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All About The Cook-Out & Called to the Classroom

On Sunday, September 8 we are excited to celebrate and pray with our friends who are students or educators and hang out afterwards for a cook-out. There are three ways you can help make this event happen:

  1. If you are a student or serve in the world of education, come along on September 8th and pray with us for God to be glorified in your teaching and learning.

  2. If you are not, come along on September 8th and pray with us for God to be glorified in their teaching and learning.

  3. Take a look at the Perfect Potluck page and bring a side and/or outdoor game. One particular request is for a corn hole set. There will be a bounce-house for our younger members.

  4. Share the event on Facebook and invite people. A cook-out always has too much food. I simply do not have the refrigerator space for dozens and dozens of spare hotdogs, so please do bring friends. Worship is from 10:00am-11:30am. After that will be the cook-out, and of course people are welcome to come to one thing and not the other.

We are very excited to greet the new (academic) year with a celebration and some good food and fun. If you have any questions please reach out to ian@redeemerannapolis.org.

See you Sunday,



Upcoming Events

Called to the Classroom: September 8, 10:00 AM- 1:00 PM. A service of thanksgiving and commissioning for all students and educators with a  cook-out after worship.

Luke For Everyone: Bible Study resumes September 15 at 8:45 AM.

Second Sunday Sandwiches: September 15 after worship.

Discovery Dinner: September 19, 6:30-8:30 PM. This is an opportunity to meet our Rector and other leaders at Redeemer to share our stories and ask questions. RSVP to steve@redeemerannapolis.org

Ongoing Events & Announcements

Chapel at the Lutheran Mission: A spiritual community for those who serve or receive help from the Lutheran Mission. Every Wednesday at 10am. ian@redeemerannapolis.org. 

Thursday Evensong: 7:00 PM at 1996 Generals Hwy, Annapolis. 30-40 minute service of Evening Prayer with singing and scripture readings. Food and fellowship follows.

Food Bank: Annapolis SDA hosts a community food bank every third Saturday, and we can help. Non- perishable foods of all kinds are needed. You can leave your contributions in the “Food Bank” tub in the lobby.