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Join us at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, this Sunday, May 1 as we pray along with many other churches in our denomination for widows within our church, our denomination, and around the world. Join the conversation on the PCA Widows and Ministerial Relief Facebook page!
Join us this Sunday, May 1 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for our Christian-education hour beginning at the 9:15 am. While the kids and youth enjoy their classes, the adults will gather in the sanctuary for a chance to get to know the new candidates for deacon at Redeemer. We’ll be able to ask questions and hear from the deacon candidates. We’ll vote on Sunday, May 8 following the worship service.
Attention, ladies! We’ve just updated our Amazon-powered book store The Red Door with a list of wonderful titles for women that comes directly from the trainers we enjoyed hearing at our recent women’s training session in March. Check out the list of books in the For Women category; and if you decide to purchase them (or anything else on Amazon!) through our special link, then Redeemer gets part of the proceeds.
One of the titles Relationships: A Mess Worth Making comes highly recommended from our own Frankie Bennett who said: “This is a terrific book, very helpful and very practical!”
So check out our book list for women plus the many other recommended titles listed in The Red Door!
Last Sunday, April 24 the adults gathered in the flag-decorated Fellowship Hall to hear from Redeemer folks who are passionate about answering the call to “go and make disciples” this summer. From the Far East to Kenya and Lebanon, Redeemer will help send some of our own members into all the world to preach the Gospel.
We usually gather for missions prayer breakfasts every quarter during the Christian-ed. hour to pray for our Redeemer-supported missionaries and missions projects around the world.
At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our Christian-education hour that begins on Sunday mornings at 9:15 offers classes for all ages.
For this Sunday, May 1 our youth (both middle school and senior high) will begin a series titled What Disciples Do where they’ll be studying the book of Acts and learning what the Lord teaches us about serving as His disciples. Each week, we will focus on missions as our youth learn about, intercede for, and correspond with Redeemer’s missionaries. Additionally, we will focus on prayer as our youth learn how to pray for and with one another. The youth meet in the conference rooms on the second floor of the Education Building.
Our Redeemer Kids (ages 3K through 5th grade) will review our fall and spring series titled The Story of God for the next few weeks. Our little children will meet in the Fellowship Hall, which provides plenty of space for snacks, games, and story-telling time.
For this Sunday, May 1 our adults will have a time to ask questions of and get to know our current deacon candidates before voting the following Sunday morning. Then the adults will begin a new series next Sunday, May 8 titled The Missionary Journeys of Paul. Our adults gather in the sanctuary, and coffee is offered in the foyer of the sanctuary.
We offer a nursery for ages 3 and under during this Christian-ed. hour, so parents can enjoy the discussion in the adult class. Bring your family and join us for these new series of classes beginning in May at 9:15 am!
The simple words follow me have never been so laden with deeper meaning than when Jesus utters them throughout his time on earth. This past Sunday, April 24 we studied an instance in which Jesus says this single phrase to Peter in John 21:15-22. Our senior pastor notes that by surveying the various times Jesus commands, “Follow me” in Scripture, we can learn that heeding the decree compels us to leave something behind, sacrifice, have a singleness of focus, and go in a new direction to trail behind the Savior into heaven. But it’s much more than that. Jesus calls us to follow him in an ongoing activity while we’re living in this world—that activity requires us to restore glory to humanity in accordance with God’s purpose for his creation set forth in Genesis. Listen to the whole sermon here.
Join us this Sunday, April 24 as we continue looking at John 21:15-22 during our worship service at 10:30 am. If you’re new, start here for worship info!
Here’s our electronic bulletin, viewable on smart phones and tablets. We do offer paper bulletins and LARGE PRINT editions as well.
We’ll begin our morning at 9:15 am with a special missions focus this week. Get details here about our missions prayer breakfast.
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At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, we’ll enjoy a special missions focus this Sunday, April 24 during the Christian-ed. hour. Join us at 9:15 am in the Fellowship Hall (both kids, youth, and adults) for a short explanation of why we pray for the world. Then the kids will head to the courtyard for their snack and special activities. The adults will remain in the Fellowship Hall for a continental breakfast provided by the missions committee and prayer for Redeemer’s missionaries and the world.