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Upcoming Events

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RYM SNL
Oct
20

RYM SNL

On Sunday nights, we gather together with more than fifty 6th-12th graders. During this time we focus primarily on “the heart.” We eat dinner together, play ridiculous games, worship, and hear from God’s Word- taught by both students and leaders.

Town Hall
Oct
27

Town Hall

Our annual Town Hall will be full of updates, vision casting, and all kinds of information you will want to know! Plan to arrive early this Sunday - childcare through age 10 will be provided!

Harvest Festival
Oct
27

Harvest Festival

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Join us as we celebrate the Lord’s provision over the last year! In conjunction with New Garden Farm, we will have a beautiful evening of fun, fellowship, and delicious food.

4:00pm - Games & Activities - family-friendly costumes are welcome!

5:00pm - Liturgy of Thanks & Worship

5:30pm - Potluck Dinner - bring a side dish or dessert to share. Benelou BBQ will be providing the meat, with meat from Reverence Farms.

7:00pm - S’mores & Fire Pit

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Nov
2

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.

RYM SNL
Nov
10

RYM SNL

On Sunday nights, we gather together with more than fifty 6th-12th graders. During this time we focus primarily on “the heart.” We eat dinner together, play ridiculous games, worship, and hear from God’s Word- taught by both students and leaders.

RYM SNL
Nov
17

RYM SNL

On Sunday nights, we gather together with more than fifty 6th-12th graders. During this time we focus primarily on “the heart.” We eat dinner together, play ridiculous games, worship, and hear from God’s Word- taught by both students and leaders.

RYM SNL
Nov
24

RYM SNL

On Sunday nights, we gather together with more than fifty 6th-12th graders. During this time we focus primarily on “the heart.” We eat dinner together, play ridiculous games, worship, and hear from God’s Word- taught by both students and leaders.

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Dec
7

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.

RYM SNL
Dec
8

RYM SNL

On Sunday nights, we gather together with more than fifty 6th-12th graders. During this time we focus primarily on “the heart.” We eat dinner together, play ridiculous games, worship, and hear from God’s Word- taught by both students and leaders.

Ladies Christmas Tea
Dec
14

Ladies Christmas Tea

Join us for our annual Ladies Christmas Tea! Bring your friends, mothers, daughters, neighbors - all ladies of all ages are welcome! Feel free to dress up or come casual, we just want you to come participate in this tradition.

Please bring your favorite teacup, and let us know if you are willing to bring a treat as well!

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Jan
11

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Feb
1

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.

We Will: Marriage Retreat
Feb
6
to Feb 8

We Will: Marriage Retreat

As a picture of God's covenant with us, God places a high value on the covenant of marriage, and we believe all couples would benefit from intentional time spent together focusing on this covenant. We will have times of teaching, prayer, worship, and stories of how God has worked in the marriages of other couples at Redeemer. 

Register by November 1, and be entered into a drawing for a FREE spa package at the Grandover!

Scholarships and payment plans are available - contact Jessie Meriwether.

You may purchase additional nights at the Grandover with our reduced rate of $175/night if you would like to extend your time with your spouse! Contact Angela Kaye Hawkins if you are interested! 

Cost: $349/couple
Includes: Dinner Thursday night, hotel room Friday night, breakfast and lunch on Saturday, and a few other surprises!

Thursday Night Dinner

Cadillac Service Garage
6-8pm

Friday 7pm - Saturday 4pm

Retreat @ Grandover Resort
Breakfast & lunch included

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Mar
7

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Apr
4

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.


Booyah at the Barn
Oct
13

Booyah at the Barn

Booyah at the Barn will be October 13th at 3pm at Church of the Redeemer. The cost will be $10 per person. We are going to ask you all to help us with the food again this year. We are hoping to get all of our side dishes and desserts covered by you all, and we will be providing the BBQ!

Sign up to bring a dish and help us make this event more Booyah than ever!! Sign up here to let us know what food you will be bringing!

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Renslow Visit/Gathering
Oct
9

Renslow Visit/Gathering

Hello from Berlin!! The Renslow’s are coming back for a visit next week!! We originally weren’t planning on coming back until Mac graduated from UNC in May but we found some crazy cheap airline tickets and we decided we couldn’t pass them up! Also, its been a tough season and we just needed some time at home to see friends, feel some familiar, and get some bear hugs. The Hawkins have offered to open up their new home for us to hang out together. Instead of sending the invite out to the whole church, we wanted to invite you personally!! The “gathering” is Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7:00 pm. We are asking you to bring an appetizer or dessert to share and throw some lawn chairs in the car:-) We will provide the drinks!

If you are available to come, could you RSVP? We can’t wait to see everybody!

