Mark your calendars, ladies!! We’ve hosted events like this in the past, and they’ve been great. But we’re upping the ante with this one! Bring a friend or neighbor for this fun girls’ night out on Friday, November 9 at 7 pm.
At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our women’s Bible studies form through our community groups that meet around the Charleston area. So we have several Bible studies beginning this fall that are sprinkled around Charleston. Contact the leaders for additional information.
MONDAYS | Downtown @ the church (43 Wentworth St.) at 7 pm led by Brooke Bailey, starting Sept. 10 **at night!
WEDNESDAYS | West Ashley @ 1256 Winston St. at 9:30 am led by Lisa Christian, starting Sept. 12
THURSDAYS | Hanahan @ 1410 Gemstone Blvd. at 9:30 am led by Gray Morgan, starting Sept. 6 (Childcare provided)
FRIDAYS | Mt. Pleasant @ 720 Kent St. at 9:30 am led by Debbie McDowell, starting Sept. 7 (Childcare provided)
- Come earlier: Start time for the joint service is at 10 am.
- Park in our lots and the garage as usual, then walk to St. John’s (about 5 minutes away).
- Use our nurseries (staffed with our volunteers in our nursery at Redeemer) for children ages 3 and under; plus our security team member is on duty at Redeemer.
- Take kids aged 4 and older to the Joint Service; there will be no Children’s Worship this week.
- Give tithes and offerings to Redeemer using the envelopes with our sticker on them, which we’ll be handing out as you arrive at the joint service; give money to St. John’s by dropping it in their offering plate.
- Hear Craig preach: Our senior pastor is back and preaching the joint service!
So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus. Galatians 3:26-28
Join us for worship–across cultures, races, and denominations!
To help give our teachers, facilitators, and leaders at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, a restful summer, we’ll take a break from our usual Christian-education classes for the rest of July and August, and we’ll resume our next session of The Gospel Project in September.
Our summer schedule for each Sunday morning will be our one worship service at 10:30 am. If you’re new, start here for worship info! Then look for Christian-Ed. Kickoff information in August! As always, our weekly Email Blast is the best way to stay informed about all things Redeemer!
Mission to the World is challenging every PCA church to commit to praying that God would raise up 1 percent of their members to become new missionaries serving internationally within the next decade. It’s a big vision, but we believe that Christ has called us to build for His kingdom with boldness, and we believe that we serve a powerful God who answers prayer, even prayers as audacious as this.
At last count, there were 287,746 members in the PCA. If every church sent just one out of every hundred of their members, that would mean nearly 2900 new missionaries sent out to preach the good news of the gospel to a world that needs to hear it. How many new churches could be planted by those new missionaries? How many new pastors could be trained? How many people transformed by the love and hope of Christ?
One percent of Redeemer would be three people, and it is joyful yet bittersweet news that the Lord has raised up three families to go abroad: the Hunts, Bouchillons, and Carsten. As a family on mission together we are thrilled to send them out to influence the world with the gospel, yet sad to know we won’t have them worshiping with us here in Charleston.
We want to send off these families well, along with Jim and Margaret Belton who have been home for a one-month furlough and will be leaving for the Philippines. As each family only has one or two Sundays left with us, the Missions Committee would like to invite you to come say goodbye to these family members at a drop-in reception in the Fellowship Hall following the service this Sunday, June 24. Light snacks will be provided. Come take advantage of the opportunity to give a hug and word of encouragement as we send off these four families!