Join the men of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Luncheon at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, May 2 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. This month’s speaker is David Doty II.
Join us Sunday, April 29 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, when we’ll host St. John’s Reformed Episcopal Church, our neighbors just a few blocks away on Anson Street, for a big joint worship service here at Redeemer at our usual time of 10:30 am. Our choirs are planning some special music together for the service; Rev. Willie Hill will preach, and our senior pastor Craig Bailey will lead the worship.
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
Afterwards we’ll enjoy desserts, sandwiches, and coffee at a reception in our Fellowship Hall as we get to know our neighbors. Join us for worship–across cultures, races, and denominations!
Join the men of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Luncheon at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, April 4 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. This month’s speaker is Robert Kunes.
Join our brothers and sisters at Mt. Zion AME Church (5 Glebe St., 29401) on Sunday night, February 11 at 5 pm for a special service celebrating Black History. Our senior pastor Craig Bailey is one of the pastors leading the service, and Howard Brown will be the keynote speaker. (Howard spoke at the worship service Redeemer hosted for the 500th anniversary of The Reformation.)
Join the men of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Luncheon at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, February 7 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. This month’s speaker is Michael Acquilano.
Join us this Sunday, December 24 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, for our one worship service beginning at 10:30 am. If you’re new, start here for worship info. It’s our fourth week celebrating Advent! And we’re continuing our Matthew sermon series with Matthew 1:18-25. Here’s our electronic bulletin, viewable on smart phones and tablets. We do offer paper bulletins and LARGE PRINT editions as well.
Then come back for our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 6 pm! Here’s our electronic bulletin for this special service in our sanctuary at 43 Wentworth St. We look forward to celebrating the birth of our Savior with you and your family. Children of all ages are welcome to participate in this service; our nurseries will be open for parents to use, but we will not have any volunteers or staff working that evening.
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Join The King’s Counterpoint this holiday season as we once again journey across the centuries, tracing the rich history and undeniable beauty of Christmas music through the ages. From plainsong chant and music of the Middle Ages all the way up to music of today – with stops at all of the centuries in between! “Christmas Through the Ages” features a cappella and accompanied sacred vocal music from across the centuries, beautifully sung by some of the region’s most gifted voices–Redeemer’s own Tyler-Gail Carlson sings with this amazing group. It’s sure to be an amazing night of music!
There are two opportunities to hear this concert: Monday, December 18 at 7:30 pm at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church (142 Church St., 29401) and Tuesday, December 19 at 7:30 pm at Old St. Andrew’s Parish Church (2604 Ashley River Rd., 29414).
Join Redeemer and other congregations around the Charleston area for a Community Thanksgiving Service on Tuesday, November 21 at 7 pm at Second Presbyterian Church (342 Meeting St., 29403). This community event is open to the public, and everyone is welcome. A deacon at Redeemer describes this annual event in this way:
I’ve been every year that I’m in town. It’s an amazing, genuine way to worship with brothers and sisters in Christ with whom you don’t normally worship. It’s great to hear other congregations’ musical worship styles, hear from other churches’ pastors, and embrace each other, physically and spiritually, while praising our Lord.
Join us for this thanksgiving service!
Join the men of Redeemer and other downtown churches for the First Wednesday Men’s Lunch at St. Philip’s Parish Hall on Wednesday, November 1 at noon. Come enjoy good food with a requested donation of $10, plus hear a guest speaker. November’s guest speaker is Mikell Scarborough, Master-in-Equity for Charleston County.
Doors to Freedom has been established to provide a safe place for survivors of sex trafficking to experience a transformed life. Their annual fundraiser Race for Freedom is Saturday, October 7 at 9 am at Wannamaker Park (8888 University Blvd., 29406). Tiffany Koch is heading up our Redeemer Charleston team. Participation in this event is open to men, women, and children of all ages, or you can donate to the cause. Get registration and donation details here.