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REGULAR SUNDAY SERVICES (see Special Easter Schedule to the right): 

Traditional: 8:30am
(Enrichment Time: 9:45am)
Contemporary: 10:30am
Sunday School: 10:30am
(Reception follows each service)

CLICK HERE for information on our Bible Studies

WEDNESDAY LENT SERVICES - 6:30pm

 4/17  The King's Feast  (Maundy Thursday)
 4/18  The King Forsaken (Good Friday)




WANT TO KNOW MORE...?

Discovery Track:
Looking to walk closer with Christ? The 4 sessions of our Discovery Track offer the tools necessary to make this happen in your life. All the way from membership to life-changing ministry, we will lead you step-by-step from discovery to growth into a fulfilling ministry role. Enjoy a light lunch before each session.

CHURCH 101 - This session is an introduction to the ministry at Redeemer and will help you understand church membership. Offered the 1st Sunday of the month from Noon-1:30pm. Next date is 4/6. Register HERE.

ESSENTIALS 201 - This session guides you through the essential beliefs and provides the necessary tools every Christian needs to grow in their walk with Christ. Offered the 2nd Sunday of the month from Noon-1:30pm. Next Date is 4/13. Register HERE.

DISCOVERY 301 - We want to help you realize what makes you so unique. This session will help you discover your personality, gifts, and purpose in life and see how God combines them for the best fit in ministry. Offered the 3rd Sunday of the month from Noon-1:30pm. Next date is 5/18. Register HERE.

SERVE TEAM 401 - This is a chance to find out more about specific ministry areas that interest you, and meet various leaders. Offered the 4th Sunday of the month from Noon-1:30pm. Next date is 5/25. Register HERE.

Any questions, please contact Rachelle at om@redeemerbythesea.org


 


  WORSHIP - GROW - SERVE THE LORD!

       "The true light that gives light to every man was coming into the world." - John 1:9 
         
                          

Welcome to Redeemer by the Sea Lutheran Church, Kindergarten & Preschool located in Carlsbad, CA.  You can find us at 6600 Black Rail Road, Carlsbad, CA 92011 or call us at (760) 431-8990. Contact the Kindergarten & Preschool directly at (760) 431-8293.  
CLICK HERE for a Google map and directions. We invite you to look around to find out more about our wonderful church community. CLICK HERE to see our Full Events Planning Calendar for the Church, Kindergarten, & Preschool.            

    
EASTER SCHEDULE:
Thursday, April 17
6:30pm Maundy Thursday Worship & Communion  
Friday, April 18
6:30pm Good Friday Service of Remembrance
Sunday April 20: Easter
8:00am Traditional Worship
9:30am Blended Worship
11:00am Contemporary & Sunday School
Hospitality Celebration after worship & childcare available all morning.

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Kindergarten & Preschool

"Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it."   - Proverbs 22:6

Redeemer by the Sea operates a dynamic and successful kindergarten and  preschool with more than 271 children enrolled in a tremendous state-of-the-art building as part of our christian ministry to our parents and their families. Visit our K/Preschool page to read more about our exciting Christian educational opportunities.


NEW Patio/Shade Structure!
Our new patio/shade structure construction is underway and progressing nicely. This will be wonderful place for fellowship very soon!
 

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Pastor's Blog

“I Have Done No Wrong … “

Since we are in Holy Week, the Psalm reading in the Life Journal for April 17th, struck me to be applicable to Jesus’ Passion (i.e. His suffering and journey to the cross) … “I have done no wrong, yet they are ready ... read more

A Switch and a Dimmer

A while back an image formed in my mind that I thought would be helpful in illustrating an important theological concept. The image is that of an electrical circuit; one containing both a switch and a variable resistor. The ... read more

John 3:16 – The Greatest Story Ever Told

For God – the Lord of earth and heaven, So loved – and longed to see forgiven, The world – in sin and pleasure mad, That he gave – the only Son he had, His only Son – to take our place, That ... read more

Does the Bible Say There’s Life After Death?

Q: A loved one, who is nearing death, asked me if the Bible actually says there is life after death. Where in the Bible does it say that we will live forever after our death on earth? A: The first is perhaps the most obvious and well known John ... read more

Who Is The Son of God?

Lent is drawing to a close, and we turn our sights toward Easter. I can hardly wait to sing out the Alleluia’s again! Sometimes when I reflect on the somber tone that defines the Lenten season, I ask myself why we as Christians continue to ... read more

Hollywood’s Rendition of “Noah”

At first I was encouraged by Hollywood producing what looked like an excellent re-telling of the Biblical story of Noah. Of course, I expected some discrepancies with the Biblical text… as with any movie that tells a Biblical ... read more

INRI, IHS, and other “Cross”-words

Have you seen the “crosses of Calvary” display outside our church? Folks have asked me a few questions: 1. Why three crosses? Matthew 27:38 gives us the answer to that question: “Then two robbers were ... read more

Rescued from Darkness

God has rescued us from the power of darkness and has brought us into the kingdom of his Son, whom he loves. – Colossians 1:13 You may not have felt like you needed rescuing. But, Scripture reveals to us that there is a battle being ... read more

Why Lent?

Lent is upon us! Lent begins with Ash Wednesday, which falls on March 5th this year, and ends on Easter Sunday which falls on April 20th this year. Lent is a period in the church calendar that is designed to be a penitential season ... read more

Human Limitations

This morning’s fog illustrates a truth about the human mind, one we don’t like to admit – we can only see so far! We can build telescopes and we can build microscopes, but they both reveal the same thing – ... read more

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