MINISTRIES THAT BRING MATURITY
"Instead, we will speak the truth in love, growing in every way more and more like Christ, who is the head of his body, the church."
NightLife is a Thursday night ministry for the whole family. We meet the first three Sundays of each month in the Fall, at 1228 Gill Hall Road. Occasionally, we will have dinner together from 6-6:30. Every meeting, from 6:30-7:45pm we have Life Groups for deaf and hearing adults, weekly children's ministry for K-5th graders and Youth Group for middle and high schoolers.
CHILDREN & TEENS
We strive to serve all children, from newborns to 12th graders, with some level of teaching and discipleship that is right for them.
Teaching Time is our "during the sermon" teaching ministry for kids ages 5 yrs. old-6th grade.
NightLife is our Thursday night ministry where we divide kids into elementary age and middle-high school age.
Get more details about our ministry to children and teens here.
If you're looking for a place to have fellowship and discussion about topics that pertain to mom's, then Mothers' Morning at Redemption Hill Church is the place for you! This ministry is open to all mom's that would like to attend.
For more information on when we meet contact our admin, Alicia.
All of our Life Groups are open to people outside of Redemption Hill Church, too. Newcomers and guests are welcome. You can also try once, and if it's not your thing, that's okay.
To learn more about where and when different groups are meeting, contact our admin, Alicia.
We have a growing ministry to the Deaf and hard-of-hearing. This ministry features a Life Group and ASL interpretation during the services and many other functions, led by Associate Pastor Roddey Caughman. For more details, go here.
SINGLE GENDER MINISTRIES
Our Single Gender Bible Studies meet in the summer, when our Life Groups take a break. For information about our women's ministry, click here. When next summer approaches, we'll share what the men and women are each doing.
We love the South Hills and actively look for ways to enrich our communities and bless our neighbors. To see any upcoming events, go here.
Sometimes that looks like events like our Thank You Lunch for First Responders, or our kid's events like Father-Son Football at TJHS, FlagTag at Mowry Park or a Mother-Daughter "Frozen" Tea Party.
Other times it may be working together on a community service project, visiting the elderly or volunteering at other existing groups.
God commands us to worship Him and to sing His praises. We take a 'best of' philosophy to musical worship, singing and learning the best songs of each generation and not being overly tied to one style or tradition. What is key for us is that the songs are true to Scripture's word about God, grace and our need for faith in Christ.