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Blog Archives: January 2016 — December 2016

2015 Ministry Report

February 07, 2016
Tom Gibbs
View the complete Ministry Report here. Dear Redeemer Members and Friends, Already in our 14th year of ministry, on February 7th, Redeemer celebrates 13 years of worshipping together as a congregation! As each year passes, we have opportunity to both give thanks for God’s rich provision in the previous year and express our hope in his manifold grace for the coming one. If you’ve been around Redeemer for a while, you know that we are an active congregation. We are eager for the Gospel to impact our lives and use us in the city. With all ...

Mark Your Calendars for VBS 2016!

January 18, 2016
Sarah Beaugh
Many of you are already making plans for this summer and we wanted to make you aware that VBS dates have already been set for June 21-24! We will have more info later this spring on how you can join in on the fun as a helper (for youth and adults) or as a participant (kiddos K-5). Stay Tuned!

Reading Your Bible This Year!

January 07, 2016
Benjie Slaton
As a New Year begins, many at Redeemer have hopes of increased study of God’s word alone and with their family. So, I wanted to take a second and pass you along to some great resources for your seeking of God this year. Online Reading Resources: ESV Bible Daily Reading Plans Olive Tree Bible App   These titles plus other additions will be available on the Redeemer Book Table this Sunday: Paul Tripp, New Morning Mercies Marty Machowski, Long Story Short: Ten-Minute Devotionals for Families Nancy Guthrie, One Year of Hope

Communicants Class Coming January 16th

January 07, 2016
Sarah Beaugh
On Saturday, January 16th, the Redeemer Children’s Ministry will host our next Communicants Class. You can sign up and find out more information HERE. Please direct any questions you may have to Sarah Beaugh (sarah@redeemersa.org). One of the questions we often receive from folks who are new to Redeemer is about when and how children begin taking communion. It’s a great question! In our Presbyterian and Reformed tradition, we baptize children, as well as professing adults, as a sign of their entry into God’s covenant community, the ...

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