Christmas Eve Service

Christmas Eve


December 24 at 7:30 p.m.

Lovefeast and Candlelight service.

Longest Night Healing Service

Longest Night– Healing Service
December 18, 7:00 p.m.
Church of the Redeemer Moravian Church
3883 Summit View Rd
Dublin, OH


An Advent service for those who are experiencing: Grief, Pain, Fear, and Struggle during this time. It is a simple service of singing, scripture, prayer and candle lighting.  We will gather as hurting people, seeking peace, comfort, and quiet. In the presence of each other’s honesty, we will worship God.

September 11 Worship Service

C-OUTDOOR_SERVICE_102Church of the Redeemer Moravian Church

invites you to worship

September 11, 2016 at 10:30 a.m.

We will gather by the trees near the garden

(land East of Emerald Fields Park)

Bring your lawn chair, hat and paper fan

There will be a picnic lunch following, bring something to share (hot dogs provided)

Everyone Welcome

Hanamizuki No Kai Concert

Church of the Redeemer Moravian Church is happy to be hosting

Hanamizuki No Kai – Columbus Japanese Women’s Chorus 

21st Annual Concert

 May 22, 2016

Doors open at 3:00 p.m. and concert begins at 3:30

reception following

Free Admission

Holy Week Happenings

Join us for worship During Holy Week

March 20, 10:30 a.m. – Palm Sunday

March 21, 7:00 p.m. – Holy Week Readings – A time of reading and singing through Jesus’ week before his crucifixion

March 23, 7:00 p.m. – Holy Week Readings continue

March 24, 7:00 p.m. – Maundy Thursday worship service and Holy communion.  All believers are welcome to share communion

March 25, 7:30 p.m. – Redeemer church and several others will join together at Smoky Row Brethren’s Church to share in the Good Friday worship

March 27, 6:30 a.m. – We will walk to the tomb (not literaly) to discover that the Messiah has indeed risen. After the service we will join together for breakfast and then worship at 10:30 a.m.

Christmas Eve Lovefeast and Candlelight Service

Join us December 24 at 7:30 p.m. as we celebrate the birth of our Savior.

The lovefeast is modeled after the early church’s agape meals.  The Moravian tradition is of sharing a small meal (juice and a bun) with singing, music and fellowship.  It signifies our union and equality along with being an expression of God’s grace and love

The lighting of candles is rich with symbolism and dates back to 1747.  The bees wax is a sign of purity, the light reminds us that the light is in the world.  There is a red taper at the bottom of the candle, it’s purpose is not solely to catch the wax but reminds us of the blood that Christ shed for us all

Welcome Reverend Jay Petrella

Our Joint Board is excited and pleased to announce that Reverend Jay Petrella has accepted the call to become our pastor here at The Church of the Redeemer Moravian Church. We are grateful for your prayers and for God’s gracious leading of the Eastern District Board, our congregation’s Joint Board, and Jay during this Spirit-guided call process. Jay and his wife Erin are planning to move into our parsonage in mid-June, and they are looking forward to meeting and getting to know you.

Jay grew up in New Philadelphia, Ohio where he was a member of the Schoenbrunn Moravian Church. He graduated from Moravian Theological Seminary in the Spring 2008 and is currently serving as pastor of the Bruderheim Moravian Church in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Before going to college, Jay made his living as an electrician, experience he also shared in serving Moravian missions in Central America. He enjoys gardening, particularly growing food crops, and is also learning to sew. And he sings tenor in the choir!! Erin is also musically gifted and enjoys playing & teaching piano.

Please pray for this young couple as they wrap up their work at Bruderheim and make the big cross-country move. Pray for our brothers and sisters at the Bruderheim congregation as they now enter the call process. And get ready to give Jay and Erin our warm welcome to Central Ohio and our loving support in the years to come!

On behalf of the Joint Board,

Phil Garrett, President, Board of Trustees

Ron Albaugh, Vice President, Board of Elders