Redeemer Lutheran Church
30003 Jefferson Avenue
Saint Clair Shores, Michigan 48082 U.S.A.
The purpose of this congregation shall be to extend the kingdom of God by the preaching
and teaching of the Word of God and by the administration of the Sacraments according to
the doctrinal standard of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and to foster Christian fellowship and
Rev. Jack Cascione's New Book
In Search of the Biblical Order :: 2nd Ed.
Our former pastor, Rev. Jack Cascione, has completed the revision of his book, In Search of the Biblical Order. For more information, please visit:
+ + + Exciting Mission News + + +
We were pleased to have five representatives of our congregation present at the first meeting of the United Lutheran Mission Association (aka ULMA) in 2005. This is an exciting new venture by our congregation along with two congregations in central Illinois; Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Decatur and Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Forsyth. Basically, it's a mission association dedicated to starting Lutheran congregations in the tradition of "Old Missouri". As of 2013, two missions are already underway. Click on this link to the United Lutheran Mission Association website for more information.
CD's from Dr. Shin-Ae Chun
Check out On Cherubim Wings, from our former Director of Music.
If you missed Dr. Chun's first album, not to worry. You can still get The Angels Dance.
Our congregation has been serving the Lord
since our founding in 1921. The Lutheran Reformation began in 1517 with the posting of
Dr. Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses
on the church door in Wittenberg. Our faith is
founded on the Holy Scriptures and the three creeds of the
We are a Christian Church whose teachings are based in the Old & New Testaments of the
Holy Bible. The exposition of our understanding of the Holy Scriptures can be found
in the Book of Concord (1580),
also known as the Lutheran Confessions. One of the Confessions is Luther's Small Catechism.
It is a very straightforward exposition on Christian teaching, written for parents
to use in teaching their children. It is also highly recommended for adults.
Our congregation voted to leave the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and become an independent Lutheran congregation on September 13, 2004. This action was taken due to changes in the procedural methods (polity) of the Synod in its dealing with member congregations as specified in their Church Constitutions. We did not leave due to Synod's "official" doctrinal positions. More information may be found on our What We Believe page.
In 1932, the Lutheran Church—Missouri
Synod issued a Brief
Statement to convey in a convenient form the beliefs of the Church. (This link
includes numerous statements on doctrine besides the Brief Statement.) Redeemer is in full agreement with the Brief Statement.
If you are curious, check out the LCMS Frequently Asked Questions page.
This page is updated regularly with questions and answers that are of concern today. You can also find similar information from the WELS Topical Q&A as well as the Evangelical Lutheran Synod's LearnAboutJesus.com website. If there is a question you have which is not located on these sites, feel free to ask our Pastor.
NEWS: We just added the ability for members and non-members to make online donations to Redeemer. Learn more on how you can help our various ministries.
But enough of the introduction. You probably wish to
check out other things...
And of course, if you wish to contact us...
Feel free to call the church/school office from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Eastern Time, Monday
- Friday. (The office is closed on Fridays when school is not in session.) An answering machine will record your message after hours. And of
course, there are many people available to answer the phone on Sunday.
Our telephone number is (586) 294-0640. For those who wish to send us a fax, the
number is (586) 294-4063.
Yes, we have email.
Attachments can be also be sent to these addresses.
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