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|Building A Better Milwaukee|
|Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011 from 5:30p until 8:00p.|
|Part 1: Creating Abundance Together: John McKnight, Peter Block and Walter Brueggemann will teach us how associations, institutions and citizens can create relationships that allow us to share our gifts and create a better community. This process will allow us to move from a narrative of scarcity to one of abundance. A $15 donation is greatly appreciated to help defray costs. Registration is required at www.stritch.edu/bettermilwaukee or call (414) 410-4646.|
|Community Transformation Project at Redeemer|
|Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011 from 5:00p until 8:00p.|
|The regularly scheduled CTP meeting will be at Redeemer where the presentation topic will be Community Mapping. Parking is available behind the church, enter off 19th Street.|
|Monday, Oct. 24, 2011 from 6:30p until 7:45p.|
|Outreach Training allows us to explore the principles of outreach within the context of Biblical reflection. There is plenty of discussion and reflection on reaching out to others in our community and ways that can be accomplished. Open to everyone, you don't even have to be Lutheran! Parking is available in the lot behind the church, enter off 19th Street. Enter through the parking lot door.|
|Saturday, May 30, 2009 from 9:00a until 12:00p.|
|God blesses each of us with spiritual gifts to be used to help others.
Do you know what your gifts are?
Do you know how to use your gifts for His work?
Pastor Mick will conduct a Gifts Seminar to help each of us discern our God-given spiritual gifts. We give gifts away and spiritual gifts are no different. We ask everyone to be here at Redeemer to participate and celebrate that the Lord is good!|
|Summer Choral Festival|
| From Monday, June 14, 2010 through Friday, June 25, 2010 each day from 6:00p until 8:30p.|
|In the short time of only nine evenings of intense rehearsals, we will be ready for two performances. This program is for singers that really love to sing and are not afraid to work hard at it.
Your director, Myron Heaton, did his undergraduate and graduate work with Weston Noble, Roger Wagner, Alice Parker and Paul Steinitz. He did his Doctoral work with Robert Page and Leonard Bernstein and was assistant to Robert Shaw for four years. He has directed many choirs of all levels and now is Artistic Director of the Myron Heaton Chorale - a professional choral ensemble. The Chorale has been choral ensemble in residence at the Salzburg Music Festival in five different seasons.|
|Summer Youth Music|
| From Wednesday, June 16, 2010 through Friday, June 25, 2010 each day from 9:00a until 12:00p.|
|Morning music camp for students 3rd through 10th grade. Global music experiences - percussion, singing and movement with music from various cultures. Voice lessons and group singing work. Guitar lessons - we even provide the guitars! Instructors will be Myron Heaton, Dr. Abe Caceras and John Lettermann.|
|JUMP WORSHIP WITH AGAPE!!|
|Saturday, June 16, 2007 from 3:00p until 8:00p.|
|Redeemer Lutheran Church welcomes the Coalition sponsored "Spirit 4 Teens" Juneteenth Day celebration. Free concert with worship at 6:00pm. Coalition teens 11-18 will gather for an afternoon of workshops, games, dinner and worship.|
|2007 Midweek Lenten Suppers and Worship|
| From the week of Feb. 28, 2007 through the week of March 28, 2007, Wednesday of every week from 6:00p until 7:00p.|
|Join Wisconsin Avenue churches in an ecumenical observance of the Lenten season with "Never Said a Mumbalin' Word." The service starts at 6:45 pm following supper at 6:00 pm.|
|Violence in the City Dialogue sponsored by Frank Zeidler Center for Public Discussion|
|Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006 from 2:00p until 4:30p.|
|Frank Zeidler Center for Public Discussion
Invites you to a Fall Forum on
Saturday, November 11, 2006
Redeemer Lutheran Church
19TH and Wisconsin Avenue (631 N 19th St)
Enter through parking lot door.
Join citizens in dialogue about one of the most urgent issues facing our city today. Listen to others who care about the most vulnerable. Hear what others feel are the basic causes of violence in the city.
Share your perspective and learn what others are thinking. Consider varying perspectives on the END OF VIOLENCE.
The Frank Zeidler Center for Public Discussion promotes, supports and facilitates community discussion among persons with a variety of viewpoints regarding important issues facing individuals, families, neighborhoods and metropolitan areas. The Public Conversations Project method of dialogue is employed to provide opportunities and a safe environment for people in the community to clarify their views of public responsibility and to understand more fully, how others develop their points of view.
| From the week of Aug. 13, 2006, Sunday of every week from 11:15a until 12:00p.|
|Join us at the entrance to the church for coffee, donuts and fellowship after worship. Parking is available behind the church off 19th Street.|
|Connections Senior Center|
| From the week of Aug. 31, 2006, Thursday of every week from 9:30a until 2:00p.|
|Plenty of food and fun for Senior Adults. Cost $2.00 per day. Transportation is available.|
|Sunday Morning Worship|
| From the week of Aug. 13, 2006, Sunday of every week from 10:00a until 11:30a.|
|Come worship with us!|