Redeemer Weekly: January 6, 2019 — January events begin!
Good morning! 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): Redeemer kiddos continue to learn about the Israelite people in captivity and how the Lord delivered them through plague and the Passover (Exodus 5-12), which whispers of the Passover with Christ to come. And psst – T-SHIRT launch next week!
Tomorrow, Newcomer Lunch! For newcomers to Redeemer, we invite you to join us immediately after the service for lunch at an elder’s home (across the street). For details or to RSVP, please let Kelsey Good know!
Core Seminar, January 11-12: For those interested in membership at Redeemer, our first of three 2019 core seminars is next weekend, Friday evening, January 11 and Saturday morning, January 12. You can register here!
Race and the church, January 24: Please join us for our monthly discussion on race and the church on Thursday, January 24 at 7 pm. We’ll meet in the church lobby, and we will be walking through chapters 4-6 of Divided by Faith. We will meet again on February 28 to discuss the remainder of the book, and then we will have a roundtable discussion on March 28. Please email Andrea Braxton (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Baptism Sunday, January 27: We are excited to celebrate baptisms at the end of January on Sunday, January 27. If interested in being baptized, please let Jordan know!
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. If you have any questions, please let Jackie know!
Mark you calendar – February 1 & 2! The Regional Acts 29 Conference will include guest speaker Curt Thompson.
Assist Pregnancy Center Baby Bottle Campaign: Multiple members at Redeemer participate (or work) at Assist Pregnancy Center. On Sunday, January 20 we will kick off a Baby Bottle Boomerang campaign!The Baby Bottle Boomerang Campaign is a fun and easy way for Redeemer to support the ministry of Assist as a church family. Assist exists to promote life through Christ to those vulnerable to abortion. A table will be manned by member Elizabeth Moore before and after the service for any questions or to provide you with a baby bottle to raise funds and awareness of those facing unplanned pregnancies.