Redeemer Lutherhan Church

Praising God, serving neighbors with Christ at the center!

  • Church Services
  • Food Pantry
  • Womens Bible Study
  • Senior Care Network

Service Times

Sunday School / Bible Study
Sundays 9:00am
Divine Service
Sundays 10:30am

Upcoming Events

Welcome to Redeemer Lutheran Church

Welcome to Redeemer Lutheran Church, also known as the “Friendly Lutheran Church.” At Redeemer  we emphasize the love of God revealed to us in His Son Jesus Christ. We are committed to the proclamation of this “Good News” through God’s Word and Sacraments. As the forgiven people of God we join together to confess our faith in word and deed. You are invited to visit us and discover how much God loves you. You will find many opportunities for personal and spiritual growth along with meaningful ways to make a difference in the world. What we cannot do individually we can do together and what we cannot do, God can do using us together as a caring Christian community sharing Jesus Christ with the world.

Contact Us

Pastor Mark Berlin

Pastor Mark came to Redeemer in 2010 after answering a call to be our lead pastor. Born in Ann Arbor, MI, Pastor Mark attended seminary through the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. He now lives in beautiful Northern Michigan with his wife of 28 years and their two children.

Pastor Jason Bauer

Pastor Jason is Redeemer’s associate pastor and leader of the Youth Group. Originally from Colorado, Pastor Jason attended Concordia University in Nebraska. After marrying his wife in 2001, Pastor Jason served in several roles at Holy Cross and Redeemer. An avid guitarist and singer, Pastor Jason also loves the great outdoors and spending time with his family.

| March 8, 2020

Christians can sometimes forget that the events that mark the beginning of their faith occurred within the context of real history. As we enter into the season of Lent we will consider the events that founded our faith. Here are some indisputable facts surrounding the advent of our faith. Something happened in the Middle East […]

St. Patrick: The Real Story Tops the Myth.
| March 8, 2020

Ireland’s patron saint escaped slavery and returned to convert the Emerald Isle. St. Patrick did not banish the snakes from Ireland. After the last Ice Age, snakes never returned to the Emerald Isle. Neither is there proof that Patrick used the three-leaf shamrock to impart the doctrine of the Trinity to the 5th-century pagan Irish. […]

The Gospel
| February 9, 2020

We as Lutheran Christians rightly understand that a person is born sinful. This is something that the Scriptures clearly teach, Ps 51:5, Romans 5:12, Eph 4:22 just to cite a few. When one considers what sin and evil is though, one confronts a more difficult question. The theologian John Stott, called sin and evil selfishness. […]

Martin Luther on the Coronavirus
| February 9, 2020

By Gene Veith The World Health Organization has taken the rare step of declaring the coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency. The fast-spreading virus that originated in China has flu-like symptoms, but 20% of the cases develop into serious and potentially life-threatening conditions, such as pneumonia and respiratory failure. Though the mortality rate is not […]

We have started a new year in the Church
| December 17, 2019

We have started a new year in the Church. If we were to be guided by scripture in making resolutions, one might be for the start of this new Church year, too, “Stay Awake.” In Matthew 24 Jesus pleaded with His Church to Stay Awake! “42 Therefore, stay awake, for you do not know on […]

These phrases — Witness, Mercy, Life Together — illustrate how the church lives and works together to proclaim the Gospel and to provide for our brothers and sisters in Christ in our congregation, community, and throughout the world. And in all we do, Christ is at the center, leading us, sustaining us, keeping us focused on our mission. This will never change.