Events

Homeless Shelter Dinner

Sunday, May 20, Redeemer will serve the evening meal at the East End Cooperative Ministry shelter. If you can help serve or donate food to be served, please sign up via SignupGenius or speak with Alison Oehler or the church office.      

Continue Reading

Waking Up White

May 6 & June TBD After the 10:30 services Fr. Michael will facilitate two discussions around the book, Waking Up White by Debby Irving.  The book finally arrived and is ready for distribution to those who placed an order.  Pick up your copy from Fr. Michael on Sundays, or Laura in the parish office during regular office […]

Continue Reading

Holy Week at Redeemer

3/25-4/1/18 Welcome Christ from his entrance into Jerusalem shouting your hosannas, to walking the Stations of the Cross, to recalling the command to love one another on Maundy Thursday, to seeing perfect love willing to suffer on the cross, and finally to the victory over every pain, loss and isolation when the Father destroyed death […]

Continue Reading

Bach’s Birthday

Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 3pm at Redeemer In celebration of Bach’s 333rd Birthday, Redeemer will host a concert conducted by Don Franklin. The concert features Brandenberg Concerto, Nr 4 (violin, recorder and strings) and Cantata 106: Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, in memory of John Goldsmith. With soloists Andrew Fouts (violin), Michael Lynn […]

Continue Reading

Homeless Shelter Dinner

Sunday, May 20, Redeemer will serve the evening meal at the East End Cooperative Ministry shelter. If you can help serve or donate food to be served, please sign up via SignupGenius or speak with Alison Oehler or the church office. www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0E4FA4AF2EABF49-may20  

Continue Reading

Great Issues Forum: What’s Happening in the American Justice System

Monday, November 13, 2017 from 7:00–8:30pm at the Church of the Redeemer Church of the Redeemer, Squirrel Hill, continues our annual Great Issues Forum centering on Race in Pittsburgh.  We hope to offer a fact-based, multi-perspective consideration of controversial topics in order to promote civil discussion and encourage members of the greater community to action.  […]

Continue Reading

The Music of Quentin Kim – Nathan Carterette at CMU

Monday, December 12, 2017 at 7.30pm at Kresge Theatre, Carnegie Mellon University Renaissance at Redeemer: Poets of the Piano presents The Music of Quentin Kim. Nathan Carterette performs the chamber music of Korean pianist-composer Quentin Kim at Kresge Theatre, Carnegie-Mellon University, on Monday, December 12 at 7.30 pm. This is a free concert and a […]

Continue Reading