In each of our classrooms, we have faith development as part of an everyday curriculum. Who we are and Whose we are is not limited to “religion” classes, but permeates all of our subjects, thereby preparing our children for their future world—spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally.
Our chapel services on Wednesdays give us the chance to worship God together as a family. We have three age-appropriate chapel services geared toward each of our divisions: preschool, elementary school, and middle school. Once a month, our students from K-8 worship together as a family with chapel buddies from different grades sitting together. Parents are always welcome to come and worship with us.
STATEMENT OF FAITH
Redeemer is dedicated to meeting the needs of our community and changing lives through Jesus Christ. We combine simple, life-focused messages, a welcoming atmosphere, and a diverse set of ministries to help students grow in their faith.
We believe that God showed His true love for us by sending His Son, Jesus Christ, to be the perfect sacrifice for our sins, so that we could become God’s children.
We believe God is one God in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We accept the Holy Bible as the true Word of God. Through an understanding of His Word and His active influence in our daily lives, God works to establish a loving and caring relationship with us.
We believe that God’s Word is the basis of all theological knowledge. This tenet of our faith is the fundamental truth of Sola Scriptura or Scripture Alone. We want the children in our school to embrace the truths that are found in the Bible. We believe the focus of the entire Bible is Jesus Christ, true God and true man, who lived on earth with real people, living in an actual time in history.
The Lutheran doctrine of Justification is that sinners are saved by God’s grace alone (sola gratia), through faith alone (sola fide), for the sake of Christ alone (Solus Christus). God loves us so much that He washes away our sins through the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. We will share in His resurrection, thanks to His love and grace.
The Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion are a visible means of God’s forgiveness of our sin and acceptance into His family. Through worship, the Sacraments, prayer, Bible study, and Christian fellowship we are nurtured and strengthened in our Christian life and can continuously build our faith.
Jesus has called us to be His witnesses in spreading the gospel to all people and serving others as He did. As faithful Christians, it is our response to Christ to live a life of love and service to others. We continually ask, “Lord, what would you have me do?”
Redeemer is affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS), which makes us part of the largest Protestant school system in the nation.