Church of the Blessed Redeemer worships together on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. For those attending worship in person, you can learn more about our current in-person worship practices and guidelines here.
While our church building is fully open for in-person worship, you can also join us for worship online or by phone via Zoom on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m., starting with 15 minutes of fellowship time before the service at 8:45 a.m. Our worship is also livestreamed over Facebook.
To access our Zoom Worship on a computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can click on the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84747199430?pwd=Mmg2b1AzTmpvcTZvUDg0S1JhSlRNUT09. Or go to https://zoom.us/join, and enter the Meeting ID as 847-4719-9430 and the Passcode as 962483.
To access our Zoom worship by phone, please dial Zoom at 646-558-8656. The Meeting ID is 847-4719-9430 and the Passcode is 962483.
To access a livestream or recording of our worship on YouTube, please check out our current YouTube channel here.
We use the Rite II (contemporary language) service from the 1979 edition of The Book of Common Prayer in our worship. (During the season of Lent we use the Rite I traditional language service instead.) You can find The Book of Common Prayer online here or download a free PDF copy of it here.
You are also invited to visit Church of the Blessed Redeemer's Facebook page for worship videos, posts, and other updates.
We worship together on Sunday mornings starting at 9:00 a.m. We use the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) in our worship, and sing traditional and gospel hymns. Our weekly service follows the BCP Rite II Holy Eucharist, which uses contemporary language and includes Bible readings, a sermon, prayers, hymns, and the sharing of holy communion. We also have a special time for prayers at the altar with the priest during the middle of the service, including the laying on of hands and anointing with oil for healing. Guests, please note that our worship service typically lasts between 90 and 105 minutes. Following our Sunday service there is also a "coffee hour" time to enjoy refreshments and fellowship with one another.