The Mission of Our Redeemer Lutheran congregation is to make disciples of Christ by joyfully sharing God's love with one another, the community, and the world.

For the Lord is good; His steadfast love endures forever, and His faithfulness to all generations. Psalm 100:5

I was glad when they said to me, "Let us go to the house of the LORD!" Psalm 122:1

O LORD, I love the habitation of your house and the place where your glory dwells. Psalm 26:8


Welcome to Our Redeemer Lutheran Church

"Our mission is to make disciples of Christ by sharing God's love with each other, the community, and the world."

Service times:  Sunday 8:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.

On the fifth Sunday of the month we have a single service at 9:30 a.m.  (March,June,September,October,December)

Monday at 6:30 p.m.

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Communications Update Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Brothers and sisters,

As of now our physical services at Our Redeemer are suspended. Our services, including those for Holy Week, will be on our Facebook page, YouTube channel, and web page. We will include bulletins with those services.

Beginning this Sunday church will be at 10:00 a.m. on our Facebook page. On Maundy Thursday and Good Friday church will be at 7 p.m. If you would like to commune, contact me, and we will set up a way and time for communion that maintains social distancing.

We are also restricting our office hours. They are now from 10 to 3, Monday through Friday. You can bring in offerings, or even chat for a few minutes--from a proper distance!

We have plans to start an online Bible Study--probably right after Easter. Stay tuned.

If you know someone who does not have access to the internet, please let Pastor Hageman know. We want to maintain contact with as many people as we can!

In a way we are like Israel in exile. The Israelites, during their 70 years in Babylon, had no access to the temple and worship there. But they did have the Torah, the Word of God, and they longed for the day they could return to the house of the Lord. They greeted each other: Next year in Jerusalem. And in God’s time, they did return. God was working, even in their exile.

This is true for us. We long for the day we will be together again. We pray for it. And God is working, even in our exile, to bring repentance, strengthen faith, and demonstrate His power.