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On Sunday, October 21 our senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, continued our beloved Matthew sermon series in Matthew 5:13-16. If the Beatitudes show us how we should be, then these next verses tell us that we can’t stay on the mountain with Jesus; we must be living within the world. And when we’re in the world, we cannot hide who were are in Christ–nor should we want to. We must have a right view of the world and our place in it. Listen to the whole sermon here.
Join us this Sunday, October 21 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for our Equip Hour beginning at 9:15. We have classes for all ages; check here for location and curriculum information.
Our one worship service begins at 10:30 in our sanctuary at 43 Wentworth St. If you’re new, start here for worship info. Our senior pastor will preach in our beloved Matthew sermon series from Matthew 5:13-16. Here’s our electronic bulletin, viewable on smart phones and tablets. We do offer paper bulletins and LARGE PRINT editions as well.
The join our church family after our worship service for a picnic lunch at Mt. Pleasant’s Memorial Waterfront Park (99 Harry M. Hallman, Jr. Blvd., 29464). Bring a picnic lunch for your family, a blanket and chairs, and a football or frisbee. There’s plenty of green space and shade, wide open spaces, and playgrounds for older kids and younger. Come enjoy Redeemer friends and families for fellowship and fun!
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Check out our latest Email Blast titled Updates, Picnics, Volunteers, Games, and more!, published Thursday, October 18. Get the latest news, details about upcoming events, and information from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC. To see this gem in your inbox usually each Thursday afternoon, subscribe here.
At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, we believe the Lord has created each person “for good works, which God prepared beforehand …” Ephesians 2:10. We offer many opportunities through ministries, committees, teams, and more to serve at Redeemer and throughout our community. Here’s Laura’s story about volunteering with the Children’s Ministry and the Nursery Ministry at Redeemer:
I originally got involved with these ministries because I think it’s important for kids to have someone other than a parent to talk to and learn from. And a few years ago, we had just moved back from a small community where I was convicted of this need. I saw firsthand how important it was to my friends that we were part of their kids’ lives.
After serving for three years, I’ve stayed involved because it’s amazing to watch the kids learn and remember. They are grasping concepts that I didn’t get until college and my 20s. I strongly believe in the idea of hiding away truth in their hearts. We hope and pray that when they’re young adults and trying to make decisions, some of these lessons will influence them and keep them near to the Lord. Finally, those stories are not just for the kids–the Lord always finds a way to speak to our hearts, and I’m sure other teachers would agree.
As for serving in the nursery, it’s a vital ministry! This ministry allows us to truly listen to a sermon each week without a squirming 2-year-old body next to us, and it allows us parents to serve in other capacities, like teaching the older kids during the Equip Hour.
We need you, too! Check out the many opportunities through ministries, committees, teams, and more to serve at Redeemer and throughout our community.
Since the start of 2018, our church family at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, has read and recited a question from The New City Catechism nearly every Sunday. For Sunday, October 21 we’ll read and recite Question 36.
Catechism Question 36
What do we believe about the Holy Spirit?
Adults’ Answer 36
That he is God, coeternal with the Father and the Son, and that God grants him irrevocably to all who believe.
Children’s Answer 36
That he is God, coeternal with the Father and the Son.
Join us on Sunday morning for worship! If you’re new, start here for details.
Join us at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, as we pray for our dear brothers and sisters in Uganda as they put the finishing touches on rooms of the Uganda Resource Center! We hope they will soon be filled with Good News and Great Joy!
Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 28 at 5:30 pm for Redeemer’s next youth event! Join the middle school and high school youth at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for Game Night! We’ll have plenty of food and fun and, of course, games in our beautiful Fellowship Hall. Feel free to bring a friend. Contact Amanda Dolinski with questions.
Join our church family after our worship service on Sunday, October 21 for a picnic lunch at Mt. Pleasant’s Memorial Waterfront Park (99 Harry M. Hallman, Jr. Blvd., 29464). Bring a picnic lunch for your family, a blanket and chairs, and a football or frisbee. There’s plenty of green space and shade, wide open spaces, and playgrounds for older kids and younger. Come enjoy Redeemer friends and families for fellowship and fun!
On Sunday, October 14 our senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, continued preaching on the final Beatitude in Matthew 5:1-12 with part two of his sermon on that passage. In Part 1 last week, he explained that persecution is a clash between two kingdoms, and this week he focused on how when persecution comes into our lives, it must be for the right reasons. Persecution comes because of our righteous character, and being righteous is being like Christ. Jesus was persecuted because he was different from the religious leaders of his day. So when persecution comes in this life, trust that the Lord will meet you there. Listen to the whole sermon online here.