OFFERING HOPE, HELP, AND HEALING IN
Redeemer Ministries Mission Statement
The mission of Redeemer Ministries is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus and the community of faith, offering hope, help and healing in His name.
Redeemer Ministries' Five Guiding Values
Connecting in Community
Celebrating in Worship
Caring for Others
Our School's Mission
We believe in the promise found in Proverbs 22:6 - "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is older he will not leave it." - Together with families and the church we prepare students for life-long learning and service by nurturing hearts and minds for Christ Jesus.
Goal & Objectives
Our primary goal is to help children develop a positive view of the future and acquire the attitudes, knowledge, and skills necessary to become successful, contributing Christians in a rapidly changing world. Therefore,
All students will hear, see, feel, and experience the love of Christ in their lives;
The teachers, parents, and congregation members will interact so that students will be nurtured with God’s love and grace;
Students’ attitudes and views of the future will be positively enhanced by the demonstration of spiritual values in the school community;
All students will be actively and enthusiastically involved in the learning process;
Classroom instruction will include contemporary technology and tools that encourage productive, effective, and successful learning;
The school community will provide a learning environment where children will be successful both as individuals and group members;
Classroom experiences will provide an awareness of social concerns which enable students to respond with Christ’s love to those needs; and
Enrollment growth will be encouraged, planned, supported, and implemented by the congregation and administration, so that the Good News will reach as many as possible.
We take great pride in maintaining our small class sizes of 22 students in kindergarten, 24 students in grades 1-3, and 25 students in grades 4-8.
Statement of Faith
We, the staff, believe that the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God. We believe that there is one true God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – Triune God, eternally coexistent.
Man recognizes God’s demand of perfection; however, because of man’s sinful nature he is alienated from God and needs to be reconciled to Him. This has been accomplished through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, God’s own Son. This free gift of salvation comes to man through the efforts of the Holy Spirit as He works through the Word and Sacraments.
Lutherans believe that a child becomes part of God’s family through baptism, which is the means of reconciliation with God the Father. All Christians are nourished by the study of God’s word and regular participation in the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
A true Christian, child or adult, will strive to make Christ the focal point of his/her life, recognizing the daily need for reconciliation and forgiveness, the Christian will want to share this “Good News” with others.
It is our desire that every student and adult who is involved with Redeemer Lutheran School support this Statement of Faith and make a daily resolve to submit to the power and leading of the Holy Spirit.