Active faith at Royal Redeemer means coming together for weekly worship and getting connected with others through CGS Communities.
Contemplative - Saturday 5:30pm
Reflective, interactive, and child-friendly, this service includes classic contemporary music and children's messages
Traditional - Sunday 9:00am
A structured order of service, robes, and hymns played on organ are featured in this service.
Contemporary - Sunday 10:30am
Current Christian songs and conversational liturgy are set in an order of worship that dates back hundreds of years.
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Connect communities are places to gather with people who share a similar interest or phase of life. Bowling, hiking, or dinner with senior friends.
Grow communities are places where friends gather to grow in faith and friendship. Home groups, Bible studies, men's and women's groups; find the right place to grow your faith
Serve communities are places where friends gather to do important work together. Property projects, guides for children or teens, mission team.
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Discover our Mission, Vision, Values, Beliefs, and History
Living Out the Love of the King!
Royal Redeemer’s mission is the same Biblical mission that is the calling of every Christ-follower and every Christian congregation: To love and glorify God above all things (Matt, 22:37), and to grow His kingdom in the hearts of others by loving the people in our circle of influence (Matt. 22:39).
We are family in Christ, reaching families for Christ
We are forever family to one another because of the cross. We want to see Jesus Christ at the center of every heart within our reach, because he is our life and our hope. His grace heals broken relationships, bringing renewal to family life.
Unity and Diversity
We are followers of Jesus Christ, joined together through Word and sacrament ministry, grounded in the Bible but open to diversity in our beliefs and practices, welcoming to all, valuing healthy relationships, praying and working together toward a life shaped by Jesus’ love and call.
Royal Redeemer is a congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, so our beliefs and practices are generally more conservative and traditional. You can find a description of our basic beliefs as well as specific issues at https://www.lcms.org/about/beliefs
In the mid-1980’s faithful pastors and leaders from three of our area sister congregations, King of Kings Lutheran, Mason, Immanuel Lutheran, Hamilton, and Messiah Lutheran, Greenhills, combined energy toward a new mission congregation in West Chester Ohio.
Royal Redeemer Church draws over 300 people together weekly for worship and study.
Ben Burge was ordained and called as Family Life Pastor.
Pastor John Benham accepted the call as Executive Pastor.
Vicar Ben Burge was hired as Ministry Assistant
The congregation completed a facility expansion, doubling the available space for ministry.
Pastor Anders Davidson accepted the call as Associate Pastor.
The congregation began offering a summer baseball camp to preschool families from our community.
A third worship service was added. Partnership with Lakota High Schools Sports Association Started
The congregation changed its governance to a policy-based structure to maximize volunteer resources.
The plans for a multipurpose family life center, a traditional sanctuary, and a two-story education wing were finalized
Parking was expanded to accommodate congregational growth. Sunday School was expanded to two hours.
The preschool expanded its ministry to 92 students
The congregation began offering a contemporary praise worship service in addition to a traditional worship service.
Royal Redeemer Christian Preschool was opened with a full enrollment of 52 students.
Pastor Joel Morgan accepted the call as Royal Redeemer's second pastor.
Pastor Mueller resigned and Pastor Lyle Rasch began serving as Interim Pastor.
Under the leadership of Pastor Mueller, the congregation grew in the 1990's along with the surrounding community
The original church building was dedicated on March 1, 1992
Royal Redeemer Lutheran Church was chartered as a congregation of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (Ohio District).
The Reverend Ronald Mueller accepted the call as mission developer in September, 1987 at Liberty Jr. School.