Sunday, September 22, we are at the
The GARDEN is located One block North of our normal location
3929 Woodward Ave. (Street parking is free on Sundays)
(there will be no Sunday School at the Garden)
Our mission can best be described as the three loves Love for God—Love for One Another—Love for the City
Specifically, we are making disciples for Jesus Christ by Loving God through Faithful Worship, Loving One Another through the building of Authentic Community, and Loving Our City through Intentional engagement.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.
The CUBE (at Orchestra Hall)
3711 Woodward Ave.
Free parking is available in Orchestra Place Parking Garage on Parsons St.
See the map below for both service and parking locations.
Max Fisher Theater @10:45
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"Moving to a new city and finding a new church is hard. When my husband, two young daughters and I arrived at Redeemer we knew we had found our new home. A devotion to Scripture, beautiful worship and a foundation for Christian community are the aspects that keep us committed to Redeemer. We are grateful to have found a place in Detroit to continue growing in our love for Jesus, strengthening our marriage and raising our family."
"A few months after moving to Detroit and while still looking for a church, Anna discovered Redeemer while out on a run one Sunday morning. We’ve been coming together ever since. As newlyweds living in Detroit, we are incredibly blessed by the warm relationships we’ve made with other members of the church, and we’re continually encouraged by Redeemer’s "three loves." We are especially thankful to have found a church faithful to the gospel in the heart of Midtown where we live and work."