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Helping Nicholas Muzik in a Time of Need

June 9, 2017 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

Nicholas Muzik suffered significant traumatic injuries on Tuesday while hiking in Zion National Park. Nicholas has been a part of our church family since he was a child, and it has been beautiful to see how so many of you have rallied around his family in love this week. Prayer is powerful -- and we thank God for the many answers to prayer... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Luke 24.  Here are some questions for discussion: In Luke 24:25-27, what does Jesus teach us to expect about the Bible, especially the Old Testament? How has the Lord used his Word to encourage you in your real life trials and temptations recently? On Sunday, Jos... Keep Reading

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We hope you’re joining us for the 2017 Redeemer Women’s Retreat! We’re looking forward to a sweet time deepening relationships and digging into God’s word. Here are a few practical details to keep in mind as you look ahead to this retreat: We’ll be meeting at Metropolitan Coworking (map) from 9 AM to 4 PM th... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Luke 22:66-23:25.  Here are some questions for discussion: What do we learn about Jesus’ identity and character in the Jewish and Roman trials? What does Pilate repeatedly say about Jesus? And if that is true, why was Jesus condemned? How does this passage challenge your humil... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Luke 22:31-65.  Here are some questions for discussion: How does this passage help you think rightly about Satan’s influence in your life? How does this passage help you think rightly about Jesus’ influence in your life? What in this passage leads you to marvel at your S... Keep Reading

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  Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Psalm 90.  Here are some questions for discussion: Was there anything surprising to you from Sunday morning’s sermon? How did God’s Word encourage you and challenge you? Fighter Verse: Teach me your way, O LORD, that I may walk in your truth; unite my hea... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Luke 22:24-30.  Here are some questions for discussion: How does Jesus redefine greatness in this passage (and with His life)? In what areas of your life do you need to seek to live more in line with Jesus’ new definition? How did the Kingdom of God seem to motivate Jesus&rsqu... Keep Reading

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Spring Forward

March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Remember to set your clocks forward an hour on Saturday night as Daylight Saving Time begins.  Losing an hour's sleep is a small price to pay for extra sunshine.  We look forward to gathering on Sunday morning. If you walk in at 11:00, we promise not to point.... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday, we looked at Luke 22:1-23.  Here are some questions for discussion: Why did the Jewish people celebrate the Passover each year? How did Jesus’ last supper with His disciples connect with the Passover celebration? What is the new covenant that Jesus talked about at the table, and how does ... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Luke 20:1-18.  Here are some questions for discussion: What does the vineyard represent in this last parable in Luke’s Gospel? Who is represented by the owner, the tenants, the servants, and the beloved son? What does this parable teach us about God’s heart and character?... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at John 13.  Here are some questions for discussion: How would you describe the way Jesus has loved you, personally? In what two ways does Christ’s love for us affect our love for others? How will you seek to obey Christ’s commandment in a deeper way this week? Fighter V... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Matthew 28:18-20.  Here are some questions for discussion. The main command (the main verb) of the Great Commission is “make disciples.” How are the other parts of the Great Commission related to making disciples? How can you increasingly align your life with Jesu... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: How does Jesus describe the sum of His message? How could cherishing the Bible and depending on God show up in your life as a discipline this year? Part of what must be proclaimed (according to Jesus) is repentance and faith. How is your lifestyle and identity impacted by the gospel? Fighter Verse: For "eve... Keep Reading

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This Saturday evening, we'll have our annual Christmas Eve service at 4pm. Then at 11am on Sunday we're planning a worshipful, family-friendly, less-than-an-hour Christmas Morning Service. About Sunday morning, let me start by stating the obvious: I completely believe that you are free in Christ to make your own decision about how to best use this holiday Sunday. And you shouldn't feel guilty if you make another good choice about how to spend Christmas Day. There are very good reasons to NOT attend a worship service this Sunday. I know that many of you (including several of our elders and deacons!) have plans to be out of town all weekend, or plans to get on the road Sunday morning to visit nearby family. That's great! Believe it or not, I've even encouraged a few people to "skip church" this week in favor of other plans they have. The last thing I want to do is create a weird sense of sense of duty, or guilt, or failure, or even a holier-than-thou competition about making different good choices on on Christmas Day. But if you're still on the fence about whether to attend on Christmas Morning (and completely for the sake of your joy, not for the sake of guilt!) I wanted to share a few great reasons why you might consider gathering to worship Christ this Sunday Morning:... Keep Reading

