Welcome to
Redeemer Church

Redeemer Church seeks to proclaim the excellencies of Jesus in all of life — we owe our existence to Him. We believe He is sovereign over our afflictions as well as our comforts. We gather and scatter, desiring to be disciples of Jesus throughout all of life, not just for a few hours each Sunday morning. We want to love God, know Jesus, live in the power of the Holy Spirit, and spread the Good News about Him everywhere. This is the fight for joy.


“... no one will take your joy from you.” — John 16:22

We don't exist to plant churches. We don't exist to launch ministries. Churches and ministries are a means to an end. And that end is a people of invincible joy. Churches and ministries have value only insofar as they serve to help people see the glory of God in Jesus and, as a result, secure and increase their joy.


Our joy is secure, guaranteed ... invincible. But because of the presence of sin and unbelief, we vary in our present experience of this joy. We know that when we are fully present with Christ with renewed bodies, having been set free from this body of death, we will be like him, for we will see him as he is. But now, between the cross and glory, we don't see clearly, we see dimly. 

Therefore, God constantly exhorts us to rejoice, to believe, to see him for who he is and ourselves for who we are. The Christian life is one that is characterized by an active fight to experience our invincible joy. We do not fight to secure our joy, but to see and believe that it has been secured.


“... Rejoice in the Lord always and, again, I will say rejoice.” — Philippians 4:4 


“The Gospel is the only message of hope for you and this world.”

The gospel tells us that God exists, that he is good, and that being in his presence is the most satisfying thing ever.

The gospel tells us that we have all sinned by deciding to pursue our joy in God’s creation rather than God himself.

The gospel tells us that because of our sin we all suffer, die and face the penalty of separation from God forever in hell.

The gospel tells us that God himself has made a way for us to be forgiven, made new, and be with God.

The gospel tells us that God sent Jesus to Earth to die for us, to get treated like a sinner so we could get treated like innocent ones.

The gospel tells us that those who believe and accept Jesus’ sacrifice for them will be made new and will spend the rest of their lives and eternity pursuing ever-increasing pleasure and joy in Jesus.

We invite you to join us and plumb the depths of the gospel and the power it has to save and change all people. 

Pastoral Team


Glen Salzman


Eric Hansen



Terry Koons


Ben Moul



Some of our leadership serves on staff, meaning that they are employed by the church. We have several staff at different levels of leadership. Below is a list of staff and their roles, feel free to contact us with any comments or questions about staff.


Glen Salzman



Kelli Wacker

RKids Servant Leader, Admin. Assistant

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Veronica Hartzler


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