Redeemer Weekly: August 26, 2018 — September Events — Servant Shoutout: Caleb Quezada
Good morning! Please join us tomorrow morning at 10am for coffee and donuts at 716 S. Glebe Rd.
Tomorrow in Children’s Ministry (CM): For August, Redeemer kiddos will be learning about the book of Revelation before we go back to the beginning in Genesis on September 2! Note: The lessons will be strictly related to the book of Revelation with no endtime views or interpretations.
CM Training Reminder: The FINAL 2018-2019 mandatory training will be held tomorrow at 9am.
Tomorrow in the Men’s Group: The men will meet at Carlos Dimas’ home at 8:45am. For further details, please contact Mike Henry.
Tomorrow JCG Meeting: Parents and Junior Community Group (JCG), there will be an interest meeting immediately after service tomorrow for sharing the goal, schedule, and mission of the upcoming JCG meetings! It will be downstairs in the K-2nd classroom once kiddos and volunteers clear out!
Tomorrow Lunch Option: What is that delicious food smell coming from the lobby tomorrow after service, you ask? The Alcova Heights CG is happy to bring back delicious Latino lunch to you! Lenis and her four children have found a permanent home and are raising money for rent. Come by after the service to enjoy a plate filled with deliciousness. Come with your CG, new and old friends, and enjoy a meal together — $10/plate
Member Meeting Date CHANGE: Due to summer schedule changes and conflicts, the August 26th member meeting has been moved to Sunday, September 30.
Core Seminar: For those interested in pursuing membership with Redeemer, our final 2018 core seminar will be September 28-29. You can register here or get more information at the Connect Table!
Redeemer Member Led Events
Tennis Tournament! Graym Kasko is organizing this year’s Redeemer Open, which will take place in September. ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME TO PLAY. If you are interested in playing (or learning more), email Graym Kasko or reply to the post on the Redeemer’s Facebook page.
Fall 2018 Financial Peace University (FPU): The Kaskos and Dimases invite you to participate in Financial Peace University, a nine-week course from Dave Ramsey about ways to wisely steward money. The class will start on Monday, September 10 at 6:30pm at the Dimas’ house, and dinner will be provided. Additional information is on Facebook, or you can email Graym Kasko.
ReWind Resumes! Ladies, look for the details in coming weeks as Redeemer Women in Discipleship (ReWind) returns this fall!
Redeemer Service Area Needs:
Children’s Ministry: The largest service team for Redeemer’s largest service area is still looking for TWENTY (20!) members to serve for our 2018-2019 year (September through August)! No experience required – and currently we will have to CLOSE classes on the 1st, 3rd and 4th weeks due to a lack of volunteers. Members,, we need you to sign up to serve! As always, let Jackie know where and how you can serve!
ESL Ministry: Is still looking for THREE teacher assistant volunteers and a few extra hands for the set up, general administration for the Fall 2018 semester. English classes are held Mondays 7-9 pm and Thursdays 7-8:30 pm from September 17 to December 6. We also host a Bible reading class on Thursdays. This is a great way to serve and build relationships with people in our community! To hear about short or long term opportunities, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open and Close Team: We’re looking for 1 or 2 volunteers to join our team of faithful servants who arrive early on Sundays (10am) to set up our space to ensure it is ready and welcoming. Please email Ben Seck if you’re interested!
Servant Shoutout by Jackie Black: Summer at Redeemer has long been called a funny time because of the travels, transition, and general slow crazy part of summers. This would include the frequent missing people on vacation.
Fortunately, for Redeemer, that has not included Caleb Quezada. Rather, Caleb has been serving in various capacities this summer by leading worship, leading his CG, assisting with the CM move, and fulfilling his deacon responsibilities. Caleb released Jordan for his family vacations and preaching responsibilities by leading and ever having an eye on how to grow and improve Redeemer’s music ministry. Thank you, Caleb for how you support Jordan with worship ministry and love Redeemer through serving in various other areas!