Redeemer Weekly: May 14, 2017 — SERVANT SHOUTOUT: Baptismal Set Up and Clean Up
Good morning! Please join us this morning for service at 10:30 a.m. at 716 S Glebe. Donuts and fellowship at 10 a.m.
There is no Worship and Prayer Night this month – we will resume our third Thursday night Worship and Prayer nights in June.
Anniversary Picnic, Sunday, June 4: We are excited to celebrate our church anniversary with a pizza lunch following the Sunday service on June 4th! We gather at Barcroft park in the picnic area to share in joy and fellowship. Families with the last names A – M are asked to bring beverages and those with the last names N – Z are asked to bring dessert!
REDEEMER MEMBER LED EVENTS
Redeemer Youth Ministry Interest Meeting, June 24: Redeemer’s vision for its youth ministry is to create a place where teenagers are loved unconditionally, encouraged to be lifetime followers of Jesus, and empowered to be ambassadors of reconciliation in a broken world. The church is hoping to launch a youth ministry that reaches middle and high school boys and girls for Fall 2017, but we need your help!
Join us on June 24 from 7-9 PM at Dimas’ home (4636 3rd St. South Arlington, VA 22204) to learn more about opportunities to serve in or help support the ministry. Email Megan Hays or Laura Walton at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Union Church Pastor Shaun Cross writes a powerful guest blog post reflection race relations.
Mike Allen did a Reddit AMA this week, talking about everything and anything Axios.
SERVANT SHOUTOUT, by Jackie Black: What a JOY to celebrate a baptism last Sunday! This shoutout is HUGE appreciation to those who made it possible for us to have a baptismal set up! Last, rainy Saturday, Jared Altman, Tyler and Aimee Robinson, and Laura Settle gave up an afternoon to set everything up! And immediately after service went back to serving and took down the baptismal. This is a HUGE blessing that allows us to celebrate baptisms within a Sunday service. Thank YOU to all who served and helped so that the community could participate in this joyous sacrament.