Redemption Hill Kids
Here at Redemption Hill we have a high standard when it comes to our children. That goes for their education, as well as their safety. Making sure that all of our teachers undergo background checks, and having a check in system are just two ways that we do that. Our teachers also have read and affirmed the Redemption Hill Church Statement of faith. They believe in sound doctrine and have a heart for passing that on to your children. In each Redemption Hill Kids classroom, you will find a program tailored for your child’s age group.
We have an amazing team of volunteers who all go through a background screening process who care for the infants of Redemption Hill Church so the parents can worship God without wondering if their child is well cared for.
Children 3-5 years old have the opportunity to participate in a bible study that is tailored specifically with them in mind. Here they will a have play time, snack time, and a brief Bible lesson centered on seeing Jesus throughout the whole Bible.
Children K-3rd grade are offered a worship service all their own! This is an exciting and high energy opportunity to worship God through singing and Bible teaching. They will dismiss after the worship band finishes. Don’t worry, we will let you know when that happens.
Redemption Hill Students
In our student ministry, we seek to make disciples by building gospel maturity in our 6th-12th graders and helping them grow deeper in their faith. We also desire for our teens to feel as though they are part of the church. We don’t want church to be just something their parents are doing, but rather something that they themselves are involved in. Our hope is that students would see Redemption Hill as their church that they would serve and participate in the church as a vital part of God’s mission here.
That’s why we offer Redemption Students at 9AM. This still allows them to worship with their families at the 10:30 service. Our students meet every Sunday, at 9AM, in the education building.
These are places to both cultivate a relationship with God and friendships with others. We believe that being a part of Biblical community is foundational to your life as a follower of Jesus Christ. The goal of community is to foster growth in our relationship with God, our Christian brothers and sisters, our neighbors, and our non-Christians friends. In community we are known, loved, cared for, pursued, encouraged, and challenged to be more like Christ. In a community group we eat together, talk about life together, pray together and serve our city together.
Truly being a part of a church body means not just showing up on Sundays but connecting in community. That is why we offer mid-week community groups. Sundays are the time when we worship our risen Lord Jesus together through singing, hearing the preaching of God’s Word, and partaking in communion. Smaller groups are necessary for the building up of the body in our relationships and life together. Both gatherings, the big and the small, meet different needs in the spiritual health and life of the Church.
The local church is a unique place where believers lovingly and joyfully serve one another. Serving is an outward expression and stewardship of Christ’s love, grace and mercy, which we have experienced for ourselves. As we serve, we do so in a manner that is humble, generous, and hospitable. Every Sunday, it is the seemingly small and behind the scenes works of service by faithful volunteers that help RHC fulfill its mission to make more disciples of Jesus Christ. We hope all our volunteers know how grateful we are for their service.
If you attend RHC regularly we encourage you to serve and connect with others in the process. We hope our volunteers are able to serve on a team where they may utilize the gifts God has given them.
Volunteers serve by running display screens and sound during services. There is no advanced knowledge required to run any of our systems.
Cleaning team members serve through cleaning the church facilities. Cleaning schedules are very flexible. There are two teams within the cleaning team. They share responsibilities for cleaning the facilities. This way no one person has to clean the whole building.
First Impression Team
Volunteers serve through greeting and connecting with first time visitors on Sunday mornings. This team is the first point of contact for our first time guests. They are responsible for welcoming them and showing them around.
Volunteers serve hot coffee and other beverages as part of a welcoming atmosphere. The hospitality team is just another way we try and make people feel at home while they are here. You don’t have to be the best barista in the world. You don’t even have to like coffee to be a part of this team. You just have to be willing to share a warm smile.
Participants in this team serve through the leading of music on Sundays and during church meetings/events. We can never have too many musicians to help out.
Parking Lot Team
Volunteers serve through the directing of traffic and guiding of visitors. Those serving on this team are often times the first glimpse at Redemption Hill our guests get.
Volunteers of this team are responsible for caring for babies and children during our worship time. Lessons are simple, easy to follow, and fun for the kids. The leader guides are fool proof.
Volunteers serve as greeters and ushers for members. They are also responsible for greeting and directing first time visitors.
Interested in Serving?
By God’s design, Christians depend upon one another for growth and effectiveness. The Church is a tangible expression of the body of Christ; so joining a local church identifies us with Christ and provides a communal context for pursuing obedience to God. We hold membership classes at least once a quarter. While membership class is a prerequisite to becoming a member at RHC, it does not automatically make you a member. It is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Redemption Hill’s vision, beliefs, and methods.