Continuing this Sunday, February 9 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, we’ll have worship FIRST, and then we’ll have our Equip classes for all ages. Why are we changing the times? Read the letter. Join us for worship at 9:30 am. Then head over to the Fellowship Hall for some breakfast nibbles and Equip Hour AFTER the worship service. We’ll use the Equip Hour to discuss the sermon in small discussion groups. Our youth and kids will continue their usual classes at the new time, and we’ll continue to offer nurseries for toddlers and babies.
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Rev. John Song, candidate for our open assistant pastor position, will preach this Sunday from Luke 23:26-43. Rev. John Song serves as the Pastor of Youth Ministries for the middle and high school students at Columbia Presbyterian Church in Columbia, Md. He graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park (MB.Ed). John served Howard County Public Schools as a band director before getting his M.Div at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. A former intern and youth pastor at the Church of Philippi in Hanover, Md., John has over 14 years of experience in youth ministry and is an ordained Minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). John and his fiancée Paige are getting married in May.
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