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For those of you with children participating in the kids' choir this Sunday, here are a few details to help you navigate the morning: Arrival: On the morning of the 18th, please have your child at Plank (in the 4th-5th grade room) by 8:30 a.m. where they will begin rehearsal.  You do not need to stay at church during this time.&n... Keep Reading

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End-of-Year Giving, A Building, & the Mission

December 15, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

As the end of the year approaches we wanted to send out a couple of notes related to end-of-year giving -- a couple logistics, as well as a reminder of what you're contributing to as you give to Redeemer. The Logistics You can give as normal this Sunday (December 18), but to keep things streamlined and simple, we will not be collecting fin... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Psalm 130.  Here are some questions for discussion: This psalm begins with a cry from “the depths” of this fallen world that we live in. How have you experienced the depths of this fallen world recently? What does this psalm teach us about waiting and hope? In your life,... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Nehemiah 13.  Here are some questions for discussion. What does this passage teach us about drift and compromise? How can drift and compromise show up in our lives today? How does this passage affect your view of sin? What does this passage show us about hope? Fighter... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Nehemiah 12:38-47.  Here are some questions for discussion: What has happened between Nehemiah 1:3 & Nehemiah 12? How does that help us understand Nehemiah 12:43? Nehemiah 12:43 describes the great rejoicing of God’s people over the finished work. What can we learn about re... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Nehemiah 10-12.  Here are some questions for discussion: What is the role of obedience in the life of a Christian who is saved by grace alone? What specific commitments is the Holy Spirit leading you to make so that your life is a better reflection of His life in you? Why ... Keep Reading

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Just a reminder that the days are about to get a little shorter! Don't forget to move your clocks back one hour Saturday evening as daylight saving time ends. Hope you enjoy the extra hour of sleep!  We look forward to being together and worshiping our Savior on Sunday morning at 10:00 am.... Keep Reading

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Redeemer End-of-Summer Party Sunday

August 19, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

This Sunday (August 21) looks like it will be anything but boring. We’re calling this Sunday “Redeemer End-of-Summer Party Sunday” and here are a few of the things going on: Christ-centered worship and preaching (continuing the "He Is Good" sermon series with Psalm 136) Jason T's story of how God's grace has changed h... Keep Reading

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He Is Good (August Sermon Series)

August 3, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

"Give thanks to the Lord, for HE IS GOOD, for his steadfast love endures forever" (Psalm 136:1). This summer, we want to take time together as a church to let this truth sink deeper in our hearts: God is good.  This simple yet profound conviction protects us from bitterness, grumbling, and discouragement. And it frees us to walk for... Keep Reading

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A Few Reminders

July 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

~Please bring a picnic dinner and join us from 4:00-8:00 pm this Sunday, July 24 for a church wide picnic. We will be meeting at New Haven Park (737 New Haven Ave, Aurora, between Randall Road and Rt. 31). There is a playground, ball fields, soccer fields, walking paths, and 5 acres to create our own fun. The park and pavilion are considerab... Keep Reading

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“And they devoted themselves to the apostles teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.”  Acts 2:42 I want to invite you to join us as we follow the pattern of the Church since its beginning to gather together as a local expression of the body to pray. We have the privilege to unite our hearts corpor... Keep Reading

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This Sunday, please bring a picnic dinner and join us from 4:00-8:00 pm at Simmons Park in Aurora (1130 Shaffer, Aurora/Adjacent to Simmons School/Across from the Police Department on Indian Trail). This park offers two playgrounds, ball fields, soccer fields, walking paths, and 28 beautiful acres to create our own fun. The gaga ball pi... Keep Reading

