The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer is the only African-American Episcopal parish in Greensboro, North Carolina. Blessed with a congregation of about 130 families, our parishioners include infants, centenarians, couples of all ages, singles, retirees, people from various countries, and in general is a very diverse group.
All are welcome, and all have a place at the Redeemer.
We of the Redeemer are committed to each other, to our community and, most of all, to uplifting the kingdom of God, by spreading the gospel, increasing our spirituality, and assisting in the creation of a peaceful and harmonious world. We are faithful stewards through our thoughts, words, and deeds.
Our Episcopal Community
The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer is a congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, The Episcopal Church and, more widely, the Anglican Communion.
The Episcopal Church is led by the Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop.
The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina is led by the Rt. Rev. Sam Rodman, bishop, and the Rt. Rev. Anne Hodges-Copple, bishop suffragan.