Redeemer Weekly – 11/18/2018

Redeemer Weekly: November 18, 2018 — Budget Townhall TOM. — Servant Shoutout: Brandon Tusing

Good morning! Please join us for coffee and donuts before our Sunday service at 10:30 am at 716 S Glebe Road!

Open/Close need, NEXT Sunday, November 25 – The whole of the open/close serving team will be out of town next weekend for the Thanksgiving holiday. If able to fill in for this one time commitment next Sunday, please let Ben Seck know!

Tomorrow in Children’s Ministry (CM): Kiddos, learn one of the sweet love stories in the Bible between Jacob and Rachel (Genesis 29-31) but also how human trickery does not disrupt God’s plan. Laban tricked Jacob into marrying Leah and Rachel. Even though Jacob did not love Leah, God loved her and used her in His plan. Through Leah’s son Judah, God would show His love for the world by sending His Son.

Budget Town Halls and December Member Meeting: Members, our 2019 budget meeting will be Sunday, December 2. Prior to the meeting, we’ll also have two town halls to discuss the proposed budget starting TOMORROW, November 18,

“Race, Grace, and the Church” Recordings. Redemption Hill’s team recorded Race, Grace, and the Church” event on October 29. Links to talks given by Thabiti Anyabwile and Russell Moore, as well as the panel discussion with Eric, Moses, Shaun, Thibiti, Curt, and Russell, are below.

Redeemer Serving Needs:

Children’s MinistryMembers, we still have needs for our children’s ministry! Deeply grateful for our current servants but they need support from additional teachers and assistants. Let Jackie know if able to serve.

Coffee Team Most of us love and need that coffee kick in the morning; Sundays included. The coffee team is looking for 1-2 more volunteers to serve once a month and ensure there is the precious fluid. Let Lynne Walton know if interested.

Projection Team – Except for Jordan, not all of us know all the words to every song we sing which is why we need a projection team! Down two teammates, this vital Sunday morning team is looking for recruits. Email Sarah Mugg is interested.

Redeemer Member Community Outreach:

Arlington Foster Care Toy Drive: UPDATE! Thank you for the interest and desire to serve our area families through a toy drive for Arlington county foster families! For the next three Sundays, TOMORROW, November 25, and December 2, you can give me the toys! Current needs include toys for 0-1 year olds (five) and 2-5 years old (25) and festive baked goods. Toys need to be new, unwrapped, and nothing weaponlike or violent (i.e. squirt guns, etc.). For those interested in festive baked goods and help with delivery for the party on December 8 – I am still awaiting details but will keep you posted! If interested, let Jackie Black ( of any questions!

Servant Shoutout by Jackie Black: Who has the rythme, who has the beat? Brandon Tusing does! As one who loves worship but has not musical talent (really), I love the nods and nominations (Jordan Kauflin) for the worship team. Brandon is one who jumped in early to the drummer role on the team – a much needed instrument – when there was a lack and need. It has been a joy and appreciation to have him on the team! Thank you, Brandon!

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