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Redeemer’s 20th Anniversary

Redeemer is turning 20! October marks Redeemer’s 20th anniversary, and we are looking forward to celebrating together on Sunday, October 28th. We will meet for worship at 10 am, with a special focus on looking back with gratefulness and looking forward with faith.  Immediately following the service we will share a meal together, and we’ll have some fun…

Why Plant Churches? Five Reasons

Two weeks ago, we had a “send out Sunday” for Mission Church and Kyle & Colleen Gennicks, and the commission team.  This past week, they began their Sunday meetings! This is a good opportunity to remember why we plan to be a church-planting church. Here are a few reasons: 1) A BIBLICAL reason: Great Commission + the book of Acts = Jesus’ mandate for church…

Kickoff Sunday!

We’re excited to kick off the new ministry year this Sunday with some special treats and activities. Come early and mingle with someone you’ve never met before over some yummy donuts and coffee at 9:30.  After worship, Josh Anderson and his lively team will lead Redeemer Kids grades K-5 in a sort of “fifth Sunday” extravaganza. Last but not least,…

Mission Church Baby Shower

3 quick notes: 1) To give by check on Sunday morning, you can make a check payable to Mission Church and drop it off in the back of the room at the baby shower table. 2) To give online, you can go to the Mission Church website to make an online donation today. 3) To view the “registry list” to think about how much to give, follow this link. Background: God has…

Invite to Tea and Tanzania

Here is a letter from Chris and Amy inviting you to learn more about what they are doing in Africa. “Hey RCC family! Amy and I are excited to share some big news with you – we are partnering with TeachBeyond (www.teachbeyond.org) and moving to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania this August to serve at an international Christian school, Haven of Peace Academy (HOPAC)! I will be…

1 Samuel 12

As Israel celebrates the establishment of Saul’s kingdom, Samuel begins his farewell. He calls Israel to testify against him, but no offense is found (v.1-5). Samuel reminds Israel of God’s gracious ruling and faithful protection in their lives regardless of their sin (v. 6-11). He also reminds them that they rejected God as King in order to choose their own king (v.…