Our building rest on a 6 3/4 acre site in which the original building was dedicated on June 19, 1942. The building is over 60,000 square feet.
The Sanctuary is the centerpiece of our building. It serves as the main worship for our traditional Sunday services at 9:00 and 10:30 am. The Sanctuary was modeled after the colonial Martha and Mary Chapel at Greenfield Village. It seats approximately 325 congregates. The Sanctuary is equipped with a full sound system, piano and organ. The Sanctuary is available for wedding ceremonies, funerals and other special services performed by one of our pastors.
Our Chapel is a smaller area for worship that is used for our early 8:oo am Sunday morning worship and Monday evenings at 7:30. It seats about 85 congregates. It is a cozy place for smaller weddings and funerals.
The Town Square is a welcoming area that has become the hub of Redeemer activity. It was added on in 2010 and houses our Sunday coffee hour, funeral visitations and any type of fellowship event. It is fully equipped with a serving area, 2 mini kitchens, and a fireplace.
The Fellowship Hall, located in our basement. The Fellowship Hall is used for Sunday school, Bible studies, and a variety of men’s and women’s ministries. The building is used on an almost-daily basis by such community groups as Alcoholics Anonymous and the Boy Scouts.
The Nursery is located off the Town Square. Our nursery caregivers provide a safe and loving environment for children, ages 2 months through 3 years of age, while parents attend church services and Bible studies. The Nursery is open from 9:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
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