New Here?

Our New Here class provides the opportunity for people who are new at Redemption to meet each other, and learn more about who we are as a church. By attending New Here, you will know what next steps to take at Redemption Tempe.

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Community Launch Class

If you are looking to get connected to community at Redemption Tempe, the Community Launch Class is the best place to start. This class provides a fun atmosphere to learn more about the various types of communities that exist at Redemption Tempe, why community is important, and how to get connected to one.

The Community Launch Class is a 2 week class on August 21st and 28th from 11AM-1PM. It is very important to attend both weeks!

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Seasonal Communities (Fall)

Seasonal Communities provide an opportunity for people to participate in a community for a certain season of the year (Fall, Spring, and Summer). These communities are typically anywhere from 4-12 weeks long, and the shorter duration enables people to participate in different seasonal communities throughout the year.

Men’s and Women’s Bible Study Groups

Sign up for a Bible Study Group at the link below:

Men’s Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study

If you have any questions, please reach out to John Crawford at

Care Groups

Care Groups are designed for people who sin or have been sinned against. So that means they are for everyone. But, these groups have a specific focus for people who are struggling or suffering. Care Groups are gender specific, and there are various Care Groups for different issues. Currently there are groups for sexual brokenness, suffering and heartache, addiction, and emotional health. The goal of these groups is that people would have a community of people to walk with them, and they would experience the transformative and healing power of Jesus in their lives.

Information for Fall Care Groups will be coming soon. 

College and Young Adults

We have a large demographic of college students and young adults at Redemption Tempe. Every Tuesday night, there are College and Young Adult gatherings at Redemption Tempe. In addition to these gatherings, there are Bible studies that happen at various times and places throughout the week, and these Bible studies happen during the Fall and Spring semesters of the school year. These provide an opportunity for college students and young adults to connect with each other, and participate in Christian community during an important stage of life.

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Ongoing Communities

On-Going Communities meet for the course of a year and typically take a break for the summer months of June and July. These communities require a higher level of commitment from people due to the nature and duration of the community.

Redemption Communities (RCs): Redemption Communities provide the opportunity to build deep, meaningful relationships with other people who desire to be shaped and formed into the image of Jesus. This shared desire leads to participation in communal rhythms that the Holy Spirit uses to form us so we can live all of life, all for Jesus.


Family Communities: Family Communities are similar to Redemption Communities, but they are designed for a specific life stage: Parents with children. The goal of these communities is to equip and encourage one another for family discipleship as parents navigate cultural issues and how to be wise and faithful. These communities typically participate in the monthly Parent Gatherings, and meet less frequently than a traditional Redemption Community.


Support Group (Foster, Kinship, and Adoption): This group offers support and encouragement to foster, kinship, and adoptive families in our church. It is led by other families who have been through the process. The goal of this group is to offer a safe place to share, build community, and be encouraged during what is often a complex, broken, and beautiful journey of loving vulnerable children and their families. There are also various certified trainings available throughout the year.  Join this group by signing up HERE


Support Group (Special Needs): This group offers support and encouragement to special needs families, and specifically parents. It provides an environment for parents to connect, build community, and be encouraged in what can many times be a lonely journey due to the differing needs of their children.


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