Reminder of Our Wider Redeemer Community

Reminder of Our Wider Redeemer Community

Every once in a while, I like to send out the church’s weekly email updates to the wider Redeemer Community, which includes the families of Redeemer Preschool. It is important for the church and preschool to remember how interconnected we are and how much our success depends on one another. For those who don’t know, my name is Daniel London and I have been the Priest-in-Charge at Church of the Redeemer since October 2016. I generally go by “Father Daniel.” Over the last several months, I have been visiting with the preschool classes (especially the Pre-K) and teaching the children about Christianity and the Church, mostly by playing interactive games and teaching songs on the guitar. I plan to start visiting with them on a monthly basis. Many of the children know me as “Father Daniel” and understand that I am the priest who works at the church “where people pray.” They are absolutely right! More specifically, we at Church of the Redeemer seek to embody the love of God in San Rafael and the world and strive to provide a welcoming place where all can deepen their understanding and experience of God’s liberating love through prayer, worship and service.

Although we always strive to make our Sunday morning worship services welcoming to children of all ages, we have a few Sundays each year that are specifically family-focused. The two big upcoming family-focused Sundays are Back-to-School Sunday (Sept 10) when the Bishop and I will bless students’ backpacks and then the Feast Day of St. Francis (Oct 8) when we bless our beloved pets. So remember to bring your backpacks on Sept 10 and your pets on Oct 8 to church on Sunday at 10 AM. Check out our other church activities and events by visiting our website, liking our Facebook page and scrolling through the rest of this email. Also, if you ever want to meet or chat in person, you can visit me at my office hours (3 PM to 7 PM on Wednesdays and Thursdays) and, of course, on Sunday mornings.

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