In world of temporary treasures
we believe our one true lasting treasure is Jesus Christ; who has won forgiveness of sins and eternal life for all who believe in Him.
Redeeming Grace began in 2006 as a joint church-school mission of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod (the old Norwegian Lutheran Church). In 2008 we built a facility on the outskirts of town just past Rogers High and Middle School. Sadly, shortly after the 2008 crash, our school closed its doors.
Despite our school closing, God kept his promise to turn hardship into blessing. Today we have a wonderful multi-purpose facility, a thriving multigenerational congregation, and more than anything, a continued passion for Christ-centered, family-focused ministry.
Overall, our people love worshiping God, love enjoying great food together, and strive to connect each other and our community to Christ’s love.
Rather than writing about himself, Pastor Josh Mayer would love to get to know you over a cup of coffee. Along with conversation, he loves being asked challenging questions about Christianity, and invites you to pick his brain or just listen to his sermons.
• Being a pastor in today’s world means more than being a church administrator or public speaker, but the word “pastor” means shepherd. The Biblical model is for a shepherd to know and care for the individual souls in his congregation.
• At Redeeming Grace, we won’t see you as just a number or just another body in a seat, but as a precious soul which God has created for a relationship with Himself.
• Our pastor will work tirelessly to guide, direct, and encourage you through all walks of life, according to God’s Word. So that you stay connected to the redeeming grace of your Savior, Jesus Christ.
• Lutheran Worship focuses on God’s Service to His people. In worship, the Triune God visits each of us personally through His Word and Sacraments to give forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation. Today, Jesus invites you saying, “Come to me all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28.
• Our worship is called “traditional” because it is based on the timeless, intercultural, and scripturally founded worship practices of the Holy Christian Church, some of which are at least 3,400 years old! These traditions not only unite our multigenerational congregation today, but also unite us with the Christian Church of all time.
• During our worship, We sing hymns both old and modern because they express the timeless truth of God’s Word. As the Apostle Paul tells us: “Let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing songs, hymns, and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.” Colossians 3:16.
• On My Heart Time is a interactive family-style Bible Study for all ages.
• We begin as a whole group, cover a Bible Story, then split into age groups to discuss more in-depth.
• Children’s time is divided between time with parents, time with their Sunday School teacher, and music time.
• Adults and teens stay in our fellowship area for coffee and more in-depth discussion of the Bible.
• We put our faith into action doing community service and family-friendly events.
• We have On My Heart Time on Sundays between Labor Day and Mother’s Day from 8:00 – 8:45 a.m.
• The Lutheran League of Almost Mature Adults (LLAMA) is for teens in 8th – 12th Grade.
• We meet the last three Sundays in September, January, and April from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Supper is included!
• Our teens have Bible Study, plan events, play games, and find ways to actively serve their community.
• Our congregation is active in serving the residents of the Wellstead of Rogers.
• Volunteers in our Simeon and Anna Ministry help bring the comfort of Jesus to the elderly in our community and our congregation.
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