Registration is OPEN!

You can register here!

Cost is a flat $160 for a single and $320 for a couple. This includes meals Saturday through Sunday lunch. An additional $10 Friday dinner option is available. Children are free.

To prevent the cost from prohibiting anyone from attending, please email retreat@redeemerarlington.com about scholarship opportunities.

When: April 28-30, 2017

Where: Capon Springs, WV

Who: Redeemer! This is not a member specific event but rather a time for the Redeemer community to be together.

Schedule: Our time together will begin Friday night, at 7:30 pm for a prayer and worship time. Our Saturday session will be at 10 am following 8:30 breakfast. We will enjoy free time together after lunch (12 pm) from 1 pm – 6 pm before dinner and gathering together again at 7:30 pm. Sunday morning before leaving we will have a final session and (MEMBERS!) our April Member Meeting. Capon Springs will send us off after lunch.

Childcare: GPTV Explorer will be on site! Childcare for 1 – 10 year olds will be provided. For youth interested in helping (which includes compensation) please email: retreat@redeemerarlington.com

This Sunday – February 5th, 2017

“Turn to the earth and be saved, all the ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other.” Isaiah 45:22

God invites us to gather together to testify that he is God and there is no other.

In the turmoil and confusion of this day and age, our weekly gathering reminds us that God is in control, and he is working for his glory and for our good.

This Sunday we have the privilege of welcoming 13 individuals who want to commit to be members at Redeemer.

Also, for the next two weeks, Eric is going to preach on how we should think Biblically about the current events and environment that we live in. You’ll have the opportunity to text in questions which he will answer at the end of the sermon. Let’s pray that God would give us clarity where there is confusion and conviction where there is apathy.

See you Sunday!

Order of service –

Call To Worship – Isaiah 45:22
– Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow
– Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery
– Stronger

Welcome New Members
Song of Consecration – Be Thou My Vision
– Grace and Peace
– How Great Thou Art


This Sunday – September 25th, 2016

Ascribe to the Lord, O heavenly beings,
ascribe to the Lord glory and strength.
Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name;
worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness.
The voice of the Lord is over the waters;
the God of glory thunders,
the Lord, over many waters.
The voice of the Lord is powerful;
the voice of the Lord is full of majesty.

Psalm 29:1-4

This Sunday we gather together to respond to God’s call to worship him.

He calls us to remember and reflect on his greatness and glory. He call us to rejoice in his mercy and grace. And he calls us to consider how we can offer our lives as ‘pleasing sacrifices’ to him.

Join us as sing, study God’s word, and take communion together. God invites you to experience and know him more!

Order of service:

Call To Worship – Psalm 29:1-4; 10-11
– All Hail The Power Of Jesus’ Name
Prayer of Confession
– The Greatest Love
– All Glory Be Forever
– Take My Life And Let It Be

Public Prayer
Song of Consecration – Your Words Of Life
– Remembrance
– O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing


This Sunday – September 4th, 2016

“Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts.” Psalm 145:3-4

From generation to generation, we are to commend all that God has done. It’s our privilege and our responsibility.

This Sunday will be a bit different than other Sundays.

Typically, the kids in our church spent most if not all of their time downstairs in our Children’s Ministry, learning about Jesus from the incredible servants in our church that faithfully serve them.

This Sunday, we are going to bring them upstairs! The cast and crew that normally provide a skit for the kids to introduce new sections in their curriculum are going to do their skit and lesson in our main service with the kids present. After that I am going to give a shortened message on the importance of passing on the gospel to the next generation.

We want to highlight the work that is being done in Children’s Ministry, and invite us to collectively learn about and worship God, who is greatly to be praised.

See you there!

Order of service:

– Come Thou Fount
– Arise, My soul Arise

Gospel Project (Children’s Ministry Lesson)
Message – Psalm 78:1-8
– Amazing Grace
– My Redeemer’s Love


Good Friday Service – 7 pm / Easter Sunday – 10:30 am

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Jan. 24 Sunday Service Cancelled

Due to the amount of snow we are expected to receive, Redeemer’s Service tomorrow morning is canceled.

I encourage you to check in with your neighbors and Redeemer community and spend some time tomorrow thanking God for the true rest he has given us through Christ. Times like these are a unique opportunity to slow down in the midst of the busyness of life. You could read through the book of Acts, take time to pray, listen to some worship music, take a nap, play games, laugh with friends and family, make the most of this time!

Hope everyone stays safe and warm. See you all next Sunday!

Redeemer Weekly – 12/13/2015

HAPPY ADVENT SEASON: Today is the second Sunday. We’ll have coffee, donuts, Munchkins and fellowship waiting for you, beginning at 10 a.m. at Arlington United Methodist Church, 716 S. Glebe Road. The service begins at 10:30 — 19 days to Christmas!  

ADVENT KICKOFF, Today, Children’s Ministry will kick off its Advent Unit, with some awesome ugly Christmas sweaters! The 3rd-5th class will be downstairs for the entire service.

TODAY: Our rescheduled newcomer lunch immediately follows the service. This is for first-time visitors, regular attenders, guests — anyone who’d like to meet the elders and other Redeemer members. Please head to our welcome table for details.

ALSO TODAY: Matt Horlacher writes, “This Sunday should be nice, the temps are in the upper 60s.  And we are in the heart of football season, so… let’s have another Redeemer football game! Guys, come out and join us, and bring friends if you’d like too!  Send me an email or text if you plan to come, or if you need anymore details: matt_horlacher@yahoo.com or 701-721-4781

DEC. 24: We are excited to have our first Redeemer Christmas Eve Service on Friday, December 24 at 6 pm. This hour service ha a theme of “Hope has Come”. For those who are local or have family coming into family, we hope you can join us and invite others with you.

