Join us as we relive the Passover Jesus shared with his disciples, at which he washed their feet, spoke a New Commandment, and gave us the Eucharist to remember his death until he comes again.

Join us as we relive the Passover Jesus shared with his disciples, at which he washed their feet, spoke a New Commandment, and gave us the Eucharist to remember his death until he comes again.

HOLY WEEK 2014

  • Maundy Thursday Services: Noon and 7 p.m.
  • Good Friday Stations: Noon, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.
  • Good Friday Service: 7 p.m.
  • Easter Sunday: 10:30 a.m.
"In Jesus, God became vulnerable to us. God drew near to us—drew close enough to feel the kiss of Judas, to hear Peter’s denial, to bear our mocking, rejecting ‘crucify him!,’ to endure Pilate’s horrific death sentence. Instead of ‘sinners in the hands of an angry God,’ I like what William Paul Young says about the cross—it’s actually ‘God in the hands of angry sinners.’” Read more of Pastor Tanner’s reflection on Good Friday and join us for awhile at the foot of the Cross.

"In Jesus, God became vulnerable to us. God drew near to us—drew close enough to feel the kiss of Judas, to hear Peter’s denial, to bear our mocking, rejecting ‘crucify him!,’ to endure Pilate’s horrific death sentence. Instead of ‘sinners in the hands of an angry God,’ I like what William Paul Young says about the cross—it’s actually ‘God in the hands of angry sinners.’” Read more of Pastor Tanner’s reflection on Good Friday and join us for awhile at the foot of the Cross.

"Jesus is simply all of the saving events of his sinless life among us, the sum of all his teachings, and because they are part of who he is as God and who he yet remains as man we may relive these moments as though we were there with him: most poignantly on the occasions when the church calendar marks the most significant moments of his history with us as the Nazarene.” Read more of Pastor Tanner’s mediation on Holy Week and enter the story of salvation.

"Jesus is simply all of the saving events of his sinless life among us, the sum of all his teachings, and because they are part of who he is as God and who he yet remains as man we may relive these moments as though we were there with him: most poignantly on the occasions when the church calendar marks the most significant moments of his history with us as the Nazarene.” Read more of Pastor Tanner’s mediation on Holy Week and enter the story of salvation.

“I am the one who raises the dead to life! Everyone who has faith in me will live, even if they die. And everyone who lives because of faith in me will never really die. Do you believe this?” Bring bells and join us for a celebration of the Resurrection—Christ’s and ours.

“I am the one who raises the dead to life! Everyone who has faith in me will live, even if they die. And everyone who lives because of faith in me will never really die. Do you believe this?” Bring bells and join us for a celebration of the Resurrection—Christ’s and ours.

WELCOME!

Take a moment to see what’s meant by worship that magnifies Jesus Christ in Word, Sacrament and Spirit and read a letter of welcome from our pastor.

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The 411

  • Service Times: Sundays at 10:30 a.m. / Thursdays at Noon
  • Church: 3050 Grant Rd, Rochester Hills MI 48309
  • Directions: The church is half a block south of Auburn Road, a quarter mile west of the intersection of Crooks Road and Auburn Road...just a few minutes from the Crooks Road exits off both I-75 and M-59. Turn-by-turn directions to the church from anywhere available at the "DIRECTIONS" link up and to the left. The Parish House (office, meeting rooms, food pantry) is adjacent to the church and faces Auburn Road.
  • Parish House (All Mail): 2225 W Auburn Rd, Rochester Hills MI 48309
  • Telephone: 248-852-4081
  • Email: contactholyredeemer(at)gmail(dot)com