Irving, Texas


Redeemer is a traditional Rite II parish with two services each Sunday morning, one on Wednesday evening, and occasionally one on Saturday evening. As common throughout the Diocese of Dallas, the Eucharist is celebrated at all services. A full altar party including lay reader, acolytes, and lay Eucharistic ministers serve at both Sunday Services, where greeters and ushers are present to welcome visitors.

Our early Sunday service at 8:00 am is a said Eucharistic service. The later service at 10:30 am is a full choral Eucharist. Wednesday evening’s intimate healing service offers Eucharist with the sacrament of Holy Unction and begins at 6:30 pm. The Saturday Worship service at 5:00 pm (SW5), is casual and participatory and is celebrated with more modern music in the parish hall rather than the sanctuary.

The sanctuary, vestments, vessels, and altar furnishings are beautiful, and they are superbly and lovingly maintained by an experienced and dedicated altar guild.

Our church choir, ably led by a professional choir director and organist, is a very dedicated group. Their contribution to the majesty and solemnity of the liturgy is recognized as a very important part of the later Sunday worship experience.

Our worship changes throughout the year with the church’s seasons. You can learn more about the church’s seasons here.