Join the men of Redeemer and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Men’s Lunch at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, November 1 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. November’s guest speaker is Mikell Scarborough, Master-in-Equity for Charleston County.
The end of October marks 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg (and thus beginning the Reformation). Our Lowcountry Presbytery will celebrate and remember this historic church event–and worship our glorious God and Savior Jesus Christ–with a joint worship service on Sunday, October 29 at 6 pm in Redeemer’s sanctuary at 43 Wentworth St. in downtown Charleston, SC. Check here for parking information.
Mark your calendars, men, for an afternoon of fun, fellowship, and football on Saturday, November 4 from noon to 4 pm at Todd McKeehan’s home (1105 Galleon Rd., 29412). Come get to know Redeemer men outside of your community group, and bring one of the “people of peace” in your life to this easy, open, and social event. Lunch will be provided. Contact Todd McKeehan or Todd Christian with questions.
Join the church family of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, after our worship service on Sunday, October 8 for a picnic lunch at Mt. Pleasant’s Memorial Waterfront Park (99 Harry M. Hallman, Jr. Blvd., 29464). Bring a picnic lunch for your family, a blanket and chairs, and a football or frisbee. There’s plenty of green space and shade, wide open spaces, and playgrounds for older kids and younger. Come enjoy Redeemer friends and families for fellowship and fun!
The Session of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, is organizing a community group on Johns Island this fall! We’re so excited to expand our community group offerings in this way, and we hope you will be able to join us for the interest and informational meeting about this new group.
Sunday, October 8 at 4 pm
at Dalton & Kara Wilson’s home
RSVP to Kara at 402-578-2744, so she can plan for snacks for the afternoon.
The West Ashley Thursday Community Group of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, made dinnertime fun with costumes and props for the kiddos. Have you found your community group yet?
Doors to Freedom has been established to provide a safe place for survivors of sex trafficking to experience a transformed life. Their annual fundraiser Race for Freedom is Saturday, October 7 at 9 am at Wannamaker Park (8888 University Blvd., 29406). Tiffany Koch is heading up our Redeemer Charleston team. Participation in this event is open to men, women, and children of all ages, or you can donate to the cause. Get registration and donation details here.
Whether you’ve been attending Redeemer for two months or two years, our inquirers’ class is a wonderful, casual way to learn more about Redeemer’s story–both how we fulfill our mission of being a Gospel-presence in Charleston and how you can be part of that mission. Our next class is Saturday, October 14 at the church, and we’d love for you to come! Get more details here about the class, our first step toward church membership. Plus read some comments and feedback from recent attendees! To reserve your spot, email Gray Morgan.
Join the men of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Luncheon at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, September 6 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. This month’s speaker is Jamie Jordan, local businessman and director of the SC Christian Chamber of Commerce.