SERVANT SHOUTOUT, by Jackie Black:  Once a month, children’s ministry has a unit kickoff to introduce the kids to the unit theme and songs. These Sundays are some of my favorite as all ages are engaged through song, skits, activities, and of course, coloring :)

A key to our successful kickoffs is the high energy and musical talents our youth unit kickoff band bring. These youths sacrifice their time of Sunday worship to teach and engage the CM kiddos in music and song. They patiently and enthusiastically teach the children songs. When your children are able to sing and dance around the house, that is because they saw the band do it first.  We are grateful for the example of serving they set for the younger children. Thank you, Unit Kickoff Band!  

–Seeing a servant? Shout out! I know serving in happening; help me see who is doing it and please let me know at jackie@redeemerarlington.com.

FROM DALE BROWN and the other elders: We will take a few minutes in each Sunday service over the next three weeks to share highlights of ministries included in the new Strategic Opportunity Fund, launched in conjunction with the 2016 budget. We are asking Redeemer members to consider making a one-time gift in December, above your regular giving, to support these opportunities to extend our mission with projects such as: …

… Supporting the work of other church planters internationally and in the U.S. … Saving for our next church planting opportunity … Supporting OneU’s hiring of two new campus missionaries to start work at a campus in D.C. … Donating to Young Life South Arlington’s campership fund so teenagers can hear the Gospel at Young Life Camp. … Partnering financially with the Assistant Pregnancy Center. As giving exceeds our operating budget during the year, we will allocate those excess funds to these projects.

This Sunday – October 18th, 2015

“Oh sing to the Lord a new song,
for he has done marvelous things!
His right hand and his holy arm
have worked salvation for him.
The Lord has made known his salvation;
he has revealed his righteousness in the sight of the nations.
He has remembered his steadfast love and faithfulness
to the house of Israel.
All the ends of the earth have seen
the salvation of our God.”
Psalm 98:1-3

This Sunday we come to remember together that God has made known his salvation to us.

We sing, study his word, and take communion because we believe that Jesus really lived, and died, and rose from the dead. God’s salvation accomplished, our hope secured!

Let us come to encounter our God and Father, through Jesus Christ, by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Eric will continue our series in the book of Acts as we look again at Acts 2:42-47 and consider how we use our time. I will lead our times of singing.

I hope to see you there!

Order of Service:
– My One Comfort
Call to Worship
– Rejoice
– Now Why This Fear

Song of Consecration – I Need Thee Every Hour
Response song
– Take My Life And Let It Be
– All I Have Is Christ
– Lord, I Need You


Redeemer Weekly – 7/5/2015

Redeemer Weekly — July 5, 2015

Good morning and happy Fourth of July weekend! Hope you had a great time of family, feasting, fireworks and freedom from devices. We’d love to see you at 10 for coffee, fellowship, Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkins — and for the holiday, cookies — at Arlington United Methodist Church, 716 S. Glebe Road. The service begins at 10:30.

NEXT Sunday, Kids’ Retreat returns as Gay and her gang return to teach on the Beatitudes.


SERVANT SHOUTOUT, by Jackie Black: Redeemer loves when guests and visitors come to our Welcome Table. We’re eager to meet new people and connect them with Redeemer’s community. Rachel has been an amazing gift to our greeting team. She is faithful to come early and stay late — always with a smile — to ensure that guests are welcomed, questions answered, and connections made. Her spirit of hospitality is an example to those who see how she welcomes others into Redeemer. THANK YOU, Rachel for how you warmly exemplify Christ to visitors and guests!

–Shout out to your servant: Do you know someone who is faithfully serving? Please let me know at jackie@redeemerarlington.com.




Redeemer Weekly – 2/22/2015

Service will be held today at 10:30 am. 

Shaun and Melissa will hold a second interest meeting TODAY on a D.C. church plant, for those who could not make the first meeting. The Crosses will discuss the who, what, where, when and why of the plant.

REDEEMER’S SPRING RETREAT NEWS: Early Bird Registration is open until March 10, at $135 per person. After March 10, the standard registration price is $165. Children below 18 attend free. Details are on The City and redeemerarlington.com/retreat.


–NEXT SUNDAY is our first Sunday Lunch in the new building. This is a sweet time of food and fellowship as a church community. To help plan for food and to sign up to assist with clean-up, please complete the short RSVP form. (Thanks to Tyler Robinson and Courtney Drake for their work on this lunch.)

— REDEMPTION GROUP begins March 8. Jordan invites men: “Are you a man who is currently battling with lust? T.J. Johnson and I are going to lead a 10-week study on Sunday mornings from 8:45 to 10 a.m., related to battling lust and the lies that we believe. We’ve gone through this book a few times since Redeemer has started and many guys have found it very helpful as they think about this issue. We will meet every week beginning Sun., March 8th. We’ll be going through a book called Crossroads, and you can buy it here. If you’re interested in participating, just shoot me an email (jordan@redeemerarlington.com). Glad to be growing and fighting with you men.”

SERVANT SHOUTOUT, by Jackie Black: Dynamic duo, Richard and Evelyn serve on the sound team to ensure quality mixing and clear audio on Sundays. Richard and Evelyn come early and leave late to ensure completion of serving. Their skills in serving keep the worship team in tune and their banter keeps the team in check.Their obvious teamwork shows in their banter with and joy towards each other. Thank you, Richard and Evelyn!

–See a servant? Say something! If you want a shoutout to someone who is serving, please let me know at jackie@redeemerarlington.com.