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Holy Sacraments

Sacraments: Sacraments


The Church of Our Redeemer performs Baptisms with grace. It is the point in which we are born again in Christ and made one with God through him.

Those who have been baptized with water in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost need not be baptized again. Those who wish to receive baptism may freely do so at any time upon request.


Holy Communion (a.k.a. The Mass, Divine Liturgy, Lord's Supper, or Eucharist) can help believers renew their vows with God. For people who have lost their way in the holy path of life, sacraments are a virtuous option to get back on track and remember our mission towards God. Come to Anglican Church of Our Redeemer for your Communions, and always remember that no human life is meaningless in the eyes of God.

Holy Communion is given to all baptized Christians who believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Body and Blood at the altar.


Confirmation is not just a declaration of faith: it is the bestowing of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit (Acts 8:14-17). With these, we are strengthened to live a Christian life.

Those who have been Confirmed or Chrismated in a Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox Church are recognized as having already received this sacrament.


Matrimony is a big turning point in any Christian’s life. Celebrate yours with us, and make it a holy occasion. The Anglican Sacrament of Marriage is the most beautiful and meaningful wedding service in all the English speaking world.

We offer the sacrament of Marriage to all members of our congregation after appropriate marriage counselling and guidance.


In our lives, we fall short of the glory of God through our sin. Christ has given us the opportunity to be relieved from sin through the Sacrament of Reconciliation: consisting of Confession, Penance, and Absolution.

While Confession and Absolution are a part of our worship services, all are encouraged to seek private confession in the case of habitual sin and those which weigh heavy on our consciences.

Holy Orders

While we are all called to be a holy people and share in the priesthood of all believers, God has always chosen and set aside certain men for his service. The Christian priesthood was established by Christ himself. Anglicans have therefore have maintained Apostolic Succession and the threefold priesthood of bishops, priests, and deacons.

Anointing the Sick

Anointing with holy oil is a blessing conferred in all ages, and one which the Church has held dear. We can pray and anoint for all sickness: grave or not. The Anointing of the Sick and Dying (Last Rites) is a holy way to assist our beloved fellow Christians into the next life. It is open to all, and funerary rites are open to anyone in need.

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