Episcopal Church of the Redeemer

Ruston, Louisiana

  • What are the times for Services on Sunday?

    Our Regular Service Times are:

     

    Sunday 8:30 - No Music

    Sunday 10:30 - Full Service

    Sunday 10:30 - Childrens' Service

  • What Services do you have for Christmas?

    We have 2 Services on Christmas Eve:

     

    5:00 Family Service

    10:30 Midnight Mass

  • What Services do you have for Holy Week and Easter?

    • Palm Sunday 8:30 & 10:30 Service
    • Holy Wednesday Eucharist
    • Maundy Thursday service with foot washing
    • Good Friday - Stations of the Cross and Service
    • Good Friday - Easter Vigil in the Chapel
    • 9:30 Easter Sunday Service
    • Lunch following in Haskel Hall
  • What Programs do you have for Children?

    There is a Childrens' Service every Sunday morning at 10:30.  We also have Vacation Bible School each summer, and we also have a group attend Church Camp in the summer.  There are also several events for children thoughout the year.

  • How do I become a member?

    We would love go have you as members!  If you are coming from a church in the Apostolic Succession (i.e., Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox), and have already been confirmed, you would be "received" by the bishop of your diocese, in a ceremony that normally takes place during the bishop's visit to your church. If you are coming from a different tradition, confirmation would be appropriate. Most churches hold "inquirer's courses" for people interested in reception or confirmation prior to the bishop's visitation. You will want to speak to the rector or vicar of your church if you are interested. Note that confirmation or reception is NOT necessary before you can take communion, or participate in the life of the church.

  • Can guests take communion?

    All baptized Christians, regardless of denomination, may take communion in the Episcopal Church. Your own denomination may have some restrictions on where you may or may not communicate, however, so it would be wise to check with a clergyperson in your own church first.

Episcopal

Church of the Redeemer

Ruston, Louisiana