Church From Home (Page 2)

Church From Home (Page 2)

Redeemer Makes the News I April 16, 2020

Redeemer Makes the News this Easter Hinsdalean: Fear, isolation, hope and Holy Week The Hinsdalean asked local faith leaders (including Pr. Katie) about the experience of Holy Week amidst fear and isolation. Chicago Tribune: Remote Easter services, with homemade communion bread and virtual choirs, bring congregations together Check out this article about Redeemer and…

Music Monday I April 13, 2020

SING! A blessed Eastertide to you all! I spent much of the afternoon yesterday watching various musical offerings from friends and relatives all over the world. I don’t think I’ve ever felt so connected to the larger church, yet at a time when I feel the pain of being distanced from my local church family. I hope the virtual music, art, and worship experiences available…

Easter Sunday Online Worship I April 12, 2020

Easter Sunday Live Stream Worship 10AM https://zoom.us/j/898769940 This is the day the Lord has made! Christ is risen, and through him all creation is made new! Indeed, “God shows no partiality” (Acts 10:34): Christ’s resurrection truly brings life to everyone. We sing hymns of praise, gather around sacred words, and proclaim God’s faithfulness, power, and love in the…

Holy Week Reflections I April 8, 2020

Holy Week Reflections The Christian Century has produced a booklet of Holy Week reflections that you can download for free. It includes questions for reflection and might be a great resource as you journey this unusual Holy Week. All you have to do is give them your email address. You’ll recognize the authors – Pr. Katie is one! Click here to download.

Music Monday I April 6, 2020

Music Monday We are now in Holy Week, under conditions most of us never imagined a few months ago. Yesterday we celebrated Palm Sunday, not by gathering and making a processional around the outside of the church building, but by waving palms, either real or home-made, in our own homes. Through the wonder of technology, we we able to hear Redeemer’s own instruments…