Middle school students will have a chance to go to the Edge conference June 23-27 this summer. Cost will be $350 which includes the cost of travel and conference. Please email Caroline [email@example.com] if you are interested in signing up your middle school student to attend the Edge.
The Redeemer Women's Meet & Eat will be a night of good food, new connections, and real conversations. Everyone interested in participating will be assigned a home, where she and a small group of women will gather for an evening of dinner and conversation. The night will have no agenda other than to eat and hang out with other Redeemer women whom you might not have met yet.
Encounter Indy is July 9th - 12th, 8:15 AM to 3:30 PM and 7:45 AM to 7 PM on the 13th for a day of fun at King's Island. We will begin our mornings together at Redeemer at 8:15 AM with breakfast, prayer, and a devotion before serving at Vacation Bible School from 9:30-noon. We will have lunch together each day before going to our afternoon activity until 3:30 PM. To end the week we will go to King's Island on the 13th, meeting at Redeemer at 7:45 AM and returning by 7 PM. The cost of Encounter Indy is $75 and can be paid in cash or a check made out to Redeemer Presbyterian.
Breakfast will be provided Monday through Thursday, as well as pizza for the group at King's Island on Friday for lunch, but students will need to bring packed lunches Monday through Thursday, and a packed dinner if they would like to eat something on the way back from King's Island.
Each morning, students can be dropped off at Redeemer's back entrance nearest the main gallery and kitchen, meeting in the Underground at 8:15 AM, and picked up in Redeemer's parking lot each day at 3:30 PM.
Sign up here by July 17th to guarantee your t-shirt size!
We are so excited for the annual opportunity to serve alongside each other and have fun around Indy! Email Caroline [firstname.lastname@example.org] with any questions!
You're invited to VBS 2018: Epic Explorers!
All children entering Kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to join us for a week of Epic Exploration as we venture through the gospel of Mark!
Contact Todd Dawkins, pastor of Next Gen, for more information!
All youth and their families are welcome to join us for the annual swing dance on June 3rd from 6:30 to 8:15 PM in Redeemer's gym! This will be the inaugural event for all rising 6th graders and their families as they join the youth ministry.
The swing dance is free but bring some extra cash to enjoy our bake sale as we help fundraise for the middle school girls to go to camp.
Please contact Caroline Fridblom ] with any questions!
Discovering Redeemer is about more than church membership!
Interested in learning more about Redeemer? Come get answers to questions like:
- What does it mean to be, “In the city, for the city”?
- Why do we baptize?
- What ministries does Redeemer support?
- What is our story? Where’d we come from as a congregation and who are we interested in becoming?
Join the next session Friday, May 18 from 6-9pm and Saturday, May 18 from 9-noon.
Our time together will look a little like this:
6-7pm | Dinner -- taking that time to discuss church experience with one another
7-8pm | Session One -- What is Church?
8-9pm | Session Two -- Why membership? We'll focus on comparing Matthew 16 with Matthew 18, showing that it is the church that has the, "Keys to the Kingdom," what that means, why it's important, and how applies today.
9-10am | Breakfast + Review of the first night
10-11am | Session Three -- What does membership mean at Redeemer? We'll focus on being part of Community Groups, and using your gifts to serve both Redeemer and the city.
11am-12noon | Session Four -- An in-depth look at the five membership vows, covering the particularities of the PCA
Dinner on Friday and Breakfast on Sunday are both provided, but there will not be any childcare. If childcare is an issue, let us know.
Dig deeper into what it means to be a part of the community here! To register for the next session, click here!
Newish to Redeemer? We’d love for you to join us for lunch after the 11:00 service on May 6. It’s a great chance to meet people, ask questions, and learn more about Redeemer. All ages welcome (plus, we’ll have supervised play for kids in the gym after we eat). Sign up at the Welcome Table or online.
College can be either a challenging or rewarding time for your faith. Join Brad Tubbesing, RUF minister at IU, for lunch to hear about how to thrive in your Christian faith during college. This is for high school students and their families, no matter where you plan to go to college, or even if you will go. April 29, after second service, in the Underground Gallery. Lunch provided!
Sign up here!
