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A Note from Pastor Dan

Redeemer Covenant Church is excited to welcome our new senior pastor Dan Thompson and wife Debi who began ministry on August 8, 2022. Here’s a word from Pastor Dan as written for the weekly digital newsletter to the congregation on August 10: May the Joy of the Lord Be Our Strength It is good to […]

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God’s Design for Diversity

Here’s a timely message from Amy Long, Director of Children, Youth & Family Ministry at Redeemer – Black History Month gives us a unique opportunity to highlight and learn from Black voices of faith! At Redeemer our vision is to be a Christ-centered, diverse community united by God’s redeeming love, growing together and going together. […]

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Derek Chauvin Verdict Response

In the wake of the verdicts in the Derek Chauvin trial, I invite you to join me in praying for peace in our cities, and for steps toward both healing in our communities and systemic changes furthering the cause of justice, wherever they are needed. I invite you to pray that God would use us […]

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Daunte Wright Response

I invite you to join us as our Redeemer Covenant Church family prays for our community in the wake of the recent killing of Daunte Wright. We pray for his family in their grief. We pray for those in our community, especially our Black brothers, sisters and neighbors, for whom this incident is one more […]

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George Floyd Response

I write to you today with a heavy and full heart, as I (like all of us) process the events of this week in our cities. Feelings of horror and outrage have kept me turning to God with questions of “Why?,” “How long?,” and “What next?” I invite you to join me in praying for […]

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Journeying Together

An Important Message from the Church Chair Laura Vincent to the Redeemer Congregation (as published in the March 2020 church newsletter) Jesus was known for his uncanny ability to gather people together. We think about Jesus and the 5,000, and we recall the stories of the crowds of people who followed him around. They wanted […]

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The Greatest Gifts

Perhaps, like me, you’ve found it a bit easier to get into the Christmas spirit this year with our January-like temperatures and dustings of snow. If we have to deal with the cold, we may as well embrace the festivity along with it! Favorite gift received I’m guessing you probably have an all-time favorite Christmas […]

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Rooted in God’s Word

The Bible has sometimes been described according to an acronym: “Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.” While this is memorable, somewhat humorous and a bit helpful, it really only hints at the fullness of what God’s Word is meant to be in our lives. Holy Scripture is God’s revelation of himself to humankind. While there are […]

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