For students and incoming freshman, Redeemer at Northwestern provides many opportunities to grow and connect with other students:
We offer weekly worship services, which seek to bring the great tradition of the ancient church into a contemporary environment.
We offer small groups and mentoring/discipleship opportunities. In addition to meeting weekly on campus in a small group setting, we are blessed with alumni who will gladly mentor those interested.
We encourage each one of our members to discover and use their spiritual gifts in ministry, whether through our congregation, one of our sister congregations, or through one of the existing fellowship groups on campus.
Church of the Redeemer at Northwestern is part of Redeemer Chicago Parish and the Greenhouse Movement, a regional body of multiplying congregations in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).
“What is Greenhouse?”
Church of the Redeemer at Northwestern is part of the Greenhouse Movement. Greenhouse is missionary movement following the Holy Spirit together for the spontaneous expansion of the church. The vision is to establish a Christian presence—a thriving church in every community to serve as Christ’s Body and to be a beacon to all the lost in the community.
“What does it mean that Church of the Redeemer is part of the Anglican Church?”
Church of the Redeemer was established through a movement of church multiplication of the Anglican Church in North America (Greenhouse). Church of the Redeemer is also Anglican in that it adheres to reformed protestant theology and retains the practices of the traditional church, following a liturgical structure of worship and celebrating the Eucharist (communion) every week. Students from a variety of evangelical, non-denominational, and traditional Church backgrounds have found a church home at Redeemer. We encourage you to check it out as well!
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