Redeemer Weekly – 3/4/2018


Good morning! Please join us tomorrow morning for service at 10:30am at 716 S Glebe. Donuts and fellowship at 10am.

TOMORROW in Redeemer CM – Kiddos divide into the early church history (Galatians 2:11-21) and learning how Paul confronted Peter for separating himself from the Gentiles. Kiddos are reminded again, the Gospel is for everyone.

TOMORROW, Redeemer Men – The men’s study continues tomorrow at 9 am! Join them in Riddick Hall!

TOMORROW, Redeemer youth – Reminder! JCG meets tomorrow at 12:30 pm (701 S Wakefield St), let leaders know you are coming:

MONDAY – 2018 Spring Retreat Registration Opens! Monday, March 5, registration for the 2018 retreat opens. Details are on the website, including the registration link when open! We are excited to respite and retreat together on April 20-22 in beautiful Capon Springs, WV.

NEXT SUNDAY, Members! Our rescheduled member meeting will be Sunday, March 5 at 5 pm! Please plan to attend and stay for dinner after the meeting – non members are welcome! This is not a closed meeting.

Also, reminder: Daylight Saving Time is Sunday, March 11 – we spring forward!

REDEEMER FINANCIAL UPDATE FOR JANUARY 2018: We received an $2,183 (3.52%) above our budgeted giving in January. THANK YOU for your giving which has blessed Redeemer community and mission!

ICYMI: February’s Redeemer Reads is here! This month Josh Deckard provides his book (and non-book) recommendations!

2018 Redeemer Volunteer Needs:

Spring Retreat: The Spring Retreat (April 20-22) is a sweet time gather and rest together! To accomplish that time of refreshment, there are a lot of moving parts and volunteer needs from set-up to childcare to supply purchasing to printing… All skills have a volunteer match! 🙂 Please let Jackie know your skills and she can find a need to help execute our retreat!

SERVANT SHOUTOUT, by Jackie Black: Were you aware Redeemer has a security team? Fortunately, this preventative team has not been necessary so not always known about. James Jabinal has been part of the team since the beginning and his quiet, discreet serving is deeply appreciated. He has alerted leadership and team to needs and we have been able to calmly, and safely, had Sunday services without incidents. Thank you, James for standing guard!

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