Morning Service, Evensongs, and Special Offerings

Because we are blest with so many ensembles at The Redeemer, we rotate the youth choirs as well as the adults groups, from time to time. The main morning service is our 9am Service of Holy Eucharist, Rite II. At this service the Redeemer Choir always sings, but we rotate the youth choirs for this service. 1st and 3rd Sundays for  Choristers and RTC, and 2nd and 4th Sundays for the Schola. The Cherubs will sing about once a month at the 9am service. The Chancel Choir serves at the 11:15am Choral Matins service on every Sunday, except for the second Sunday, when Evensong is schedule for 5pm that afternoon. The choirs for Evensongs are also varied:

Beginning in October, and continuing through the program year, we will hold Choral Evensong at 5pm on the second Sunday of each month. Evensong is part of the Daily Office, the late-day counterpart to Morning Prayer. It is a non-Eucharistic choral service that offers hymnody, psalms, lessons appointed for the evening, choral canticles and anthems.  This service is also ideal for those who would like to experience the fullness of a Sunday liturgical expression without encountering repetition, as the readings and music for Evening prayer are entirely different from those appointed for the morning. 

The Redeemer in the evening is a totally different experience; the church space presages a hallowed experience. The lighting, the spaces, and the stillness of the sanctuary all beckon us to experience a deeper awareness of the sacred.  We hope that you will choose to attend a few or ALL of the following Choral Evensongs. All Evensongs are at 5pm unless otherwise noted:

Last Published: June 19, 2019 10:39 AM