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Redeemer Outreach

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Artists Place
The Artist's Place

The Artist's Place at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer serves as an arts ministry to the congregation and community by hosting art exhibits and art instruction. The arts, for both artist and viewer, are connected with spirituality and the religious in three ways. First, their power in expressing and creating meaning takes people out of the ordinary into sacred time and space where they can experience themselves and the world differently. Next, their power in evoking feeling and beauty opens a doorway into the joys and wonders created by God. Finally, creating and viewing art induces the same brain wave activity and body/mind changes as prayer and thus, can be a way of praying without words.

Community Cafe
Community Cafe


Community Cafe: Meals for the community offering a healthy meal at a “price” you can afford (simply pay whatever you can). The meal will include a choice of entrees (one traditional, one vegan… usually including a gluten-free option), plus two sides, dessert and drink.


If you want to help… On Wednesdays, the kitchen will be open at 1:00 p.m. for anyone who would like to come by and help prepare the meal--Due to Covid-19, please wear a mask. All others are welcome to enjoy a TAKE OUT ONLY meal from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Core Project
The Core Project, Inc. 

The CORE Project, Inc. is a non-profit corporation established in 2020 to serve individuals in the special needs community. Our purpose is to provide quality ABA therapy, educational opportunities, and support that optimizes growth in learning throughout the lifetime of the individuals that we serve.

Family Promise
Family Promise

Approximately 600 individuals are homeless every night in Mobile County.​ We partner with congregations and civic groups to offer children and their families a safe place to sleep and hope.


The mission of Family Promise of Coastal Alabama is to provide temporary shelter, related services and nurturing support to families as they work to achieve and sustain independence.

Redeemer is a host church for the Family Promise program, housing and feeding families for one week each quarter. 

Food Pantry
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Emergency Food Pantry



The Blessing Boxes are honor system food pantries where people in need can take food. This is also an easy way for those who want to help others to donate non-perishable food items.

You can always make a donation without sponsorship to the blessing boxes, just stop by the box and leave a Blessing for others or visit our Donation Page to give a monetary gift.

McKemie Place
McKemie Place


McKemie Place is the only overnight shelter that serves unaccompanied homeless women 18 and older in Mobile, Washington and Baldwin Counties.

Redeemer provides the evening meal for McKemie Place on the 4th Thursday of every month. 

Redeemer Environmental Stewardship Team R.E.S.T.

At Redeemer we see ourselves as stewards or caretakers of God’s creation. The Redeemer Environmental Stewardship Team (REST) was formed to foster awareness of the ecological issues we face and to examine ways we can respond to these issues from a Christian perspective.  The team focuses its efforts in the areas of environmental study, education, outreach and activism. Redeemer is a founding member of Gulf Coast Creation Care, a faith-based climate action alliance.

St Francis Guild
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St. Francis Guild

Our mission is to promote the well-being of God's creatures and to honor the mutual bond that exists between animals and the people who love them. We do this through community outreach, education and awareness, and the offering of spiritual support to those in need. Our projects include: Sponsoring the St. Francis Pet Memorial Garden, a scattering garden for the ashes of and a living memorial to the pets we have loved and those who have loved us and the annual “Blessing of the Pets.”

Spiritual Formation
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Spirtual Formation

We at Redeemer believe that everyone is constantly being formed into the image of Christ.  Therefore, we need to "continue in the apostles' teaching and fellowship" as our baptismal covenant requires of us.  Christ calls us to grow spiritually and to pass on what we know to others.

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