Join the church family of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, after our worship service on Sunday, October 8 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!
After an exciting joint service on the fifth Sunday back in January, we at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, are joining our neighbors at St. John’s Reformed Episcopal Church (91 Anson St., 29401) for a joint service for the fifth Sunday of April. Make plans to join us Sunday, April 30 at St. John’s, our neighbors just a few blocks away, for a big joint worship service in their building at a SPECIAL START TIME OF 10 AM.
There will be no Christian-education classes or Children’s Worship for that Sunday. Children are welcome in the service, or you may first drop off your children (ages 3 and under) in our nurseries at 43 Wentworth St. before walking over.
Rev. Willie Hill will lead the worship, and our senior pastor Craig Bailey will preach. Join us for worship–across cultures, races, and denominations!
Redeemer Charleston’s team at Saturday’s Walk for Water enjoyed a beautiful day walking for a great cause! Water Mission, a local Charleston charity, is changing lives, one community at a time, through their sustainable safe water solutions. Our team was 2/3 children, and we rocked this event that had nearly 5,000 walkers! If you’d like to give toward our team goal, you can donate here. We’ve raised over $1,200 already!
As the Ebola pandemic was sweeping across West Africa in the spring of 2014, one organization was willing to step up and commit its people and resources to provide comfort, compassion, and care to the hurting people of Africa, all in the Name of Jesus. But when the deadly virus infected its own medical personnel, including Dr. Kent Brantly, the epic crisis truly hit home for Samaritan’s Purse and its leader Franklin Graham. FACING DARKNESS tells the incredible true story of how—with faith, determination, and prayer—the ministry moved mountains … and God performed a miracle!
Following this moving story, audiences will hear from Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham about the organization’s mission and Dr. Kent Brantly, the first American to survive Ebola, on how the relief team’s lives have changed since the epidemic in West Africa.
Facing Darkness tells the true story of the pandemic that gripped the world—and the faith that stood in its path. Two theaters in the Charleston area (Regal cinemas in North Charleston and Summerville) are playing this movie on Thursday, March 30 plus an encore showing on Monday, April 10. Find ticketing details here.
Join Redeemer Charleston’s team as we raise money for Water Mission, Charleston’s local charity that builds safe water solutions. Every day millions of people have to walk miles and miles just for water. Most of the time, the water they can find is contaminated and makes them sick. We are excited because Water Mission is changing lives, one community at a time, through their sustainable safe water solutions. Each dollar raised by this event is going to make an impact through a safe water community development project!
Two ways to support our team:
- WALK – Join Redeemer Charleston’s team and walk with us on Saturday, March 25 at Brittlebank Park downtown.
- DONATE – Our goal for Redeemer Charleston’s team is $1500.
Contact our team captain Tiffany Koch with questions.
Our 7th Annual Chili Cook-Off & Square Dance with our MUSC international friends is right around the corner on Wednesday, February 15 from 6-8 pm in our Fellowship Hall. Here’s how it works: We bring pots of chili, and our international friends are the judges. Winners receive the coveted gold, silver, and bronze ladles. After dinner, we’ll enjoy learning how to square dance with our international friends. Kurt and Morgan Brewer have a limited number of tickets available for Redeemer participants, so we can have an accurate count. Childcare will be provided.
Here’s how to participate:
- Make a pot of your best chili and bring it to the church on Wednesday, February 15. Or help provide sour cream, shredded cheese, drinks, cornbread, or chips–if making chili isn’t your thing. Use this form to tell the Brewers what you’re bringing.
- Come hang out with internationals, learn to square dance, and enjoy the best chili Redeemer has to offer. Email Morgan Brewer to get a ticket for this event.
The last Sunday in January we hosted our brothers and sisters from 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 Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC. Our choirs joined forces and led us in special worship music, and Rev. Willie Hill preached from Philippians 4:4-7. Listen to the sermon here. What a privilege to worship across cultures, races, and denominations!
Join us this Sunday, January 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 light refreshments and coffee at a small reception on the grounds as we get to know our neighbors. Join us for worship–across cultures, races, and denominations!
The Coastal Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship is hosting Keith & Kristyn Getty in concert on Saturday, October 22 at Charleston Southern University. All proceeds benefit our local chapter of CEF which supports Good News Clubs in public schools around the Lowcountry. Purchase tickets here.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, offers a Good Friday service that’s open to the community this Friday, March 25 at 7 pm. This somber, meditative service will focus on Jesus and the cross; here’s the electronic bulletin for the service. Children of all ages are welcome to participate, and we’ll offer a nursery for ages 3 and under.
For parking during this service, only our lot across Wentworth Street and the bank lot are available. There’s also on-the-street parking available on the surrounding streets, and the parking garage at 69 Wentworth St. is available for self-pay (unless you’ve emailed the church office for one of the passes).