god with us

Ever wonder if God is really here?

Is He really part of my life?

Before Jesus was born, the angel Gabriel visited Mary.  He told Mary she would have a Son who would save people from their sins, and she would name the child Immanuel, which means God with us.

Jesus's last words to His Disciples before ascending into heaven were this...Behold, I am with you always, even to the end of the ages.

That's His promise.

He IS still with us!

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The Bible is more than a manual for godly living.  It is the word of God Himself.  In it God revealed Himself to the world and His purpose for it.  

Through it, God continues to speak to each of us, speak to our minds and open our hearts to the fact Christ is Risen!  He is risen and continues to live with and within us in the power of the Holy Spirit.  

Jesus knows us each by name, yes YGrinning Face U, and wants nothing more than than for us to seek the new life that comes through being a people redeemed to be His Body in the world, His Church.

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god comes to us in his sacraments

In it's simplest definition, Sacraments  are one of the ways God speaks to the world.  Instituted by Christ and entrusted to His Church, each of the seven Sacraments include a visible sign we can see, touch, feel and taste which points to  God working within us through His Holy Spirit.  How this works exactly  is a divine mystery we can only trust by faith.

For example, at the Eucharist we begin with ordinary bread and wine we can certainly see, touch and taste.  As these two visible signs of God's creation are consecrated using the very words instructed by Jesus, God's grace is known as His Spirit changes the very nature of the bread and wine.  They are still there for us to see, but at the same time they become the real presence of our Lord's Body and Blood.  And since our Lord is really present, they nourish and sustain our bodies and souls through our faith in Christ.

The seven Sacraments acknowledged by the 4th Ecumenical Council are Baptism,  Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Anointing the Sick,  Matrimony and Holy Orders.

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each other

Our new lives in Christ are lives of discipleship lived out in a community of faith Christ calls His Church.

At the Last Supper, Jesus told His Disciples that the world will know you are My Disciples if you have love for one another.

This is the love lived out at Holy Redeemer.  We're a group of ordinary folks inspired to grow in our love and care for each other so that God might use us for the world to see His love, the love known in His Son Jesus.

And it's in that very love we pray we are growing in our love for all God's people.