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RCC Women's Retreat

April 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ladies of Redeemer...On May 13-14 we have the amazing privilege of pulling away from the bustle of everyday life and experiencing fellowship together as a community of believers! What a wonderful opportunity we have to hear encouraging messages of HOPE from Hebrews and worship our Savior together. Let's take advantage of this 24 hour perio... Keep Reading

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Good Friday

March 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Through song, Scripture readings, original artwork, and a retelling of the first Good Friday’s events, we will remember the death of Jesus Christ and its significance for our lives. Please join us at Plank Jr. High at 7:00 pm on March 25. (Parents: no childcare will be provided, but the whole family is welcome to attend.)... Keep Reading

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Ladies, are you eager for spring? Are you hoping for the days when you can swing open your windows, when your kids won’t be sick any more, and when you can take a walk in the evening? Maybe you’re hoping for a getaway, a break from the monotony of the daily routine. There are so many things to hope for ... Come away with us to t... Keep Reading

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Just a reminder that the days are about to get a little longer! Don't forget to move your clocks ahead one hour Saturday evening as daylight saving time begins. We look forward to being together and worshiping our Savior on Sunday morning at 10:00 am.... Keep Reading

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"Sweet" Sunday

December 11, 2015 | by: Aleece Root | 0 Comments

This Sunday, December 13, the kids will participate in the service by singing for us and leading us in worship during this advent season. This is always one of the most memorable services of the year! To add to the wonder of the morning (and as an ecnore to our "Soup Sunday" in November) we would like to extend our morning together by ... Keep Reading

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Soup Sunday is Here!

November 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

The weather forecast is frightful, some soup would be delightful! We're kicking off a new season of "Soup Sunday" this week. Come warm your soul and your body at Redeemer Community Church with a delicious bowl of soup! If you plan to contribute soup, please bring the following:1. a crockpot full of soup2. a soup ladle (you'll want to ... Keep Reading

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Child Dedications This Week

October 24, 2015 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

post by Josh Fenska “I will extol you, my God and King,and bless your name forever and ever.Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever and ever.Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised,and his greatness is unsearchable.One generation shall commend your works to another,and shall declare your mighty acts....Your kingdo... Keep Reading

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Attention All Men

October 15, 2015 | by: Tim Tatum | 0 Comments

Men, Please consider signing up and attending our November 13th & 14th Redeemer Community Men’s Retreat. "And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near." (Hebrews 10:24... Keep Reading

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We are working hard behind the scenes to prepare for the 2015-2016 Children's Ministry year.  One way you can help us be ready is by taking a moment and registering your children for their fall classes (infants-5th grade).   We need to confirm classes for all kids, even if they aren't moving up a grade... Keep Reading

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You're invited this first Friday to join members of Redeemer in prayer and fasting for our gospel mission. You're also invited to the prayer gathering at 7pm at the Fenskas' house. Here's a quick note from Matt Ratleph for this First Friday: God is at work in and through our church in some exciting ways. Whether it's through partners... Keep Reading

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The Romack Family would like to invite all middle school and high school youth to a game night at their home on Friday, July 17 from 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm. What a great opportunity for the RCC youth group to enjoy being together, eating some snacks, playing volleyball, laughing around a bonfire, and making some great memories. If you can, an RS... Keep Reading

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This Sunday we will gather to celebrate the saving work of Jesus in the lives of several church members through water baptism.  Please join Dominique, Patrick, Nathan K., and Owen P. at Village Baptist Church (515 North Frontenac St., Aurora, IL) at 2:00 pm on Sunday, June 28.  We look forward to coming together to support our brot... Keep Reading

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This Father's Day we are cancelling our service at Plank Junior High in order to join with several other Oswego Churches to worship the Lord together. We will not meet at our usual location on Sunday, June 21; we will meet on the grounds of PrairieFest by Oswego High School. Each year Oswego hosts a festival called PrairieFest. The organize... Keep Reading

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Summer Time!

