"Sunday (Sabbath), Church, and Worship comprehensively impacts all of Culture and Life."



Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), is a Reformed Presbyterian church.


We are a body of Christian believers committed to the Scriptural worship of God, the spreading of the Gospel of grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the keeping of our covenant vows.


Redeemer's Mission


To glorify God through Christ-centered Sunday worship, where the Gospel is preached and Sacraments observed in a distinctly Reformed, Covenantal, and Confessional way.


Redeemer's Vision

Calling all people to faith and repentance; to be a praying church family where believers grow in and are held accountable to their faith, resulting in fellowship, service, and outreach.

Worship Services

Sunday Morning services are 10:45 AM

Sunday Evening services are 6:30 PM

*Please note, due to Covid-19 evening services are currently suspended*


Sunday School begins at 9:30 AM

*Please note, due to Covid-19 Sunday School is currently suspended*

Redeemer also holds non-regulated services during some holiday seasons.

*In-person Morning Worship Services have restarted with significant precautions taken. Please contact us for more information.


For recent virtual services, please visit the "Redeemer Remote Access" page. For audio of previous sermons visit our Sermon Audio page

Pastoral Message concerning COVID-19

Dear Redeemerites and friends:

Paul wrote these words to the faithful churchmen who met on Sunday morning, in Phillipi—and they come from Philippians 4:6 & 7: “Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything, by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God which surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.”

As you know, much of the world is gripped in fear and dread of the coronavirus pandemic, and for good reason. But we who are in Christ and His church need not share this same type of alarm and trepidation. It is fine for us to honestly acknowledge our apprehensions; but, at the same time, to seek to grow through them, into a greater love for and confidence in the true God through our Lord Jesus Christ.

May the Lord bless you all; and may He see your hearts as He beheld the Israelites’ door posts and

lintels— namely, as being, “covered by the blood”—cf. Ex. 12:13.

The blood of Jesus, The Lamb of God, not only remits our sins, it protects our souls.

Always yours in Jesus,
Pastor Mark (for the RPC Session and Diaconate)