Much love!
Gayla

***Since our kids have struggled so much this year with school and just the German environment in general, asking them “How do you like Germany” will get you a short negative response;-). Some better questions for them might be…..Tell me about one of your friends you’ve been able to make since you moved. What's it like not having a car…can you actually ride the train and busses by yourself at your age!?! Tell me about your room/apartment. What is your favorite food or candy that you found in Germany;-). Tell me about fun places you've seen on your bike (Zeke). Tell me about any parks or amusement parks you’ve been to (Zeke or Zuri). Tell me about Chewie (our new dog). These are questions that make them proud;-). They are both getting better at German and can understand more and more but too embarrassed to speak it right now:-)

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RYM Small Group Night
Oct
6

RYM Small Group Night

Middle School Girls - Will meet at the Coley's - 1208 Alderman Dr.

Middle School Guys - Will meet at the Thomas’ - 3207 Timberoak Ct.

High School Girls - Will meet at the Uhlenberg’s - 517 Woodvale Dr.

High School Guys - Will meet at the Hill’s - 1210 Alderman Dr.

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Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday
Oct
5

Umuganda: A Parish, Park, Farm Workday

In Rwanda, the entire country takes one Saturday a month to do community service projects - roads are shut down, and everyone is mandated to spend time working alongside one another. They call that day Umuganda, which means “come together” in kinyarwandan. Now, we won’t be instituting fines for not attending like the Rwandan government, but we want to learn from their intentionality and set aside regular times for us to do projects around our Parish, Park and Farm.

One Saturday morning each month we will have our own Umuganda day from 8am-12pm - you can come for the whole time or come for an hour. We will have a hot breakfast at the beginning ($2/person) and a short time of morning prayer together before breaking out to various jobs and projects.

October 5 - Come kick off our first Umuganda day with a slightly earlier breakfast (7:30am) and conversation with Bishop Manasseh & Maddie Uwamahoro from the Gahini diocese in Rwanda! They will begin our time sharing on the impact of our 10-year relationship with the Gahini parish as well as exciting future developments!

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Working Theology: Class 1
Sep
30

Working Theology: Class 1

Who should attend:
This course is designed to engage followers of Christ with a desire to learn how to participate more fully with God in His purpose for our vocations and daily lives.

What we will discuss:
We will focus on engaging the questions of faith, vocation, the Gospel, and how they are meant to intersect and inform our everyday life in the workplace and in our community as Christians. Over 8 weeks we will look in depth at God's purposes for His people in the marketplace and local culture in the Old Testament, the New Testament, and even in our local history right here in the Triad. Please join us!

Cost:
$259.

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RYM SNL
Sep
29

RYM SNL

On Sunday nights, we gather together with more than fifty 6th-12th graders. During this time we focus primarily on “the heart.” We eat dinner together, play ridiculous games, worship, and hear from God’s Word- taught by both students and leaders.

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The Faithful Table: Week 3
Sep
29

The Faithful Table: Week 3

God shows up when we share a meal with our community.

In an age of fast food and frenzied family schedules, where can we carve out a safe place to share a meal and open our hearts?

We would like to offer practical tools to bring the family dinner back; an exchange of our stories; and reflect on how God meets us in the simple act of sharing a meal together...after all that is what Jesus did! This will be a time of discussion and sharing of ideas.

This is a 3-week class on Sunday evenings in September from 6:00-7:30pm. Childcare is provided - please let Scotty know if you are interested in bringing your kids!

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The Faithful Table: Week 2
Sep
22

The Faithful Table: Week 2

God shows up when we share a meal with our community.

In an age of fast food and frenzied family schedules, where can we carve out a safe place to share a meal and open our hearts?

We would like to offer practical tools to bring the family dinner back; an exchange of our stories; and reflect on how God meets us in the simple act of sharing a meal together...after all that is what Jesus did! This will be a time of discussion and sharing of ideas.

This is a 3-week class on Sunday evenings in September from 6:00-7:30pm. Childcare is provided - please let Scotty know if you are interested in bringing your kids!

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High School Girls Breakfast
Sep
17

High School Girls Breakfast

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High School girls are invited to join us at the Brassfield Chick-Fil-A every Tuesday at 6:30am for breakfast and a time of prayer. Since our students are spread out between 32 schools this is a great way to share a meal and build community.

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The Faithful Table: Week 1
Sep
15

The Faithful Table: Week 1

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God shows up when we share a meal with our community.

In an age of fast food and frenzied family schedules, where can we carve out a safe place to share a meal and open our hearts?

We would like to offer practical tools to bring the family dinner back; an exchange of our stories; and reflect on how God meets us in the simple act of sharing a meal together...after all that is what Jesus did! This will be a time of discussion and sharing of ideas.

This is a 3-week class on Sunday evenings in September from 6:00-7:30pm. Childcare is provided - please let Scotty know if you are interested in bringing your kids!

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