Redeemer Reformed Church ~ A Reformed Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Reformed Church in Minneapolis, MN

A confessionally Reformed church in Minneapolis, we affirm the great principles of the Reformation: Scripture alone, Christ alone, Grace alone, Faith alone, and Glory to God alone.

Service Times

  • Sunday School  9:00 am
  • Sunday Worship  10:15 am
  • Sunday Evening Worship  5:00 pm

*Our Sunday School goes from September through May. There is a nursery available for children up to 3 years old.

From the Blog

Reflections On a Recent Worship Experience

Where am I?

I am sitting in a row of seats with my family members for approximately an hour and twenty minutes. Another family sits next to us. A young girl, perhaps 7, turns on an I Pad and begins playing a game. She plays with it the entire time we are there. Her father periodically checks the twitter feed on his cell phone. In front of us sits a family with a young child of about five years lying full out on the chairs. He’s reading a Dr. Seuss book off and on. His older brother turns and looks at the clock on the wall in the back of the room many times during our event. The parents offered no guidance in any of this.

Is the Christians Mind Always at Peace?

To set the mind on the flesh is death, but to set the mind on the Spirit is life and peace. Romans 8:6

Does Paul intend to say by this verse that a Christian—a true believer—is never disturbed? Never anxious? Never struggling with the providential circumstances of life? Is it always like this for the Christian: that I must be carried to the skies on flowery beds of ease?

As I was preparing for a bible study on Romans eight recently I came across a discussion on this issue in William Hendriksen’s commentary.


Reformation Day Children’s Event

You are invited to our 4th annual

Reformation Day Children’s Event

Redeemer Reformed Church

1300 Lilac Drive N

Golden Valley, MN 55422

October 31st 2015


Download the flyer HERE

Who were the Scottish Covenanters?

What’s a Dragoon?

Who did they meet in Conventicles? What is a Conventical anyway?

Heidelberg Youth Camp 2015

Covenant Youth Camp is July 7-10 this year and the Christian education committee would like to get a head count of those planning to attend to make sure there is adequate transportation. Please sign up on the sheet provided on the information table in the narthex or by downloading and printing this PDF file. If anyone has a van or SUV they are willing to loan for the trip please contact a member of the committee or send an email to For any other questions about the camp please contact Rev. Sawtelle.