Redeemer Weekly – 12/23/2018

Redeemer Weekly: December 23, 2018 — 2019 Church Event Dates! — Servant Shoutout: Scott Moshier  

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

Tomorrow in Children’s Ministry (CM): Pausing in our learning of the Old Testament, kiddos skip ahead to hear about the birth of our Savior and our covenant keeping God.  

Christmas Eve Service, Monday, December 24 @ 5pm – Please join us for our annual Christmas Eve service on Monday, December 24 at 5pm! This hour long, family friendly service is a great time to invite friends and neighbors to hear how and why we celebrate this Advent season!

Due to the holiday season – there will be no worship and prayer night in December.

2019 Redeemer Event Calendar

Member Meetings, Sundays @ 5 pm:

February 10, April 28 (Spring Retreat), September 8, and December 1

Core Seminars, Fridays evening and Saturday mornings:

January 11-12, May 17-18, and October 4-5

Spring Retreat, Capon Springs, WV

April 26-28

REDEEMER FINANCIAL UPDATE FOR NOVEMBER 2018: In November, we received $8,017 (12.93%) below our monthly budgeted giving. For the year, we are still slightly above the projected budgeted giving (1.9%). We encourage you to consider how you might generously give towards Redeemer in December so we can finish the year in a strong position for 2019. As a reminder, any surplus funds received will be used towards mission, mercy, and building expansion/development. Thank you for giving generously to impact the Redeemer community and our mission!

2018 Giving Statements: Thank you for those who have given to Redeemer! Statements of your giving will be emailed at the end of January 2019!

Servant Shoutout by Jackie Black: Once asked about staff meetings, I said Scott Moshier is a saint! And while he might not agree with that assessment, his leadership and care for staff is exemplary. Scott has invested, streamlined, and led our team for over a year as deacon of staff management. I personally have received great care and managerial support and seen him do that for staff and all our eldership. Thank you, Scott for being a saint of staff meetings!  

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