This is going to be fun! Here's how it works. Team captains recruit people to come and be on their trivia team. The cost is $240 per team and you can have up to 8 people at your table ($30/person). There will be several rounds of trivia and the winning table will take home a $1,000 cash prize!! WE ARE LOOKING FOR TEAM CAPTAINS! Captains are responsible for collecting and turning in money prior to the event, as well as bringing snacks for their table that evening. There will be a silent auction going on at the same time, with lots of great items to bid on. We will have a cash bar as well. No outside drinks allowed. Please sign up below if you are willing to be a team captain!
For more information, please contact Sara Trombley at 317-418-4724 or email@example.com.
Register at: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050a4dada622a20-20181
Redeemer Women invite you to join them for a Women’s One Read. Grab a copy of Seated with Christ: Living Freely in a Culture of Comparison by Heather Holleman, read it, and join us to discuss the book’s message and how being “seated with Christ” changes our everyday lives.
We will meet Tuesday, April 17, 7:30–9:00 p.m. in the Underground. Dessert and coffee will be served. Books are being sold in the courtyard lobby at cost ($10) every Sunday through 3/18. Please register at the table or online here so we can cater correctly.
We will join all the youth ministries in the Central Indiana Presbytery for roller skating. All middle school and high school students are welcome to join us and invite friends. If you are interested in either driving or lending your vehicle for this event, please let Caroline know.
Register online here!
Easter is right around the corner, which means it's time to sign-up to help with Easter Brunch! This is the largest meal of the year, and our community coming together makes this possible.
Sign up here to volunteer to help setup, serve, clean up, and/or bring food.
Easter is a significant season in the life of our community and we look forward each year to worshiping together throughout the week as we get closer and closer to celebrating the day that Jesus raised us all from the dead.
Join us at 8am, 9:30am, or 11am, and Brunch from 9-11:30am!
You are invited to join us for our Ash Wednesday service at 6:30pm. There will be nursery care for 3yrs and younger. This service is a part of our community’s yearly worship rhythm where we seek the Lord in prayer to bring change in our hearts and lives. To RSVP for childcare, email Darby [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Christian Teaching and Training (CT&T) classes are a place for you to go deeper into God’s word as a community guided by trained leaders who want to help make sense of the Bible and see it applied to all areas of life. CT&T classes will not only make you think, but impact your heart and life lived out as well. Classes meet between worship services, 10:00-10:50am beginning Jan. 21.
Everyday Gospel – Busyness. Craft beer. Smartphones. HGTV’s Fixer Upper. Piano lessons and soccer practice. The stuff of everyday life. What does the gospel have to do with all that? This class will help us have a better story for interpreting everyday life and then living out our role in the story. We’ll unpack God’s big story and our story in it and apply that to all sorts of practical topics. Prepare to be liberated and challenged as we believe in the everyday gospel together. This class is lead by Charles and Erin Anderson, and meets in the Speck Gallery.
Creative Class – This class is a place for creative souls to gather for prayer, encouragement, and exploration of how the gospel impacts an artist’s life. The class is designed so that people can drop in and out as their schedule allows. Kyle Ragsdale will lead this class in his studio.
Romans – This class will dive into the longest and most systematic of the apostle Paul’s letters. Themes will include how the gospel is God’s power for salvation, receiving righteousness through faith, justification from sin, living out one’s belief in Jesus as a sacrifice to God, and more. This class meets in the Underground and is led by Dan Barber.
Questions: Jamie MacGregor [email@example.com].
3-year-olds – meet in room 160A (Children’s Worship room)
4/5-year-olds – meet in room 160B (adjacent to the Children’s Worship room).
K-3rd grades – class starts in room 203 and will split into small groups mid-hour.
K-1st grade – will be picked up from 203
2nd-3rd grade – will be picked up from 205
4th-5th grades – meet in the study (201).
Middle School – meet in the youth room (204).
High School – meets in New Hope Counseling offices (207).
College Years (Fall & Spring) – This class, offered to those 18-22 years old, will discuss theological / spiritual challenges to the Christian faith that we often face from friends, co-workers, or instructors. Even if you can not be with us every week, we look forward to your contribution when you can. Class location is room 141 and is led by Sean and Jonna Kelley.
Questions: Todd Dawkins [firstname.lastname@example.org].