West Virginia Flood Relief

As the impact of the recent heavy rain and storms in our area becomes more clear, we find that many of our neighbors are suffering, and we are led to respond in some way and become the hands and feet of Christ in the world.

Redeemer Lutheran Church is responding in the following ways:
1. We are praying.
2. We are assembling flood buckets.
3. We are working with identified families in flood-affected areas to assess needs and will be responding with crisis response, clean up, and restoration.

You can help by clicking on one of the buttons above to learn more about the actions you can take to be of help.

On behalf of Redeemer Lutheran Church we want to welcome you.

As you investigate our website, we hope you'll find it to be a helpful tool in discovering a little of what our community is about. Hopefully, you will find that we are a community seeking to connect with each other, grow together in our faith and life, and go into our greater community to serve. We at Redeemer continue to believe that the Christian faith is centered on the great reality of a personal God who has entered our world in Jesus Christ. And more, He continues to come to His people in Word and Sacrament. Because nothing can take the place of a personal encounter and relationship, we invite you to come and connect with us not only for the Divine Service on Sundays but also in the many mission and ministry opportunities for which we come together. 

May the Lord, Jesus Christ, bless you abundantly!

Rev. Frank C. Ruffatto

"For no matter how many promises God has made,
they are 'yes' in Christ. And so through Him the 'Amen'
is spoken by us to the glory of God." 

- 2 Corinthians 1:20

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