June 6, 2015 | by: Josh Anderson | 0 Comments

Today marks the beginning of our summer schedule at Redeemer.  The main thing that means is that our grade school (K-5) Children's Ministry classes will not be meeting again until the Fall.  These kids will join us for singing (as usual) and then stick around for the sermon!  We trust that the Lord will meet our kids through t... Keep Reading

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Ladies Night Out

April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

All ladies are invited to gather at the home of Amy L. from 6:00 – 9:30 pm on Saturday, April 25. We will enjoy some food, games and a whole lot of laughs! Due to limited parking, we encourage carpooling. Please bring an appetizer, dessert, or beverage to share.  If you need Amy's address, please contact the church office. ... Keep Reading

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Good Friday

April 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

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Gray Havens House Show

March 18, 2015 | by: Josh Anderson | 0 Comments

Husband and wife duo Dave and Licia Radford comprise The Gray Havens.  Their folk-pop style draws from such influences as C.S. Lewis, JRR Tolkien, and Jonathan Edwards.   The Gray Havens will be performing at the home of Josh and Kimberly Anderson on Friday, March 27 at 7pm.  Tickets are $10 each, with a cap at $30 for famili... Keep Reading

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Some Things to Pray at the Start of March

March 5, 2015 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

The first Friday of the month is here--a day to fast, to pray, to and consider how we will each play our part in the disciple-making mission this month. I want to suggest a few items that we can pray for together today: one for a global need, one for a local mission partner, and one for our church communitty.... Keep Reading

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Upcoming Events

February 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Baptisms:  This Sunday, February 8, we will celebrate the saving work of Christ in people’s lives through water baptism. Please consider joining us at Village Baptist Church (515 North Frontenac Street, Aurora) at 3:30 pm.  We hope to see you there! Marriage Retreat:  This Sunday is the last day to register an... Keep Reading

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Sunday Services for February 1st are Canceled... Keep Reading

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Winter Weather Update

January 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

As of Saturday morning, we are still planning to meet on Sunday morning. There is a forecast for significant snow accumulation, so please leave extra time in your commute to drive carefully. But we do not expect that this snow will keep us from gathering to praise our great God and Savior Jesus Christ.... Keep Reading

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Odds and Ends

December 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sweet Sunday:  We are looking forward to gathering together this Sunday.  Even more exciting is that we will be joined by the kids' choir.  What a joy it will be to watch them perform and join them in worshipping our Savior.  Please remember to bring a dessert to share for after the service. Youth Christmas Party: ... Keep Reading

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Year End Giving

December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Just a reminder that 2014 is coming to a close. If you are interested in taking advantage of tax deductible contributions to the church, please do so by Sunday, December 28 (if by mail your gift needs to be postmarked by Dec 31). Any contribution postmarked after December 31st will be counted toward 2015 contributions. Thank you for your gen... Keep Reading

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Youth Winter Retreat

November 23, 2014 | by: Josh Anderson | 0 Comments

If you're a teenager and you've ever decided to do something (or not do something) because you wanted other people to think you were awesome (or not lame), then you should hear what God's Word has to say about things like that. Believe it or not, by God's Spirit, you can learn to be free from slavery to the opinions of other people. That's w... Keep Reading

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Old Story New

November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Old Story New is an excellent family devotional that goes through 78 New Testament Stories. This resource actually goes hand in hand with the children's ministry curriculum we use on Sunday mornings.  It is filled with adventure, suspense, drama, and mystery.  In this book, the gospel story is presented in a way that c... Keep Reading

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"Sweet" Sunday

November 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

On Sunday, December 14, the kids will participate in the service by singing for us and leading us in worship during this advent season. This is always one of the most memorable services of the year!  To add to the wonder of the morning (and as an ecnore to our "Soup Sunday" in November) we would like to extend our morning tog... Keep Reading

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Soup Sunday Reminder

November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Just a reminder that we look forward to sharing a meal together after church this Sunday.  You may drop off your crock pot of soup in the kitchen just off the meeting room prior to service.  Also, please remember to bring a ladle labelled with your name.  We anticipate a fun time of fellowship!... Keep Reading

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A reminder that you get to enjoy an extra hour of sleep on Saturday night as daylight saving time comes to an end. We look forward to seeing you looking well rested on Sunday morning at 10:00 am at Plank Jr. High!!... Keep Reading

