Rejoicing Spirits is a worship service for people of all ages and abilities. It is worship that encourages all to share their gifts in a comfortable, shush-free setting where difference is celebrated and ‘can’t’ is thrown out the window. We are all beloved children of God and everyone needs a place to worship joyfully. Caregivers are a valued part of our worshiping community, too. Everyone is welcome to worship with us!
Rejoicing Spirits is Hybrid! This means that we have a limited capacity for in-person worshipers and will still be including people on Zoom as well. Due to new video-conferencing technology, it should feel like we are all worshiping together. If you are ready to come back in-person, we can’t wait to see you! If you still have concerns about Covid 19 or for other reasons prefer to stay home, please don’t hesitate to continue worshiping via Zoom. You are still an important and loved part of our community!
NOTE: Like all of Redeemer’s worship services currently do, Rejoicing Spirits requires RSVP for in-person attendance. Click the link above for attendance information or go to the ‘This Week’ tab of the website to RSVP. Look for the Rejoicing Spirits event on the calendar.
Rejoicing Spirits Schedule for 2021:
- June 13*
- July 18
- August 15
- September 19
- October 17
- November 21
- December 19
*We typically worship on the third Sunday of the month at 3:30 pm. When there is a conflict (like a major holiday) we move to the second Sunday of the month.
You can get more information by:
- following us on Facebook
- signing up for our mailing list
- Contacting Deacon Mary Houck
- For more information about Rejoicing Spirits worship across the country, or parent organization Mosaic, go to ww.rejoicingspirits.org.
When we meet in person:
Free parking is available right behind the church building or in the church’s surface lot across 4th Street. Designated handicapped parking spaces are available in the lot directly behind the church. We ask that those closer spaces be left available for those with the greatest physical need.
After worship, there will be light refreshments and time for fellowship.