Remembrance, Recognition, and Reconciliation: Opening a Conversation

Did you know that Redeemer preschool, church, and labyrinth are located on a sacred Coast Miwok shellmound? Please join our Zoom program in order to help open a conversation on how we can rightly remember the sometimes painful history of the land and its inhabitants, that hopefully such recognition over time will lead to closer relations and mutual respect for the living legacy of the Coast Miwok in our Redeemer and Glenwood communities. We welcome Alicia M. Retes, Sky Road Webb, Dana Hawke, and Doug Fryday of the Museum of the American Indian in Miwok Park (Novato) along with Episcopal Bishop Marc Andrus for a program of discussion, storytelling, song and blessing on Nov. 22 form 11:30-12:30.  Email contact for the Zoom link: The Rev. Jim Ward: or the Rev. Stephanie Green:

Native American Children’s Literature: November is Native American Heritage Month! Check out this book list for preschoolers and school-aged children for literature celebrating and teaching about Native American cultures. 

Sunday November 22 after 10 AM worship. Program begins at 11:30 and goes to 12:30.

Come worship with us Sunday @ 10am via Zoom ID: 833 7120 1278

During this time of “shelter in place” we will provide ZOOM worship services. Follow us on Facebook “Episcopal Church of the Redeemer”

We lament the loss of life from COVID-19