Print

Welcome From the Congregation


The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer is a caring community offering opportunities for spiritual growth by knowing, loving, and serving God through one another.

Our vision is to share our belief in God and God's love in Episcopal worship. We welcome all people of the community to join our mutually supportive, loving congregation. We envision a cohesive, vital church community, wise stewardship, and a spiritually enriching place of worship. This vision encompasses our own growth and renewal, individually, as families, and as a congregation through serving each other and the community.

At Redeemer, we honor everyone in our tradition of “whoever you are and wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.”

 

Worship

The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in San Rafael invites you to experience engaging worship in a supportive and caring environment.

Sunday Worship Schedule

10:00 am    Holy Eucharist
Family-friendly and inclusive!

Going On & Coming Up

Launch Redeemer calendar

Redeemer Community Meeting & Potluck

Sunday, April 6 11:15 am
Come and makes plans for what's next!

HOLY WEEK
Palm Sunday April 13, 10am Holy Eucharist
Maundy Thursday April 17, 7pm Holy Eucharist
Good Friday April 18, 12noon Stations of the Cross
Church open for contemplative prayer until 3pm

Easter Sunday April 20, 10am Holy Eucharist
followed by Easter Egg Hunt!

Marin Episcopal Youth Group
Sundays, 5:00 to 6:30 pm
Welcoming everyone in high school or middle school!  Meets at Church of the Nativity, 333 Ellen Drive, San Rafael
Daniel London, Youth Minister
Click here for the MEYG website!


 

The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
The Rev. Molly Elizabeth Haws • Priest-In-Charge
The Right Rev. Marc Handley Andrus • Bishop of California
123 Knight Drive • San Rafael • CA • 94901
415-456-0508
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer is a
Mission Congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of California