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Soup Sunday

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Everyone is invited to "Souper Sunday".  Relationships are important to us here at Redeemer Community Church.  We have many avenues in which we foster relationships from Community Groups to our Sunday Morning Gathering.  One way we get to do relationships is when we have events like church picnics.  It is getting a bit co... Keep Reading

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In an effort to better serve the members and friends of RCC that struggle with food allergies, we will now offer gluten-free communion wafers.  They will be available on the far right side of the stage (facing the stage) each time we celebrate the Lord's Supper.  Please let your server know that you are gluten free.... Keep Reading

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This Sunday, we have the joy of commissioning Tim Tatum to serve as an elder in this church. He'll begin a three year term this month. The New Testament is rich with teachings about the role, requirements, responsibilities, and significance of elders in the church. Read more for the list of Elder's Commitments and Congregational Affirmations.... Keep Reading

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It's the first Friday of the month. A day we invite church members to fast, to spend time in communion with God, and to pray. As we draw near to God, you can pray for God's Spirit to deepen our vision and passion through our upcoming sermon series, called "We are a Christ-Centered Community" - a sermon series about who we are as a church. And please also pray for ongoing fruit from summer outreaches, for the mission of Christ in Japan and India, and for God to use us to see lives totally transformed by the gospel here in our area. A number of people will crowd into the Fenskas' living room for a time of fellowship in prayer from 7-9pm, with some food to share at 9pm. You're invited. ... Keep Reading

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What's Up With This Sunday Night Meeting?

August 21, 2014 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

This Sunday night, we'll have a BBQ outside of Resolution Church in Oswego, beginning at 4pm, then from 5:30 - 7, we'll have the church family meeting inside, with childcare provided. Let me give you a little more info about each portion. First, the BBQ. My friend Josh Anderson is reluctant to call it a BBQ, since we're just grilling hot dogs. Call it what you like, but come and enjoy some time with friends. We'll provide hot dogs. (And, yes, we'll also provide hot dog buns, condements, plates, etc.). Please bring a side or a dessert to share. We'll have some games of bean bag toss, and bacce ball, and a frisbee or two. And there will also be a fun game for younger kids. But what's on the agenda for our family meeting? Why would you want to be there? In the meeting, here's a preview of some fo the things we want to cover:... Keep Reading

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I wanted to send a note about the news we shared on Sunday about our developing relationship with the Crossway Association of Churches. (There is no "new" news since Sunday, but there is a little more detail on a few points.) The news is that the Crossway Association has now officially extended an invitation to our church to join the association. As a pastoral team, we are really excited about this opportunity. But we don't want to rush ahead and accept this invitation without taking the time to involve the whole church body. Over the next few months, we hope to give every member a chance to learn more about the association before we make a decision together. Let me try to answer the top 3 questions that probably come up right away.... Keep Reading

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Park Day

July 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

We will be meeting tomorrow at 11:00 am at Prairie Point Park in Oswego for Park Day!  The park has a splash pad, sand volleyball court, picnic shelter, skate park, and playground.  There is something for everyone.  Rumor has it that the traveling gaga ball pit will make an appearance as well.  Bring a picnic lunch for yo... Keep Reading

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We want to make sure that you are aware of some upcoming events on the church calendar.  We look forward to seeing you there as we gather for some fellowship, fun, games, food, and music over the next few weeks. Summer Park Days:  Several Wednesdays during the summer, ladies and their kids will meet at a local park for a fun time ... Keep Reading

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We are getting excited about our time at PrairieFest this weekend. We look forward to praying together, sharing a meal together, worshiping God together, and meeting new people to share the Good News of the Gospel with together. Below are some details that will help you navigate the weekend. After PrairieFest on Saturday, head on over to ... Keep Reading

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As you know, we will be gathering with other churches in Oswego to worship together in a few weeks.  We are expecting God to do great things.  Please be praying for that time.  In addition, Pastor Frank Johnson, from River's Edge Fellowship, will be hosting a prayer meeting this Saturday focusing on the upcoming 'ONE' wor... Keep Reading

