Our Worship Schedule

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Holy Eucharist

Sunday 10:00AM

Prayer & Fasting
Wednesday 6:30PM

 

A Journey of Self Discovery

Christ our Redeemer has been on a remarkable journey of self-discovery and reinvention over the past couple of years, a journey that is beginning to bear fruit. We have spent time discovering who we are and how we can jump into what God is doing right now. We are ready to move forward to relaunch as a church who glorifies God and seeks to reach people with the transforming love of Jesus Christ.

About Our Journey

Community Outreach Efforts

We know that damages from the tornadic activity in May 2013 spread far beyond damages from the actual funnels. One of the "outlier" damages happened at Crutcho Public Schools. This is an area bounded by Crutcho Creek, which had major flooding as a result of the rains that wrapped the May 31, 2013, tornado. The Crutcho School building basement was completely flooded with over 27,000 gallons of water that had to be removed. Over 30% of the students at Crutcho were affected by the storms on the 31st. Many lived in the immediate area, which is one of the lowest elevations in the City; others lived in the adjacent trailer park, which was flooded and suffered massive damages.

For those in need

 

Other Regular Events

Bible Studies

Tuesdays: 7PM Gospel of Luke
Thursdays: 10AM Paul's letters to the Colossians & Philemon

Vestry Meeting

Second Mondays at 6PM - everyone is welcome

Lions of Christ our Redeemer

Men's Group Bible study & fellowship
Third Saturdays at 8AM with breakfast

Nursing Home Visit (call for directions)

Hymns, Gospel Message, Fellowship
Fourth Sundays at 2PM


Recent Updates

Spirit-filled People celebrate God’s promises

Haggai 2:1-9, Psalm 145, 2 Thess 2:1-5,13-17; Luke 20:27-38

Spirit-filled People celebrate all the saints & faithful departed

- O Ancient of Days, through the outpouring of your Holy Spirit you comfort and bless all creatures. Gather from the four corners of the world all those who weep in despair or loneliness, those who are hungry, naked, or poor, those who have withstood oppression and are bowed in anguish before violence. Grant that they may rejoice in the new life of justice and peace that you promised your people through the compassionate witness of Jesus. Amen

This Week

December 7th, 2016 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Holy Eucharist and Teaching: Islam vs Christianity

We (US Christians) need to raise $103,500 quickly to bring 1,380 displaced Christians Christmas food and toys.

Send donations to the International Diocese, marked L4L (Love for the Least), or send to Christ our Redeemer Anglican Church, 204 SW 104th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73139, marked L4L, or to L4L directly.