Join the men of Redeemer and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Luncheon at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, April 12 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. April’s guest speaker is Raymond Nelson, a Charleston local who grew up at Mother Emanuel AME. He’s now at work inspiring and empowering a group of young boys through his ministry called Boys with a Purpose.
Redeemer Charleston’s team at Saturday’s Walk for Water enjoyed a beautiful day walking for a great cause! Water Mission, a local Charleston charity, is changing lives, one community at a time, through their sustainable safe water solutions. Our team was 2/3 children, and we rocked this event that had nearly 5,000 walkers! If you’d like to give toward our team goal, you can donate here. We’ve raised over $1,200 already!
As the Ebola pandemic was sweeping across West Africa in the spring of 2014, one organization was willing to step up and commit its people and resources to provide comfort, compassion, and care to the hurting people of Africa, all in the Name of Jesus. But when the deadly virus infected its own medical personnel, including Dr. Kent Brantly, the epic crisis truly hit home for Samaritan’s Purse and its leader Franklin Graham. FACING DARKNESS tells the incredible true story of how—with faith, determination, and prayer—the ministry moved mountains … and God performed a miracle!
Following this moving story, audiences will hear from Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham about the organization’s mission and Dr. Kent Brantly, the first American to survive Ebola, on how the relief team’s lives have changed since the epidemic in West Africa.
Facing Darkness tells the true story of the pandemic that gripped the world—and the faith that stood in its path. Two theaters in the Charleston area (Regal cinemas in North Charleston and Summerville) are playing this movie on Thursday, March 30 plus an encore showing on Monday, April 10. Find ticketing details here.
Join the magic carpet ride! The Charleston Christian School proudly presents their production of Disney’s Aladdin Jr. on Thursday, March 30 at 7 pm at Charleston Southern University’s Lightsey Chapel Auditorium (9200 University Blvd., 29406). Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, and children 12 and under are FREE! Get your tickets here, and find more information on their Facebook page.
Is there Biblical help for those struggling with stressed emotions & unpleasant feelings? Can modern medicine and biblical meditations be used in sync to solve root issues and thus quiet the noise of the soul? Whether you are needing help or seeking to give help to others, as a medical practitioner, pastor, or people-helper, this five-session, in-depth and inspiring time will equip you with concepts and tools that are practical, Biblical, and effective. The Lowcountry Biblical Counseling Center is sponsoring this biblical change conference on March 17-18. Click here for more information and registration for the conference.
Join Redeemer Charleston’s team as we raise money for Water Mission, Charleston’s local charity that builds safe water solutions. Every day millions of people have to walk miles and miles just for water. Most of the time, the water they can find is contaminated and makes them sick. We are excited because Water Mission is changing lives, one community at a time, through their sustainable safe water solutions. Each dollar raised by this event is going to make an impact through a safe water community development project!
Two ways to support our team:
- WALK – Join Redeemer Charleston’s team and walk with us on Saturday, March 25 at Brittlebank Park downtown.
- DONATE – Our goal for Redeemer Charleston’s team is $1500.
Contact our team captain Tiffany Koch with questions.
Redeemer’s own Kyle Babb (choir director at First Baptist School of Charleston) invites you to a Pops! Dessert Concert in our Fellowship Hall (43 Wentworth St., 29401) on Saturday, November 12 at 8-10 pm. They’ll sing popular favorites from The Jackson 5, Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra, and more. This fundraiser will help with some of their travel, music, and equipment expenses for the year. It’s a family-friendly show, though Kyle suggests kids should probably be 8 years old or older. Your $30 ticket includes a reserved table-side seat for dessert and the concert plus dessert and beverage service. Purchase tickets here.
The Coastal Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship is hosting Keith & Kristyn Getty in concert on Saturday, October 22 at Charleston Southern University. All proceeds benefit our local chapter of CEF which supports Good News Clubs in public schools around the Lowcountry. Purchase tickets here.
Join men from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, and other downtown congregations at their monthly downtown luncheon on Wednesday, September 7 at noon in the Parish Hall of St. Philip’s Church (142 Church St., 29401). Check here for more information.
Redeemer’s own Kyle Babb is directing First Baptist School’s spring drama production of Sherlock Holmes and the Giant Rat of Sumatra, a stage musical. The show runs this weekend on Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9 beginning at 7:30 pm; doors open at 7. Kyle assures the show is great for older kids and adults, though might be scary for young children.