This Sunday, we will again be gathering at 4:30pm at Westover Baptist Church.
Here are the songs we’ll be singing so you can prepare your heart to gather as a church.
Order of service:
Call to worship
– Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow
– Come, Behold The Wondrous Mystery
– O Church Arise
– All I Have is Christ
Song of Consecration – My One Comfort
– Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
– All Glory Be Forever
Due to continued occupancy permit delays, this Sunday we are meeting at Westover Baptist Church (1125 Patrick Reed Dr.) at 4:30pm
I am excited to gather as a church family to exalt our God and worship him together!
I encourage you to listen to the songs we’ll be singing. Make them the soundtrack of your home on Sunday morning so you come ready to sing! And as you drive to our new location, use it as an opportunity to pray that God would work powerfully in our midst.
Eric is going to take a break from our Proverbs series in order to preach from Matthew 16:13-20 and talk about the importance and significance of the church.
Hope to see you there!
Order of service:
Call to worship – Isaiah 40:28-31
– A Mighty Fortress is Our God
– Lord of Hosts (Psalm 46)
– I Will Wait for You (Psalm 130)
– His Mercy Is More
Song of Consecration – Be Thou My Vision
– Revive Us Again
Redeemer Weekly:October 7, 2018 — NO MORNING SERVICE! — AFTERNOON SERVICE, 4:30 PM @ WESTOVER — Servant Shoutout: Hijacked!
Reminder: We are meeting at 4:30 pm at Westover Baptist TOMORROW: There is parking on either side of the 1125 Patrick Henry Drive address!
Psst – Due to sanctuary restrictions, there will be no donuts or coffee tomorrow afternoon – please prepare your heart and kiddos appropriately!
Tomorrow in Children’s Ministry (CM): There will be no 3rd – 5th class tomorrow afternoon – parents, if you did not get the email from Jackie earlier this week – please let her know! She will happily forward so you know the plan for tomorrow!
Newcomer Lunch Canceled – Due to the change of location, we will be cancelling the October newcomer lunch. For details about the November one, please let Kelsey Good know!
ReWinD Reminder: With the building not be an option for gathering, we are enjoying the hosting of members for ReWinD as we come together to pray and study Joshua. This week’s meeting will be hosted by Nora Shank
Race, Grace, and the Church event: Eric has been planning an event called “Race, Grace, & the Church” on behalf of Acts29. The cost is $10. It’s open to the public but there are only 400 tickets are available. The event is Monday, Oct 29 at Redemption Hill in DC. Speakers include: Thabiti Anyabwile, Curt Allen, Shaun Cross, Moses Lee, Russell Moore, and Eric Simmons. More info and tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/race-grace-the-church-tickets-50452317239
Fall Women’s Retreat: Join Redeemer Women for our first women’s retreat! Over the course of Friday, November 2 evening and all day Saturday, November 3, we will enjoy times of teaching, worship, prayer and fellowship, as well as panel and small group discussions. Registration fee is $40 ($20 for students) and includes three meals as well as retreat materials. Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can register now!
Servant Shoutout by Jackie Black: Skipping a shoutout?! What is happening… a praise! A little personal encouragement – maybe you do not need it but I do!
Late, last Saturday night, I flew back from vacation to find out we were still and yet again displaced and OH! meeting in the afternoon (#throwback #churchplant). The post-vacation glow faded rapidly, and the head banging on my desk began immediately. Until the Lord (maybe He rolled His eyes at me? #wouldvebeenappropriate) leaned in and reminded me, we have been displaced before… In fact, we were displaced for over 100 days just earlier this year. Which is not close to 146,000 days the Israelites were for over 40 years. God has been clear – His people are sojourners; eagerly looking to their eternal home not this earthly one. So #bringiton all over again. God knows what He is about and where that will be for His people! Countless servants at Redeemer illustrate that for me – most of all, our Savior Christ.
Unfortunately, due to continued occupancy permit issues, we will NOT be gathering at Arlington United Methodist as a church family. We are working hard to resolve these issues with the county and hopefully will have an answer by next week.
The good news is that we WILL gather as a church on Sunday for our members meeting (non-members are welcome to attend). We will meet at Westover Baptist Church (1125 Patrick Henry Dr, Arlington, VA 22205) from 5-6pm. A parent co-op is available for child care. We will take this time to discuss our building situation, sing and pray, and cover other important issues for our church.
