For Visitors

  For Visitors  
Thanks for visiting our website.  We're delighted you took time to learn more about Christ Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church today.


Christ Redeemer is a family of believers built on the rock solid foundation of God's word.  God's Word and worship are central to our faith and life in Jesus Christ.  Join us on  Sunday morning at 9:30 for an uplifting and relevant message focused on what God’s Word means in our lives and how Jesus Christ is who life is all about.    

So, who are we?
  • We are a Biblical church giving God’s Word first place in our faith and life.
  • We are a Lutheran church that proclaims salvation because of God's grace alone, through faith in Jesus Christ as the Savior of the world alone as revealed in the Bible alone. 
  • We are a Christian church that gathers to praise God, to be strengthened by his Word, and to reach out with the good of news of Jesus Christ to our neighbors in Christian love. 

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us. 
(For more information on what we believe)

You can call us any time at 203-378-1270 , or you could drop us an
email. And, as always, you're invited to visit us Sunday mornings at 9:30 for worship. We've even got a map and directions waiting for you.

What to Expect

When you come through our front red doors you'll be in our gathering area.  You will be greeted by an usher who will provide you with a bulletin which will lead you through our worship service.


Where to Sit?
Feel free to sit wherever you'd like, whether the front or the back. If you need assistance an usher will help you. 
 
What about the Kids?
Kids of all ages are welcome at Christ Redeemer. We encourage kids and their parents to grow in faith together as they hear God's word and sing his praise!  A nursery is available if young ones become disruptive but we encourage our children to worship with their parents.


What about an Offering?
We are glad to have you as our guest.  Please do not feel obligated to give an offering when our offerings are received during the worship service. 

More about our worship.