Like Milwaukee, our congregation is a reflection of God's diverse creation. Redeemer is a place where one's faith can be active and grow through prayer and service to each other and to the neighborhood. We are a close community with tight-knit relationships. We seek to know each other.
All are welcome in our community of God's love and grace--believers, questioners, and questioning believers alike. We live our lives as prayer. We grow our faith in conventional and creative ways. Cognizant of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, able-bodiedness, wholeness and brokenness, mental health, addictions, spiritual health, faith history, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, zip code, age, marital status, family role, housing status, musical ability, education level, immigration status, citizenship status, and every dimension of identity that lives within us, we advocate for the inclusion and equity of all.
In other words, all are welcome, and all means ALL!
Located on the edge of Marquette University campus and rooted in a neighborhood marked by both poverty and promise, Redeemer is excited about our community collaborations and partnerships to serve our neighbors.
At Redeemer, we are diverse in age, race, socioeconomics, religious background, and education. We draw together as a community of disciples, worshipping God in spirit and truth and serving others with love and faithfulness.
Our worship reflects our diversity, drawing from ancient, traditional, and eclectic elements. We practice thoughtful and creative liturgy.
Show and tell the love of God through Jesus Christ.
Redeemer will be seen as a gift to the community.
A faith community where no one hungers for food or gospel.
All are valued as children of God. Peace and partnership prevail.