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Our Mission Statement at Most Holy Redeemer
Most Holy Redeemer Parish is a Christian Community in the Roman Catholic tradition. The parish draws people from isolation to community, from searching to awakening, from indifference to concern, from selfishness to meaningful service, from fear in the midst of adversity to faith and hope in God.
The community of Most Holy Redeemer shares God s compassionate love with all people. The parish offers a spiritual home to all: senior citizens and youth; single people and families; those who are straight, gay, lesbian, and transgendered; the healthy and the sick, particularly persons with HIV disease.
As a parish community, we celebrate God s loving presence in our lives. In worship and sacrament, especially the Eucharist, we are nurtured and challenged to extend God s kingdom of justice, truth, love and peace by growing in the spirit of Jesus, the Most Holy Redeemer.
Most Holy Redeemer is teaming up with International Rescue Committee to collect household and other items for refugee welcome boxes. We will be collecting donated items at the weekend Masses beginning September 10th and 11th. These welcoming boxes can make a refugee family s house feel like a home. Please click on the flyer to see what items we will be collecting.
RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults begins with inquiry September 7th and 14th by appointmetn and session begins September 28th at 7pm in the rectory.
Saturday, September 10th: Free Women s Vocal Workshop conducted by our own Sabrina Romero-Wilson 11am to 1:30pm in the church Workshop is open to the public and all are welcome.
Saturday, September 11th: The annual MHR Parish BBQ in the Garden after the 10am Mass.
Saturday, September 24th: Liturgical Ministers Workshop 9am to 1pm in Ellard Hall This workshop is for Most Holy Redeemer Acolyte, Eucharistic Minister, Hospitality and Lector Ministries.