Redeemer Is Moving!

This Sunday will be our last in the Hartcorn Studio, and the next week, June 16th our first in our new home, Annapolis Seventh Day Adventist Church. Thanks be to God.

Annapolis SDA is a warm, hospitable congregation generously sharing their attractive and welcoming building on a beautiful, hilly property at 1996 Generals Highway, just north of the mall. The sanctuary is light and airy, and there’s some space for us to grow, especially in our ministry to children.

The time of our worship service will remain the same—10AM—with our Adult Study continuing to meet 8:45-9:45AM.

There’s lots to be done, and there are some things you can do to help:

  • Write a thank you note to David Hartcorn and his staff. It’s demanding and inconvenient to have a business entirely disrupted every week.  Additionally, it’s not a space designed for dozens and dozens of people to gather on a weekly basis, so it shows wear. Redeemer has been the beneficiary of patience and kindness for years, and the studio’s been a really good place to grow. We have very fond memories and have made many friends there. It’s also been a significant place of worship for us. We ought to be thankful.

  • Join us this Sunday…and stay after worship to help. If we all pitch in, we can be moved out in a jiffy. There will be little heavy lifting, and everyone can participate.

  • Gather with us Thursday evening, June 13th for an informal open house and Vespers at 7PM. And if you can be there a few minutes early (like, say, 6:30), we’ll be moving our stuff in.

  • If you give by check through the mail, please note our new mailing address effective immediately: Redeemer Anglican Church, 209 West Street, Suite 201, Annapolis, MD 21401.

I think that’s it for the move, but there is one more very important thing you can do:

  • Pray for Ian! Due to a technical issue with his visa, what started out as a week of vacation to his home in England has turned into some additional weeks of exile from his adopted home as the issue is sorted out. He’s a vital part of Redeemer, and we will miss him. He really wants to be here with us, too.

See you Sunday as we celebrate Pentecost.