Redeemer Lutheran Church
Redeemer Lutheran Church

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Schedule at Redeemer


Tuesday, January 15           Noon   AA Meeting

                                        6:00 p.m.-Church Council Meeting

Thursday, January 17          Noon   AA Meeting

                                        7:00 p.m.-Choir Practice       

Saturday, January 19      5:00 p.m.-Worship with Holy Communion  

Sunday, January 20        8:45 a.m.-Adult Sunday School

                                        9:00 a.m.-Youth Sunday School

                                      10:00 a.m.-Worship with Holy Communion

Monday, January 21        6:30 p.m.-Cooperative Ministry Meeting

Tuesday, January 22           Noon   AA Meeting

Wed., January 23            6:30 p.m.-Confirmation Class

Thursday, January 24          Noon   AA Meeting

                                        7:00 p.m.-Choir Practice       

Saturday, January 26      5:00 p.m.-Worship with Holy Communion  

Sunday, January 27        8:45 a.m.-Adult Sunday School

                                        9:00 a.m.-Youth Sunday School

                                      10:00 a.m.-Worship with Holy Commu                 

                                      11:00 a.m.-Annual Meeting Part 2


                                                        Upcoming Meetings


Stewardship--No meeting scheduled

Mutual Ministry--No meeting scheduled

Church Council--Tuesday, January 15th, 6:00 p.m.

Christian Education and Youth--No meeting scheduled

Worship and Music--Thursday, February 13th, 6:00 p.m.

Evangelism--Sunday, January 13, 11:00 a.m.

Social Ministry Meeting--Sunday, January 13, 11:00 a.m.

Cooperative Ministry Meeting--Monday, January 21, 6:30 p.m.

Redeemer Church Women--Tuesday, March 5, 6:00 pm

Property--No meeting scheduled



Upcoming Events


Our Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. after worship service.


Sign up for a CPR Class

Through the generous donations of members of our congregation, we have been able to purchase an AED device (automated external defibrillator), an automated blood pressure cuff and a new first aid kit. Now we need to make sure some people are trained to use them in case of an emergency.  Current CPR classes train you in the use of the AED.  It is actually very easy to use.  Hopefully this is something we may never need but it is important that we do have it and can be used if necessary.   Memorial Hospital, through the Education and Wellness Department, offers CPR classes.  The next ones scheduled for the public are Thursdays – Now thru March 7 – from 5:30 to 9:30 pm.  BLS classes for health care workers can go to classes on Mondays – February 11 or April 1.  The cost of these classes is $65/person.  I am hoping that our donations might even cover most of this cost.  We could even schedule one at Redeemer for a little more money.  Please let me know if you are interested.  They need to know numbers so they know how many instructors are needed.  Thank you to everyone who as supported this.  Nancy Otte


Women’s Bible Study

The Women’s Bible Study will be held on Wednesday, February 13th at 3:30 p.m. The lesson will be on Rizpah and Women Taken in Adultery from the book of “Daughters of Eve.”




Christian Education


Adult Class: Christianity: The First 2000 Years

Do you know who Ignatius of Antioch was?  What about St. Augustine or Leo I?  How much do you know about the history of our faith, from Pentecost through the 20th Century?  One of the great things about being a Lutheran Christian (in my opinion) is that we do not ignore or whitewash the history of the church, and that history doesn’t just start with Martin Luther in the 16th Century.  The history of the church, all of it, is a part of our story-- the good, the bad, and the ugly.  It is the story of sinners seeking to follow Christ (and sometimes failing), of the work of the Holy Spirit among the faithful, of great saints who inspired great faith and great sinners who damaged others faith, of controversies and struggles over defending the truth of the gospel.  And it is a story that, known or unknown, still affects our faith and our church today.  The Adult class is delving into some of this fascinating history by watching and discussing the A&E documentary Christianity:  The First Two Thousand Years.  While this documentary is made from a secular perspective (and has plenty of flaws and inaccuracies which we will discuss), it remains a well-made and informative film (the best overall documentary of Christian history that I have yet discovered).  We will spend class periods watching segments of the documentary and then discussing and elaborating upon some of the topics and events mentioned in the film.  Please join us for an interesting and unique experience as we explore how the church came to be what it is and the ways in which God moves in history.  The Adult class meets at 8:45am Sunday mornings.  No prior experience is required for attending this class.  All are invited. If you have to miss any of the classes and would like to catch up, the documentary can be found online at (We will watch approximately 30 minutes of it each class).


2019 Church Council

The members of your 2019 Church Council are:  Sam Ebenkamp, Janice Hill, Carol Keller, Mark Kieffner, Bonnie Kreilein, Jen McClure, Angie Schnarr, and Mike Uppencamp.  The following officers have been elected for the 2019 Church Council:  President--Carol Keller, Vice President--Angie Schnarr, Secretary--Janice Hill.  Thank you for your willingness to serve.














Anyone with a prayer concern, please call the church office. If no one is available to take your prayer request, please call Brenda White at (h) 482-9106 or at 631-3609.  You can also call  Nancy Baer at 631-1397

Redeemer Lutheran Church

140 E 32nd St

Jasper, IN 47546


Phone: 812 634-1123



Pastor:Rev. Adam Ruschau

Secretary:  Kristine Harris

Worship Times

Saturdays  5:00pm

Sundays   10:00am


(Holy Communion is typically celebrated at all weekend worship services)

Sunday School  Times

Adult--8:45am Sundays

(year round)

Youth--9:00am Sundays

(durring the school year)



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