Worship is at the heart of what we do at Redeemer.

Worship at Redeemer is friendly but not informal, relevant but not trendy. We worship using the liturgy, the age-old pattern of the church, which provides a recognizable flow to the service.

During this COVID season, Redeemer is offering virtual worship on-line and modified in-person services when it is safe to do so.  Both virtual and in-person services follow the same pattern and always include Holy Communion.

We Gather, we Hear the Word, we Share in the Meal, and we are Sent to do God’s work in the world.


Illinois recently recorded the most COVID-19 cases of any state in the country. With over 10,000 people testing positive per day and hospitalizations and deaths on the rise, Governor Pritzker has enacted Tier Two Mitigations for several regions, including our own. Our Reopening Redeemer Task Force met on November 10, 2020 and unanimously agreed to continue following Redeemer’s COVID safety plan – all in-person activities at Redeemer are suspended until further notice.

While we acknowledge that we would much rather be gathered together physically, we rejoice in the assurance that Christ is present whenever we gather in his name. Toward that end, we encourage all members of Redeemer to continue to pray, study the Bible, and to utilize the many online options that Redeemer offers, including weekly Sunday Worship at 10 AM and a new Wednesday Worship opportunity focusing on scripture and prayer at 7 PM.