Visiting a new church for the first time can feel a bit overwhelming. However, you will find Redemption Church to be a warm and welcoming group, eager to help you feel at home as you visit with us for worship. Here are a few questions you may have before you visit.
When and Where Do You Meet?
We currently meet at Community Christian School on Sunday mornings. We have our Core Seminars for adults and children from 9-10 AM, and then we gather at 10 AM for coffee, donuts, and fellowship. Worship service begins at 10:30 AM and concludes before noon.
Where do I Park and Enter?
At the school, park in the front paved parking lot. Enter through the main entrance of the school, marked by signage. You will be greeted by someone at the door. If it's your first time with us they will guide you to the Welcome Table. If you have children, they will walk with you to check-in your children.
What is the Dress?
The dress is casual at Redemption Church. You will see people dressed from business casual to jeans and a shirt. Come as you are!
Is Child Care Available?
Yes! We believe that every child is a unique gift from the Lord and created in His image. Our deepest desire and constant prayer is that each one will come to know, trust, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ as we study, play, and grow together. During worship, childcare and Bible Study are available for nursery-preschoolers. Before the sermon, kindergartners will be dismissed to go with a teacher for bible study. Elementary aged children and up join us for worship! We believe it's important to have children worship alongside the rest of the body and encourage parents to take the opportunity with their elementary children to teach them how to worship. Beginning at 10:15 AM, all children going to Bible study must be checked in by their parent or guardian before the worship service.
What is the Style of Music?
At Redemption Church, we place a strong focus on congregational singing. We sing both older and newer songs in a contemporary style. We select songs filled with robust and edifying lyrics that are fitting for congregational singing. These songs are typically led from acoustic guitar, arranged simply with a small worship team.
What is your Worship Service Like?
Our worship includes scripture reading, reciting of creeds and confessions, prayer, congregational singing, and a sermon.