Redeemer Burlington NC

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What do we do? Easy. Come here to get your sins forgiven, to learn about God, to learn how to pray, to learn how to love and serve your God and your neighbor. 

We are a Bible-believing community in Burlington, NC, serving Burlington and surrounding areas by giving out God's word.
We are in fellowship with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Synod is one of those church words that means simply that we walk together with over 6,100 congregations in the US, and we're in fellowship with like-minded Christians on six continents.
What do we believe? Historically, we believe (along with orthodox Christians for some 2,000 years) in what is confessed in the Nicene creed.  The word creed comes from the Latin word credo, which means "I believe" . We believe that God has made us, and everything that is. That God did not  abandon the world and humanity when we sinned . That God the Father sent His son, Jesus, into the world to save sinners, and that God saves us freely, only by His grace, and without any goodness of our own.  That God the Son died for us, and rose again from the dead on the third day. That God the Holy Spirit speaks to us through His word. That in Baptism, God washes away our sins, and gives us new life, and that in Holy Communion, God gives us Christ's body and blood for our forgiveness.

Services

What's our worship like?

Who's welcome?

We meet every Sunday for Bible study at 10 a.m.. followed by worship at 11. 
If you're not a sinner, you can't come. But since all have sinned (see Romans 3:23) that includes everyone on the planet. We're a diverse congregation of young and old, of different races, and different backgrounds. What unites us is our need for a Savior, and the love that we have for God for caring for us and forgiving our sins.
In the worship service, our main "job" is to hear God's word, and to have our sins forgiven. Most of our service is from God's word. Normally, there are 3 Bible readings, one from the Old Testament, one from the New Testament letters, and one from the gospels. We stand at the reading of the gospel, to remind ourselves that we are hearing the word of the Savior. We also pray a Psalm, and sing 3 or 4 hymns, hear a sermon, and receive the Lord's Supper weekly.