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At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, we enjoyed two nights of Seder Passover meals, serving over 170 adults and children. Join us for our other events during this Easter Week!
Join us tomorrow, March 30 at 7 pm for our Good Friday service at Redeemer Presbyterian Church at 43 Wentworth St. in Charleston, SC. During this special somber worship service in our sanctuary, we’ll meditate on Christ’s last seven sayings from the cross. Childcare will be provided for children ages 3 and under.
Last Friday night 20 youth and 14 adult volunteers cleared the Fellowship Hall and transformed it into a fun space for the middle school and high school youth at Redeemer (and some friends). They played tons of games, enjoyed a music jam session and worship songs, listened to a guest speaker, made cookies, and didn’t sleep a wink, mostly. After everyone recovers, they’ll be ready for the next one!
On Palm Sunday last week at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our senior pastor continued our Matthew sermon series with Matthew 4:1-11. Though our culture values preeminently our own personal perceptions of the world, He reminded us that we Christians should have a cristocentric worldview: Jesus is King whether we acknowledge it or not. He’s just as much a King in the wilderness or desert, as in our passage from Matthew when he was tempted by the Devil. And he’s just as much a King when he’s riding a donkey into Jerusalem, as he did so many years ago on Palm Sunday. Our temptation today is the same as Jesus’ temptation by the Devil: We’re tempted to be satisfied with Satan’s lesser plan. So we must remember that Jesus gives real bread to sustain us; he’s not the king of cheap salvation; and he’s come to give peace and patience. Listen to the whole sermon here.
Join us this Sunday, March 25 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for our Christian-education classes for youth and adults beginning at 9:15 am. We’re continuing in The Gospel Project for the adults’ class with Atonement Sacrifices Deuteronomy 5:1 – 6:25; 8:1 – 11:1, 26-28. Redeemer Kids will review Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, prep for our upcoming Seder event, and preview Good Friday.
Then join us for our one worship service beginning at 10:30. If you’re new, start here for worship info. Our senior pastor will be preaching in our Matthew sermon series. Here’s our electronic bulletin, viewable on smart phones and tablets. We do offer paper bulletins and LARGE PRINT editions as well.
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Our Redeemer Charleston team raised over $2200 for Water Mission with over 30 walkers on our team! What a beautiful day to walk and learn about the global water crisis–and help a local Charleston charity who’s having a global impact.
In continuing his exploration of Matthew 4:1-11 from last Sunday, our senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, on Sunday, March 18 reminded us that when we’re doing extraordinary things for God, we will be tempted. In order to be in a good position to do extraordinary things, we must be secure in our identity, work out of our identity, and know who we are in Jesus. If we’re a Christian, then we must also be a disciple of Jesus, living secure in our identity in Christ. Being a disciple is not optional. Listen to the whole sermon here.