more of God’s healing and further developing our healing ministry. Redeemer will be hosting a team of ministers to help lead the conference. The conference is for everyone! Details of the conference and registration will follow. Please plan to attend. It is for all people wishing to experience God’s presence, healing and freedom.
Gail Windsor holds the quilt she won from Church of the Redeemer’s raffle to benefit The Benjamin House. Through the sale of raffle tickets, baked goods and crafts during the summer at the downtown market, over $1300 was raised.
The quilt was handmade and donated by Jackie Howard.
To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism — An in depth but very usable teaching of the Christian faith written by a team of theologians and teachers within the Anglican tradition.
Two options for participation:
- Tuesdays at 10 a.m. at the church. Begins September 2nd.
- Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Begins September 3rd.
The text is available on Amazon.com or can be accessed and downloaded from the ACNA website.
1. Silence July 13th, 2014 Notes to Silence Sermon
2. Church & Children July 20th, 2014
3. Hell July 27th, 2014
4. Eating & Drinking August 3, 2014
5. Money August 10, 2014
6. End of Life August 17, 2014