It’s hard to get to know a congregation all at once—to learn priorities, gifts (what they have a special flair for)—how the group uses its time and energy. Here’s a glance at some of the things Redeemer does now. Look into any of these, drop in and check them out, and hey—if the Spirit moves you—join us in one of these ministries . . . no membership required! As we continue to grow, perhaps you will inspire us to develop the next new ministry. In all things, we strive to immerse Redeemer in its neighborhood with graciousness and hospitality.
In all things, the people of Redeemer are striving to be a church that goes beyond the building. Our focus is on making connections with our neighborhood to build community. Click on one of Redeemer’s ministries below to find out more!
Join the Choir!
Music at Redeemer has a long tradition and an exciting future! Our congregation is blessed to have a striking and beautiful sanctuary and every Sunday morning we fill the space with music that is participatory, eclectic, and powerful. In worship we regularly feature beloved hymns, gospel music, music from around the world, from the earliest days of the Christian tradition, and music that is freshly composed. We believe that making music together is a powerful way to build our community and we welcome everyone to join us!
Join the team that invites, encourages, and helps to sustain us in our Christian journey. How will you plug in?
· Bible study/book club
· greeting card ministry
· phone tree/prayer partners
· neighborhood mapper
For more information, contact Pastor Lisa at or (414) 238-1043.
To inquire about any of our services.
Rev. Mick Roschke brings a lifetime passion for outreach to our monthly Outreach Training sessions. Outreach Training teaches how to build ministry in response to the gifts and needs of a particular neighborhood.
When: 2nd Monday of every month, 6:30-7:45 pm.
Where: Redeemer’s dining room (off the back parking lot)
Frank Zeidler Center
for Public Discussion
A civic ministry of Redeemer, The Frank Zeidler Center for Public Discussion organizes and facilitates civic dialogues for the community, neighborhoods, and organizations in order to manage conflicts, and decrease polarization and demonization between groups.
We hold public dialogues the last Thursday of every month from 7-8:30p in Redeemer's Dining Hall.
Each month, we also train facilitators in the Public Conversations Methodology. For more information, please see our website: www.zeidlercenter.org.
Who: Women and men 55 and older
What: Social time, Bible Study, a Nutritious Lunch ($2), Interesting Guests
Where: Redeemer Dining Hall, Lower Level
When: One Thursday a Month, 10:00 am-1:00pm; September through June
Why: Because it’s great to have a place where everybody knows your name
For more information, contact Michael Majewski, Director, at (414) 933-7004. Transportation is available.
Bee The Change Program
Bee the Change is a program advocating for the Bees. Partnering with the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion, Marquette University’s Noon Run and BeeVangelists, Redeemer has become host to two hives on the rooftop and a hive of bee related activity within church and surrounding community.
We spread the buzz about the importance of the bees and our need to support them. We teach about the bees while tending to the hives, bringing traditions and history like pollen and nectar to visitors and guests.
Come join our colony and Bee The Change!