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Summer Youth Camp 2014

April 29, 2014 | by: Josh Anderson | 0 Comments

Registration for Youth Camp is now open!  We will be heading back to Dickson Valley Camp from June 4-7.  Take a peek at camp from 2013 here.  If last summer is any indication, this is going to be awesome! Sign up today.  As always, feel free to invite your friends.  Camp is for students entering 7th throug... Keep Reading

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After much prayer and consideration, Chris and Diana Mertens have decided that, in this season of life, the Mertens Family would be better served if Diana wasn’t away from home so many hours a week. Because of this, there are some administrative changes in the office we want to let you know about. We would be remiss, however, if we did... Keep Reading

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ONE Worship Service

April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

We are excited to share that this Father's Day we are cancelling services at Plank Junior High.  (Yes, I did just say cancelling our Sunday Celebration at Plank on Father's Day). Actually, we are going to join with several other Oswego Churches to worship the Lord together.  We will not meet at our usual location on Sunday, June 15... Keep Reading

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Sunday Logistics

April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

We wanted to let you know that Plank Jr. High is hosting a 5k run this Sunday morning.  All indoor activities related to this event take place in the gym, but navigating parking may be a challenge.  We wanted you to be aware before you arrive, see a full parking lot, and panic that your clocks are wrong.  We look forward ... Keep Reading

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Invitation to the Women's Retreat from Jill T.

March 27, 2014 | by: Aleece Root | 0 Comments

We are excited about the upcoming retreat for the ladies of Redeemer Community Church. Below, Jill T. shares why she plans to attend and why she hopes you will do the same.... Keep Reading

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Just a reminder that daylight savings time begins this weekend.  Remember to turn your clocks forward one hour Saturday night.  Though we lose an hour of sleep, we gain wonderful time with the sun!  We will have coffee ready for you on Sunday morning!  ... Keep Reading

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Worship & Ministry Night: Friday, November 15

November 2, 2013 | by: Aleece Root | 0 Comments

Here is a brief description from our friend Dylan Ford about what to expect at our upcoming ministry night.... Keep Reading

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First Friday (with a Quote from JC Ryle)

October 30, 2013 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

Church members are invited to fast each month on the first Friday (whether for one meal or for the whole day), and each month we end the day with a prayer meeting from 6-9pm, followed by food. This month, Katie and I (Josh) are hosting the meeting in our living room, and we'd love to invite you to join us. (Please contact the church office if you need directions.)... Keep Reading

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15-Year Celebration

October 18, 2013 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

In October of 1998, this church began meeting on Sunday mornings. Just about 780 Sundays later, we're planning to gather on Sunday October 27 to celebrate 15 years of God's steadfast love. When this church was planted in 1998, our vision was to see lives transformed by the power of the gospel for the glory of God. From the outset, we were deeply passionate about the gospel of Jesus Christ. That passion was rooted in Sound doctrine and a high view of God's Word. We cherished God's presence and power ... Keep Reading

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Our third and final read and chat highlight is the book Don't Waste Your Life by John Piper. Danny Lee will be leading the discussion on this book. Danny has had a heart that folk of all ages serve Christ throughout their lives, but Danny has had a particular burden for the 50+ crowd. Certainly folks of any age can benefit from this resource, but if you find yourself in the 50+ crowd we would love to have you join. (Don't worry, we won't be asking anyones age.)... Keep Reading

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Starting in just over a week, we'll offer topic-specific discussion groups that will meet for 6 consecutive weeks. This is the 1st of 3 blog posts highlighting each of our read and chats this fall. The first one I wanted to hightlight was Doctrine 103. Jon Seger will be leading a discussion on the Doctrines of Redemption & the Future.... Keep Reading

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This is the 2nd of 3 blog posts highlighting each of our Read and Chat groups this fall. This one highlights the book Choosing Gratitude: Your Journey to Joy by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. Jill Poel will be leading the discussion on this book.... Keep Reading

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Our New Name

October 6, 2013 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

Welcome to our new website! It's still under construction, and we're still adding content regularly, so please stop by again tomorrow or in a couple days to see what's new. Beginning Sunday, October 6, we'll be meeting at the same place (Plank Jr. High in Oswego, IL) and at the same time (10am), with the same people... Keep Reading

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Considering Acts 29 - June Update

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