Even though church services have resumed in our sanctuary, the Sunday sermons continue to be available on our website each Sunday morning for those who cannot attend in person. We hope to see as many of you as can be there, but stay safe!

Each week's sermon outline and discussion questions are available in the Pastor's Corner, and the weekly bulletin is available under Latest Updates.

Please continue to send any prayer requests to the church email address at the bottom of this page.

 

 

New Here

New Here

New Here

Youth Group

RBC Youth is a fun Christ-centered community that is focused on biblical teaching, growing closer to Jesus, and building quality friendships. 

55+

We have an active 55 and over group that meets once a month. They try to rotate days and times of the month to allow those who are still working to join in the fun from time to time. 

Connection Groups

One good way to meet people at Redeemer is to join one of the four "Connection Groups" that meet after the Sunday morning worship service. These groups meet in various rooms in the building, including the Fireside Room and the Library. Each group has a distinctive "flavor"; some focus on fellowship and sharing, others have discussions that dig deeper into the morning sermon, and other are Bible classes. (The group in the Fireside Room has just finished a year-long study of the Book of Ezekiel.) All are welcome!

Cool Water Women's Ministry

Our name comes from the words that Jesus said in Matthew 25:40-42: “Whatever you do for the least of these, you do in my name." One of His examples is giving a cup of cool water in Jesus’ name. 

Our Vision: To lead women into a deepening relationship with God through Christ, in order to serve their families, communities, and world.

Our Mission: To help meet the needs of women through prayer, Bible study, fellowship, and outreach. 

We offer a variety of events for women. Please contact the church office for information. 

NAB White Cross Ministry

We meet in the Fireside Room at church on the second Friday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to noon to cut, count, and assemble 4 x 4 absorbent squares, sort donated linen, and package medical equipment and supplies that have been collected.

You can also help by doing at-home projects: sewing a straight stitch to make flannel baby blankets, diapers, or baby jackets; crocheting or knitting baby hats or baby blankets; rolling bandages; or calling to get urgently needed items donated.

We also need drivers to deliver supplies or pick up completed projects from home-bound workers. For more information, you can send an email to the church at redeemernabc@gmail.com.