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.
Join men from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, and other downtown congregations at their monthly downtown luncheon this Wednesday, April 6 at noon in the Parish Hall of St. Philip’s Church (142 Church St., 29401). Special guest speaker this month is Dr. Ronald Epps, a former superintendent of schools for Richland County.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, offers a Good Friday service that’s open to the community this Friday, March 25 at 7 pm. This somber, meditative service will focus on Jesus and the cross; here’s the electronic bulletin for the service. Children of all ages are welcome to participate, and we’ll offer a nursery for ages 3 and under.
For parking during this service, only our lot across Wentworth Street and the bank lot are available. There’s also on-the-street parking available on the surrounding streets, and the parking garage at 69 Wentworth St. is available for self-pay (unless you’ve emailed the church office for one of the passes).
International Justice Mission presents a special night of songs, stories, and prayer in the fight to end slavery. Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, has joined churches from around the Charleston area to help promote this concert at Second Presbyterian Church (342 Meeting St., 29403) on Sunday, April 17 at 7 pm. Check out more details for this event here, including the exciting list of Christian singer/songwriters who will be performing. Plus, you can buy tickets for the event to support the work IJM is doing around the world.
Saturday was a hot Charleston morning for Team Redeemer as they participated in the annual Walk for Water. Our team from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, raised over $850 for Water Mission, a Charleston-based charity that has a global impact. Water Mission is a nonprofit Christian engineering organization that designs, builds, and implements safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas. Since 2001, Water Mission has used innovative technology and engineering expertise to provide access to safe water for more than 3 million people in 52 countries. You can still donate to our team here!
Mini Easter Sermon Series: We’ve begun our short series titled The Week That Changed the World. Catch up on earlier sermons from this series here, and join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am for our worship service. Find more details here about our Sunday morning worship, including parking.
Egg Dyeing: Karen McKerihan’s hosting her annual Ukrainian egg-dyeing event on Saturday, March 19 at 1 pm at her house. Karen provides the instruction, paint, and candles. Find more details here including pictures and a list of what to bring.
Palm Sunday: We’ll begin Easter Week on Sunday, March 20 with a special Palm Sunday worship service at 10:30 am. Find more details here about our Sunday morning worship, including parking.
Seder: We’ve scheduled two separate nights for our popular and highly attended Seder Passover meal to help accommodate everyone who wants to participate. We’ll offer the Seder on both Wednesday, March 23 and Thursday,March 24 at 6 pm in our Fellowship Hall. Use this form to reserve your spot for the night you’d like to attend. Find more details here about the Seder’s significance and meaning plus pictures from last year’s event.
Good Friday Service: We’ll offer a Good Friday service that’s open to the community on March 25 at 7 pm. This somber, meditative service will focus on Jesus and the cross. There’s NO parking available in our Hasell Street lot for this service, but we do have 15 spots available in the parking garage at 69 Wentworth St. We’re encouraging our regulars to email JaiLynne for a pass for one of the free spots in the garage, so we can save most of our two available parking lots for visitors.
Easter Breakfast: Join our church family on Sunday, March 27 at 9 am in the Fellowship Hall for a potluck breakfast. Bring breakfast dishes to share!
Easter Sunday Morning Worship: He Is Risen Indeed! Join us in celebration of the Risen Christ on Sunday, March 27 at 10:30 am. Find more details here about our Sunday morning worship, including parking.
Easter Picnic Lunch: Join our church family after the worship service on Sunday, March 27 at Hampton Park near the pond (30 Mary Murray Dr., 29403) for a picnic lunch. Bring chairs, blankets, and a picnic lunch.
Charleston Christian School is presenting Disney’s Peter Pan Jr. on stage Wednesday, March 16 at 7 pm at the College of Charleston’s Sottile Theatre (44 George St., 29401). Children 12 years and under are FREE; all other tickets are $10. Purchase tickets here.