Parents can drop their children off in Redemption Kids classes: a safe, fun, Bible-centered environment on Sunday morning and evening. Or parents are free to bring their children into the worship service.
Redemption Communities (RCs) are leader-facilitated and typically meet in homes. Activities vary from group to group and week to week but may involve any combination of eating, Bible reading, learning, playing, sharing, celebrating, praying, and serving.
The first step is to join us for our DNA starter community. Sign up at the link.
Mission Collectives are public gatherings that consist of multiple Redemption Communities with the aim of building community and contributing to the flourishing of neighbors. Mission Collectives include Global Hospitality & the WITH Collective.
If you’re interested in connecting with other women in a real way, seeking to find our identity in Christ together through God’s Word, and intentional discipleship with each other, then join us on the 3rd Wednesday of each month for our R/Women Gather Events!
The Creative Collective is a space for creatives to grow deeper in faith, build community, hone skills, and serve the church. It’s made up of smaller teams with specific focuses (design, build, film, art, etc), and we gather together four times per year to celebrate how God is moving and to build community as one big collective.
Being a spouse and being a parent are two of the most important roles in anyone’s life. The amount of influence and responsibility that God gives to us in these roles helps shape our lives together and the shape the lives of our children. As the church we desire to come alongside you and help you in these roles: this includes pre-marital counseling, marriage counseling, and help with parenting.
We want to help those who are hurting find healing and hope in Jesus. We want to help those who need guidance find purpose and wisdom in God's word. We want all people to experience God's grace applied to their lives.
The mission of the college collective is to connect college students to each other, God, and the city. Join us as we seek to work out what it looks like to live all of life for Jesus in the context of higher education.
There is an orphan crisis around the world. Children who have lost parents, been abandoned by parents, or been taken out of dangerous environments, are in need of stable homes and loving families. Therefore we, the people of God, must lead the way in recognizing this great need and stepping up to meet it.
We are a sent people. As the church we are not called to turn inward and build our own kingdom. We are called to turn outward and give ourselves to the spread of the Gospel, the establishment of healthy local churches, and the multiplication of disciples. This is a call to invest beyond our church, beyond our tribe, and beyond our generation. We don’t care who gets the credit, only that Jesus is glorified.