Pentecost season:

Ordinary Times

Sundays @CTR:

Fellowship with coffee @10:00am

Worship for Everyone @10:30 am

(Sunday School will resume in the Fall.)

We will not being able to offer

live-stream at this time. However, on Pentecost we were able to record our service

and you can find our service here.

Wednesdays @CTR

Prayer, Praise & Scripture @12-1pm

For more information on our nursery, please click here.

Masks are optional.

We are hiring!

college/young adult minister!

Our church family is growing and therefore,

has created an opportunity

for the following position:

College/Young Adult Minister: This is a Full-Time position. This person will serve the college campuses in Fort Worth, especially T.C.U. and the young adult population of our city.  Candidates maybe ordained, or laity. Seminary experience preferred and must have at least a bachelor’s degree to apply.

For the full job description and financial details, please contact, our rector, Fr. Chris Culpepper.

(817) 386-3000

Welcome to Christ the redeemer!

What to expect on sundays @CTR...

There are two basic things you will want to know about our worship service.

FIRST, our worship service is highly participatory! Together, we sing, pray, read Scripture, hear a message that applies to our daily lives, take communion, and are charged to go and make disciples of all nations!

SECOND, we do these things because this is what the Church has always done! Our worship service is taken directly from what Jesus said to  the 12 apostles:"Do this in remembrance of me." 

Worship @CTR begins at 10:30 am.

Sunday School for All Ages

will resume in the Fall.

Nursery is available.

UPcoming Events:

For more information check out our calendar here.

Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...

OUr story during covid...

We hired Vision & Verve to help tell our story of how we persevered during  Covid. They did some filming of us during our Praise in the Parking Lot and our re-entry into the building in July. The following videos are our story.

Let us never forget how we came together as a community and

put our trust in God during this pandemic!