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Welcome. We are always glad to meet new people no matter what their hopes, fears, struggles or doubts may be.

In early spring of 2015, we were 11 adults and 9 children praying in a living room to grow as a Christ-centered community committed to the rich tradition of the Anglican Communion with an emphasis on Scripture, Sacraments, Spirit, and Service. We believe this historic expression of the Christian faith speaks to the issues of our modern world, to deep matters of the human heart, and to practical matters of life in this beautiful but broken world. We also believe the love of God and neighbor has the capacity to renew individuals and our common life.

Our Sunday Mornings

Formation Hour
9:00 AM

We have classes for adults and children.
There's an Adult catechumenate class
and children's Sunday School.

In consultation with our bishops, we have decided that we will meet inside for the formation hour. Everyone older than 4 years of age will need to wear a mask inside for this to happen. 

10:00 AM

We will have orange juice, pastries, and fruit.

Worship Service
10:30 AM

Our service is a blending of a traditional Anglican service and contemporary service. We sing contemporary worship music, hymns, and service songs.
We come forward for communion and use  small disposable communion cups, the chalice bearer will hand the cup to you. We will have two prayer ministers to pray for those who want to receive prayer. 
***Due to COVID-19 our service is under a tent.

What Do you have For Children during the service?

Christ Kids

For children ages 4 - 2nd Grade, we run a program called “Christ Kids” during the sermon. The children are dismissed right before the sermon for their own lesson then brought back before communion.


The nursery is for children ages 0-4. Before the service begins, you go to the check-in table where someone will help you and your child get settled in. Parents can pick up their nursery age children during the “passing of the peace” and bring them back to the service so they can receive a blessing during communion.

Activity Bags

Activity Bags are available every week for children to pick up.  Each bag contains books, various worksheets to color, dot-to-dot, word finds, blank paper, crayons, markers, or colored pencils.  These bags are located to the left as you enter the building.  


At Christ the Redeemer we care about community and see value in people being connected and known by others. We want to build community within Christ the Redeemer as well as with the local and global community. Follow the link below to learn more about Christ the Redeemer's community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Every Sunday we have many first-time guests, and we would love for you to join us as well!
If you are planning to visit, here are some things to expect:

What Happens in a Service?

Our service lasts about an hour and twenty minutes. We gather together in prayer and song. We hear from God’s word through reading and preaching. We confess our faith together. We pray for the world, our community, and our church. Lastly, before we end and are sent out to love and serve our community, we all come forward to receive Holy Communion.

Do you have something for Kids?

We see children as a blessing at Christ the Redeemer, so we provide a safe and clean nursery during the service as well as a children's program during the sermon. We also welcome children during the service if you want to keep them with you.

We also have a Sunday School hour before the service at 9:00am. 

Will I be asked to give money?

We do have an offering basket each Sunday. It is placed in the middle of the tent. Our offerings help us to keep the lights on and enable us to love our community. If you are visiting, we do not expect you to give.

What Do I wear?

You may wear whatever you want. Some people wear business casual, and others prefer jeans and a t-shirt. Since we are outside make sure to take in to account the weather, whether it's hot or cold.

Are you a part of a denomination?

We are part of the Diocese of the Carolinas, the Anglican Church in North America, and the global Anglican family through GAFCON.

Do we serve Coffee?

Absolutely! We have coffee and tea every Sunday morning. Feel free to come early and enjoy the morning refreshment. (We will begin having coffee again at the end of August.)

More Questions?

If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email.


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How To Contact Us

(864) 402-4324 

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