New Class Offering!
Because of the nature of the class, it will be limited to 20 students. Once you pre-register, you will be able to pick up a copy of the text from the Reception Desk at Redeemer. The text and the class are free.
The text is American Sign Language for Beginners: Learing Signing Essentials in 30 Days by Rochelle Barlow.
For more information, contact William Bolick.
Are you a single adult who would like to gather for study, service, support & fun?
We’ve organized a new group just for us! Join our next meeting on Thursday, March 18th at 7 pm and help to plan the future direction of the group, Single Adults Connecting. We plan to meet for several months on the 3rd Thursday of the month before looking to include activities with single adults from other Atlanta places of worship. Once the pandemic passes, we hope to include excursions into our mix of activities.
Adults at Redeemer
Adults bring their varied life, faith and professional experiences to the work of the church. Whether as elected members of Congregation Council, Ministry Team leaders and members, Sunday School teachers, Ushers, Altar Guild members or countless other volunteer roles, adults provide the lay leadership required for Redeemer to live out its values. There’s always work to be done, but there is fellowship, service, and faith development along the way.
Study and Social Groups for Adults
Study Groups & Classes
In addition to seasonal book study groups like the Lenten Book Study and the Fall Book Study, Redeemer has a multiple regular study groups and classes for adults:
- Adult Bible Study, Tuesdays at 7:30 am
- Early Bird Bible Study, Wednesdays at 4 pm
- Pastor’s Class led by the Senior Pastor, Wednesdays at 6 pm
- Beyond Words book study, Wednesdays at 6 pm (not currently meeting)
- Rotating Adult Sunday School classes, Sundays at 9:00 am
- Mysteries of the Faith, Sundays at 9:00 am
- Be Still and Journey Bible Study for Women, Sundays at 9:00 am
- Middle School Parents, Sundays at 9:00 am
Fellowship and Service Groups
Redeemer has a number of groups oriented around common interests such as:
- Faithful Hands, who knit and crochet, Wednesdays at 6 pm
- Quilters who make quilts for Lutheran World Relief, 2nd & 4th Monday at 9am
- Redeemer Gardeners, Thursdays at 10 am
- Redeemer Bloomers, Saturdays at 10 am
- Northside Circle (WELCA), 2nd Wednesdays at 10 am
- Sisters of the Good Shepherd (WELCA), 4th Sundays from 12:30 – 2 pm
Redeemer is blessed with talented vocalists and musicians who share their gifts:
- Chancel Choir
- King’s Men
- Canticum Novum
- Handbell Choir
- Brass Ensemble
Service Opportunities for Adults
There are many opportunities to serve in the community throughout the year. Here are just a view ideas:
- Be a worship volunteer: Greeter, usher, teller, lector, Altar Guild, or Wedding Guild.
- Teach Children’s Sunday School, be a Confirmation leader, or teach an Adult class.
- Work on Redeemer’s annual Habitat for Humanity Build in late summer/early fall.
- Serve at the Lutheran Community Food Ministry at Redeemer.
- Volunteer at the Midtown Assistance Center, Our House, or Goshen Valley.
- Get involved with anti-sex trafficking advocacy with Redeeming GRACE and Wellspring Living.
- Join the Quilters in making quilts for Lutheran World Relief or join Faithful Hands and knit or crochet scarves for the Lutheran Community Food Ministry.
- Join the Prayer Ministry Team and pray for those who have requested prayer and/or write notes of encouragement.
Guest Preacher and Speaker Events
Redeemer regularly invites scholars, theologians and community leaders to speak to and teach our congregation on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. In the past, we’ve welcomed Mark Ellingson, Walter Bruggeman, and Dr. Luke Timothy Johnson. Redeemer has also hosted numerous authors as part of our Lenten Book Studies such as Dr. Barbara Brown Taylor and Dr. Diana Butler Bass.