Anglican Church Of The Redeemer Celebrates Tenth Anniversary

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

The Anglican Church of the Redeemer will celebrate its tenth anniversary on Sunday, May 18 during the 10:30 a.m. worship service at Richmont University, 1815 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga.  The Very Reverend Ray Kasch, Dean of the Tennessee Convocation of the Anglican Diocese of the South will preach and celebrate Communion.  Fr. Kasch served the church during its early years.  

Redeemer began as the Chattanooga Anglican Fellowship and held its first worship service at the Chattanooga Make A Wish House on May 2, 2004.  As attendance increased, services were moved to Battle Academy, then to the current location in the sanctuary of the former Central Presbyterian Church, now Richmont. 

A luncheon for members and friends of the church will be held following the service.  All who wish to attend should make reservations by calling the church office at 892-1101.


 


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