Grace. Grow! Groups. Go!
Sundays @ 10:00am
Fitzpatrick Ballroom at the Jefferson Center

Welcome to Christ our Redeemer!

Thank you for your interest in our church. Please come and join us for a Sunday morning service and consider making us your church family in the Valley. Weʼre all about the amazing grace of Jesus, who came to redeem our lives. We want to teach this good news and live it out in our city by loving God and loving our neighbors. We are definitely not perfect but weʼre learning to follow Jesus together. Come join us!

Service time:
We gather weekly at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings.

Location:
The Fitzpatrick Ballroom at The Jefferson Center
541 Luck Ave. SW, Roanoke (next to the Kirk Family YMCA)

Membership Class

We invite visitors to attend our Membership Classes, which are a great way to learn about our vision, our history, our beliefs, why someone should join a church and what the responsibilities and encouragements are for members. It is also an encouraging time to listen to each other’s stories of grace. Please contact Bryce Stout if you’re interested in attending a class.

Our Story

On the last Sunday evening in November 2006, thirty-five people gathered in Tom and Sherry Oster’s living room to discuss and pray over the planting of a new church in the Roanoke Valley. Two months later, Christ our Redeemer Church began to hold Sunday evening services in an auditorium at the Rehab Center of Carillion Memorial…

Our Beliefs

Theological Statement of Christ Our Redeemer Community Church Christ Our Redeemer is a community of faith, a people who believe that the words of Jesus to “Come, follow me” are still the central and primary call on our lives. We want to bow to Jesus not merely to believe in Him; to be committed to His…

FAQs

Where can I park? Right across from Fitzpatrick Hall are several parking lots along Luck Ave., especially the lots across from the Kirk Family YMCA, which are all available to us on Sundays. What should I wear? What you feel comfortable wearing. Do I need to bring a Bible? No. But it’s good to have one…