Men's Retreat at Mountain Springs Lodge, June 2-4

Redeemer's men's retreat is taking place in Plain, WA (near Leavenworth) on Friday, June 2nd - Sunday, June 4th. This is a time for Redeemer men, their sons (13 years and older) and their friends, neighbors, colleagues and classmates to gather to grow together as godly men in an incredibly beautiful environment. We will have great worship and teaching as well as lots of great food, fellowship and fun. We only have room for 46 so sign up soon. 

  • Begins Friday afternoon, June 2nd 
  • All day Saturday, June 3rd
  • Returning early Sunday, June 4th for worship at Redeemer Redmond
  • Cost: $100 per person (room & board)

Image of God: Youth Group Study begins January 29th

The Image of God: 6th-12th graders will begin a new study on Sunday January 29th at 9:15am.  We will be studying The Image of God by Andrew Frye.  We will begin the semester with a parent meeting on Sunday January 15th at 9:30 am.  Your students do not need to attend this meeting but are welcome to come and hang out in the gym with each other.  Please make every effort to be at the meeting on Sunday the 15th if you have a student/s in 6th-12th grade (even if your children have not been attending Sunday School previously) as you may want to have the book to do as a family at home.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact Lee and Kristi Crum at kkccm@hotmail.com.

Save the Date: Covenant Renewal Service, March 4th

Please save Saturday, March 4th, 6:30-9:30 pm for Redeemer's 2nd Annual Covenant Renewal Service

In this service our congregation will reflect on God's faithfulness in 2016 and commit ourselves to our partnership in the gospel in 2017.

Thanks to Redeemer member and Emerald Heights resident Mary Randall, who is sponsoring the event, we are able to use the beautiful conference room at Emerald Heights for free!

We look forward to your presence among us.

 

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Redeemer's Children's Sunday School: Starting Volume 2, "God Delivers" on December 18th

Redeemer uses the Gospel Project to teach our kids the Bible's story in which Christ is hero on every page.

On December 18th they will be starting Volume 2: God Delivers (Exodus through Deuteronomy) in our Sunday School class.

Check out the great Christ-centered curriculum our kids are being immersed in using the link below. Would you prayerfully consider inviting your kids friends and neighbors whose lives could be transformed by the story of Jesus?

http://www.lifeway.com/n/Product-Family/The-Gospel-Project/The-Gospel-Project-for-Kids?intcmp=TGPMain-Hero-TGPKids-20150306

 

Counseling Initiative Launched

Synopsis

  1. Redeemer Church greatly appreciates the role, and the value, of trained professional counselors.  Many of our leaders and members at Redeemer report having personally benefited from such counseling.  We heartily encourage Redeemer members and non-members to consider using such services, when needed.

  2. For members needing assistance with professional counseling expenses, the Deacons have established a Redeemer Counseling Fund.  Contact Deacon Frank Huston with any questions or requests:  counseling@redeemerredmond.org

  3. In consultation with our pastor and elders, the Deacons will prepare a list of recommended professional counselors for people to consider.  At present, that list includes three Redeemer members – David Noor (www.counselo.com) and Leanne Konzelman and Drew Konzelman (www.novolifecounseling.com).

    We plan to have a fuller list by mid-October, and the Deacons will review it regularly, adding or revising as needed.  It will be available on our website, church app, and Welcome Table once completed.  We are also asking other pastors in the area to recommend trusted, professional counselors for us to consider adding to the list.

  4. The Deacons will also use the Fund for similar assistance to people outside the church – like other mercy ministry outreaches.  To that end, the professional counselors in our church have indicated their willingness to serve in this ministry.  Non-members can contact David, Leanne or Drew directly, and these counselors will coordinate with the Deacons on funding.

  5. You can contribute to the Redeemer Counseling Fund at any time by noting it on your check that you make. Please make check out to Mercy Fund/Counseling Initiative. 

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Community Groups Launching in September

Community Groups are launching in September...Here's an overview

Community Group Definition

Community Groups are small communities of six to twelve people meeting in homes and apartments throughout Redmond and the near east side during the week. Community Groups meet at least 2X per month. They are primary Christian communities, the first place Christians turn to for applying the gospel to their lives. They are also the heart of Redeemer’s pastoral care network. All groups are led by trained lay-leaders from the congregation who receive continued oversight and support. Our groups have a rich and broad agenda. They are more than just Bible studies – they include prayer, worship, friendship, sharing what God is doing in our lives, spiritual nurture, accountability and opportunities for service.

Purpose

The purpose of Redeemer’s Community Group ministry is to create an intentional Christian community that experiences Jesus Christ in its midst in His presence and power, enabling lives to be transformed through mutual ministry.