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The World Council of Churches is a fellowship of churches in all continents from virtually all Christian traditions.


The National Council of Churches in Christ in the USA has been the leading force for ecumenical cooperation among Christians in the United States. The NCC's member faith groups - representing a wide spectrum of Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, historic African American and Living Peace churches - include 45 million persons in more than 100,000 local congregations in communities across the nation.


Progressive Christianity provides guiding ideas, networking opportunities, and resources for progressive churches, organizations, individuals and others with connections to Christianity.


California Council of Churches educates faith communities to pursue justice, equity, and fairness in the treatment of all people, in particular those most vulnerable in society. The Council represents Protestant and Orthodox denominations and judicatories and more than 1.5 million church members throughout California. The Council lifts up issues of concern to California's faith community such as hunger, homelessness, health care, child care, violence, civil rights, economic and environmental justice, and religious liberty.


California Church IMPACT represents the same constituency as the California Council of Churches and carries out the legislative advocacy work at the State Capitol and in Washington, D.C. on social, economic, and environmental justice issues facing our state. California Church IMPACT advocates in the public policy arena for justice, equity and fairness in the treatment of all people...


The Interfaith Council on Economics and Justice is an association of over 400 clergy and laity. TIC addresses the crisis of working poverty and provides a moral framework for the public dialogue regarding race, religion, economic and social justice. Guided by values of love and compassion, and acting to promote human solidarity and the common good, The Interfaith Council advocates for an inclusive community of justice, abundance and peace.


May 21, 2024


Celebration & Communion




Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church

acknowledges that it is located

on the unceded land of the

Muwekma, Ohlone and Tamien people


Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church

is a

NAMI - Santa Clara County

Mental Health Friendly

Stigma Free

Faith Community




Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church

is a

Reconciling in Christ Congregation



About Holy Redeemer:

Meet Pastor Freesemann, and visit the About Us section to learn about our pastor and about our congregation!


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