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Since the start of 2018, our church family at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, has read and recited a question from The New City Catechism nearly every Sunday. For Sunday, September 30 we’ll read and recite Question 33.
Catechism Question 33
Should those who have faith in Christ seek their salvation through their own works, or anywhere else?
Adults’ Answer 33
No, they should not, as everything necessary to salvation is found in Christ. To seek salvation through good works is a denial that Christ is the only Redeemer and Savior.
Children’s Answer 33
No, everything necessary to salvation is found in Christ.
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When you give to Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, you’re supporting missions around the world because Redeemer allots 13% of all church income for the financial support of its missionaries. Each week’s printed bulletin includes pertinent information about a geographic region of the world, including several Redeemer-supported missionaries living and serving in that region of focus.
Here is a highlight of the region of focus for the week of September 23, 2018:
Population: 1 Billion+
2,500 people groups speaking 2,110 languages
48% Christian (17% Evangelical)
In this region of the world, Redeemer supports widows and orphans and counseling for victims of war-torn nations.
50% of the population in Uganda is under age 14—a percentage which is rapidly rising!
Young minds need spiritually strong leaders, and Redeemer is following the Lord’s lead in the Sheema District: A community Resource Center was built this summer and will open in the fall. Please pray for our involvement in firmly rooting the vision and purpose for this facility in the coming months!
Pray for Africa this week! Donate online to Redeemer and missions around the world here.
Our senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, resumed our Matthew sermon series on Sunday, September 23 picking up in Matthew 5:1-8. Check out part 1 and part 2 that also focused on verse 8. He compared the palpable political and cultural divisions in our country to the detrimental divisions in our heart, encouraging us to have undivided hearts, united hearts, pure hearts. Listen to the whole sermon (part 3) here.
Join your friends at the Kochs’ neighborhood pool in Hanahan after this Sunday’s worship service at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC. Contact Tiffany with any questions.
Join us this Sunday, September 23 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for our Equip Hour relaunch! We have classes for all ages beginning at 9:15; check here for location and curriculum information.
Our one worship service begins at 10:30 in our sanctuary at 43 Wentworth St. If you’re new, start here for worship info.
Our senior pastor is back with us, and he’ll preach in our beloved Matthew sermon series from Matthew 5:1-8. Here’s our electronic bulletin, viewable on smart phones and tablets. We do offer paper bulletins and LARGE PRINT editions as well.
To keep up with the latest news, upcoming events, and opportunities for service, read the current edition of our weekly email newsletter below known as “The Blast”:
Check out our latest Email Blast titled Equip Hour Relaunches THIS Sun., Sept. 23, published Thursday, September 20. Get the latest news, details about upcoming events, and information from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC. To see this gem in your inbox usually each Thursday afternoon, subscribe here.
Lord willing, we’ll launch our Equip classes for all ages this Sunday, September 23 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC. Starting this fall, we’ve renamed our Christian Education hour to Equip. This small change is to make clear that the purpose of this hour is not to simply be educated, but rather to be equipped to live out being a Family On Mission Together.
We’re glad to gather again after Hurricane Florence, and we look forward to seeing you at 9:15 am!
- Adults meet in the Fellowship Hall (second floor of the Education Building), where they’ll continue The Gospel Project.
- High school youth meet in the conference room (second floor of the Education Building), where they’ll dig into big questions.
- Middle school youth meet in the office on the third floor of the Education Building, where they’ll grasp the big picture of God’s one story through redemptive history.
- Elementary and preschool children meet at the end of the hallway on the first floor of the Education Building, and they’re continuing The Gospel Project this year. Check out the pictures from the kickoff week!
- A nursery is provided for infants and toddlers, and they get singing time, too!
We hope you’ve all fared well during Hurricane Florence. At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, we’ve canceled our worship service for tomorrow, September 16 due to the potential for flooding and power outage. We’ve developed a Home Worship Guide for you to worship together as families or community groups in your homes.
Our Sunday service at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for September 16 is TBD until further notice. We will try to worship together if possible, but we will follow all evacuation orders and monitor flooding.
Our newly renamed Equip Hour at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, kicked off this past Sunday with breakfast for everyone. Then all our Redeemer Kids (elementary, preschool, and toddlers) headed to their classrooms for games and a preview of the fall curriculum. We look forward to seeing everyone next Sunday!