Our sister PCA church here in the Charleston area is hosting a parenting conference titled Parenting Adolescents: A Season of Opportunity. Eastbridge Presbyterian Church in Mt. Pleasant, SC, invites parents of adolescents to hear Dr. Tim Lane, author and president of the Institute for Pastoral Care, on Friday-Saturday, April 17-18. Get details and register for the conference here.
St. Andrew’s Church in Mt. Pleasant presents An Evening with Fernando Ortega. This local concert on Friday, October 10 at 7:30 pm at St. Andrew’s Ministry Center is sure to please! Redeemer regularly sings several of Ortega’s songs including Sing to Jesus and Great Is Thy Faithfulness.
On World Water Day March 22, Redeemer’s team of 13 adults, 2 kids, and 2 dogs joined other teams from around the Lowcountry for Water Missions International‘s 8th annual Walk for Water. (There’s still time to contribute to our team’s goal.) We enjoyed a beautiful spring day, as we walked the streets of downtown Charleston. We carried buckets to simulate the long walk to fetch water that many around the world must take each day.
Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars is coming to the Charleston area, and they’ve donated some general admission tickets to the church! Their performances will be held at the Ladson Fairgrounds on March 21-23 for multiple shows each day. These tickets can be upgraded for reserved seating. Please email JaiLynne at the church office to request tickets.
To help provide sustainable sources of clean water around the world, Redeemer will participate in Water Missions International‘s Walk for Water event. This family-friendly, dog-friendly 3.5-mile walk will start at Cannon Park at 9 am on Saturday, March 22 and end at White Point Garden. Register to join the Redeemer team, or make a donation in support of our team. Our own Lauren Martin is helping captain our team, and she enjoys this annual event:
I love participating in the Walk for Water because it is a great time for fellowship and exercise in a beautiful part of downtown and a chance to take a walk in someone else’s shoes. The walk gives you just a little taste of what life is like for many people in other parts of the world who have to walk several miles each day for water. You fill a bucket with dirty water, and carrying it really makes you think about what life would be like without a clean or convenient water source. Just when you start feeling hopeless about the situation, you find yourself at the finish line and pour your water into the purification system that your registration fee is helping to take to countries all over the world.
Enjoy our pictures from last year’s Walk for Water, and make plans to join in the fun for this worthy cause!