Please make it a priority to attend if at all possible!
Unfortunately, our Sunday service tomorrow is CANCELLED.
This past week we were made aware by the county of some safety concerns and permit issues for our building that have be taken care of before we can resume meeting at AUMC. Our hope is to get these resolved this week.
We encourage you to visit other churches in the area as we scatter on the Lord’s day!
Join us on the stage in the sanctuary for our monthly worship and prayer night.
This is an opportunity for us to cry out to the Lord together through songs and prayers. We want to be a people who are eager for more of God’s presence and work in our lives and church!
Redeemer Weekly — Fall Events and Studies — Servant Shoutout: Sunday Manager Team
Good morning! Please join us tomorrow morning at 10am for coffee and donuts at 716 S. Glebe Rd! Reminder: Our main parking lot entrance is CLOSED. Please use the side and main Glebe entrances. Please have a patient and hospitable spirit by being on the lookout for new attenders and assist them finding entrances or children’s ministry!
Children’s Ministry (CM): Kiddos are hearing about the beginning! From Noah’s Ark to the Tower of Babel they are hearing the foundation to one day, Jesus will gather together all of God’s people—people from every tribe and people who speak all kinds of languages—and they will worship Him together.
Member Meeting: Sunday 30th @ 5pm – Reminder, members, there is a member’s meeting. All are welcome to join as we gather in the sanctuary (parental co-op is available if you have signed up already!). Due to the building limitation, there will not be a dinner together but we encourage members to eat together after the meeting!
Redeemer Member Led Events
Pentateuch Study: Sunday, September 30th @ 9 am: The Pentateuch is comprised of the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. It is the foundation of the Bible, not merely because it comes first, but because it establishes the basis of God’s message to the world. Over the next 5 weeks, we will discuss its author, literary form, and historical content. We will also study 5 themes that help us understand the Pentateuch better: Word, Covenant, Kingdom, Redemption, and Revelation. This study will be fun! We will spend time in prayer and discussion. We will even watch videos! There will be no required reading or homework, but suggested reading and application will be provided. All people are welcome! For more information or interest email, Jacques Villarreal!
Women’s Brunch: Saturday, Oct. 6th – Looking for a way to get to know other Redeemer ladies? Have friends you’d like to introduce to our church community? Excited to grow in friendship with ladies in various seasons of life? If so please join us for a Redeemer women’s brunch Saturday, October 6 from 10:00am to 12:00pm to enjoy good food and fellowship. Please feel free to bring your school-age daughters as well! HOSTED at Katherine Taylor’s home in Alexandria (near Bailey’s Crossroads). Please contact Katherine directly at email@example.com for address details. RSVP to this event on Facebook (in the Redeemer Arlington Family group) by Thursday, October 4 or at firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT Katherine at email@example.com with any questions. Hope to see you there!
Servant Shoutout by Jackie Black: SNEAK PEAK – Make sure to come to the member’s meeting tomorrow night to hear more about the new Sunday heroes, officially called the Sunday morning manager team! Team members will be responsible to handle the troubleshooting and management of Sunday mornings – both to identify and implement improvements and release me to sit service! This service began last week while I was out and will continue hereafter!
Their training has included multiple emails, shadowing, and trial by fire with me being on vacation. Thank you, Buck Black, Dale Brown, Erin and Daryl Elliot, Mike Icardi, Tim and Natalie O’Keefe, and Jen and Jason Whetsell
Due to the tornado and flash flood warnings in the area, there will NO ESL classes on Monday, September 17, 2018
“Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.”
Join us as we gather to bless the Lord and forget not all his benefits. We may have forgotten his goodness, or been tempted to doubt his mercy. But it has not changed. God’s promise is that his favor towards us will never end. We are forever united with his Son, Jesus Christ. That is good news for us to celebrate!
I will lead our times of singing and we will welcome Curt Allen, pastor at Solid Rock Church, as he preaches from God’s word.
As you prepare for our gathering, you can listen to the songs we’ll be singing on Spotify.
I encourage you to show up a little early to grab some coffee and donuts and be ready for our call to worship.
Order of service:
Call to worship
– 10,000 Reasons
– Psalm 46 (Lord of Hosts)
– O Praise The Name
– It is Well With My Soul
Song of Consecration – A Christian’s Daily Prayer
– Jesus, There’s No One Like You
– My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less