Royal Redeemer’s responsibility during this pandemic is to continue our work of growing the Kingdom of God by creating safe places and opportunities for people to connect with God and one another, grow in God’s Word, and serve those around us in Jesus’ name. We are offering both in-person and online worship and classes, following the guidelines for safe gatherings set by the State of Ohio. We believe our most important work now is to nurture souls, to care for practical needs, and to foster an environment where our common identity in Christ opens the way for unity across our differences.
Royal Redeemer is using the Ohio Public Health Advisory system for guidance on health and safety decisions as we schedule worship and ministries. Click HERE for more information.
As of the weekend of November 15, worship continues to be offered in person (masks required) or online via the Worship Live page of our website, Facebook Live, or YouTube Live. Any changes to these offerings will be announced here.
Royal Redeemer will not be hosting outside groups in the building through the month of September.
In keeping with the state-wide mask mandate, masks will be required in worship the week of July 26.
The week of July 19, Royal Redeemer will be offering worship in person or online on Sunday, and in person only on Tuesday at 7pm and Thursday noon. In keeping with the Butler County health advisory, masks are required at all services.
Due to the increasing risk indicators in Butler County, Royal Redeemer will be offering worship online only the week of July 12. Join our YouTube Live or Facebook Live stream at 9am (traditional) or 11am (contemporary on Sunday. Links can be found on the Worship page of our website. Weekday in-person services are canceled for the week of July 12. We will reassess conditions for subsequent weeks and communicate via email. If you would like to be part of these email communications, contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the Governor’s order, masks will again be required for worship on Sunday, July 12.
In light of Butler County being placed in a higher risk category for exposure and spread of Covid-19, we will be requiring masks for all participating in worship on Sunday, July 5.
What will worship look like as we re-enter? Take a look at the following chart. If you have questions or input, feel free to contact one of the pastors. Worship Details