Welcome to the Catholic Church of the Redeemer in Mechanicsville, VA

We strive to nurture the spiritual growth of all our members through vibrant celebrations of the sacraments, daily prayer,
lifelong study of our faith, hospitality, and compassionate service to each other and to the "world beyond our doors."

Within the pages of this site, you will find information about our church, our ministries, and our community. You will also find ways in which you can become involved by sharing your gifts and talents.  WORD describes the many ways we seek to "pass on the the faith" through faith formation and educational programs.  WORSHIP includes our worship, prayer and music programs.  Through SERVICE we reach out to fellow parishioners and the wider community.  COMMUNITY offers opportunities for our parish community, young adults, and youth to gather as people of faith.  We offer many opportunities for GIVING of your time, talent and treasure through our stewardship process and online giving. 

Redeemer is Hiring!


We are seeking a Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministries.
Interested applicants can view the job posting HERE.

Please pray for success of the search process.

Final Two Days!

We have added one more set of portrait sittings in September - please help us reach our goal of 400 families photographed!  A photo directory celebrates our church family and helps us connect names with faces.  

Every family photographed will receive a free 8x10 portrait and a directory, and photo packages will be available for purchase.  Bring in a nonperishable food item for the food pantry and receive $5 off.  First responders and military receive a 20% discount. 

Our final portrait sessions are:
Friday - Saturday, September 7-8

    Click here to schedule your photo session! 

Mass Times & Office Hours

Saturday Vigil: 5:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am & 10:00 am

Daily Mass:
Monday - Thursday 9:30 am
at Memorial Regional Medical Center Chapel

Holy Days: 9:30 am & 7:00 pm

Reconciliation: Saturday, 4:30-5:00 pm or by appointment.

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Summer Hours: Memorial Day - Labor Day
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am to noon


Upcoming Events


Confirmation Interviews will take place
Sunday, Aug. 26th, and
Monday, Aug. 27th.
Click here to register.
Registration for 2018-19
Faith Formation programs 
for children and youth
will close Aug. 31st 
and re-open Oct. 1st.
Click here to register.
R.E. Kick-off Events
Youth (6th-12th) - 
Sunday, Sept. 9th, 11:15 AM
Elementary (K-5th) - 
Sunday & Monday, Sept. 16th & 17th,
at regular session times
Be the Bridge
A new group is forming at Redeemer for conversation and dialogue about  issues of race and reconciliation.
Sign up
on the Human Concerns table to receive additional information.
All are invited join Bishop Knestout
in praying for all victims of abuse at a
Mass of Atonement,
Friday, Sept. 14, at 7 p.m.,
at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.
  Haiti Yard Sale - Save the Date!  
September 15, 2018
Click here for a list of items we can accept. 
Click here for volunteer opportunities.
Thank you to everyone who continues to make this a successful fundraiser! 
Men's Silent Retreat
Loyola on the Potomac Retreat House
October 26-28
Contact Steve Trucchi for details.


This Week at Redeemer


Monday, 8/20 - 9:30 AM - Daily Mass at Memorial Regional
Tuesday, 8/21 - 9:30 AM - Daily Mass at Memorial Regional
Wednesday, 8/22 - 9:30 AM - Daily Mass at Memorial Regional
Noon - Rosary
5:30 PM - Eucharistic Adoration
7:00 PM - Elementary R.E. Planning
Thursday, 8/23 - 9:30 AM - Daily Mass at Memorial Regional
Saturday, 8/25 -  Brick Sales Begin
4:30 PM - Eucharistic Minister Training
Sunday, 8/26 - Brick Sales Begin
9:15 AM - Eucharistic Minister Training
11:15 AM - Confirmation Interviews
11:!5 AM - New Parishioner Welcoming Gathering
Monday, 8/27 - 9:30 AM - Daily Mass at Memorial Regional
6:30 PM - Confirmation Interviews
7:00 PM - No Room at the Inn Committee

A Prayer for Our Country

We know, Lord, that you yourself are a migrant.  You experienced the trials of the refugee, having fled as a child with your parents, Joseph and Mary, to Egypt.  We know your special love for those with no other possession but one another, and you.

Move our hearts, Lord, and the hearts of our leaders to love them as you do, to love them with your love, to be your love for migrants at the doorway of our country.

Excerpted from Sorrow and Mourning Flee Away: Pastoral Letter on Migration by Bishop Mark J. Seitz, Diocese of El Paso


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Diocese of Richmond


Image result for catholic diocese of richmond Click here for the Diocesan website. Diocese of Richmond - Joy of the Gospel Click here for our diocesan
Prayer for Evangelization.
  Click here for information about 
Diocesan Safe Environment Program.
Related image Click here for information about the VA Catholic Conference, the public advocacy organization representing Bishop Knestaut,  Diocese of Richmond, and Bishop BurbidgeDiocese of Arlington.


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