RHC Kids happens each week at 10:30AM. You can stop by the RHC Kids building to get your children checked in. Our friendly team of volunteers will be there to help you with the drop off process. Of course, if you would like to have your children worship with you, we would love to have you and your family at either of our 9AM or 10:30AM worship services.
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.
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-5th grade are offered a worship service all their own! This is an exciting and high energy opportunity to worship God through Bible teaching, as well as games, crafts, and object lessons. 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.
Redemption Students meets at 5PM on select Sundays. Students enjoy a time of worship, teaching, and group discussion, in the RHC Kids wing. To get a list of specific Sundays, please find one of our volunteers on campus. They will be happy to assist your family.
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-Christian friends. In community we are known, loved, cared for, pursued, encouraged, and challenged to be more like Christ. In a community group we talk about life together, pray together, and grow in Christ 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.
We would love for you to be a part of community here, at RHC. If you are interested in finding a group near you, our volunteers on site would be glad to get you that information.
Community Outreach Team
Volunteers serve through helping meet needs in our local community in a variety of different ways. This team is all about showing the love of God in tangible ways. One of the primary ways they do this is through our quarterly diaper and food bank.
First Impressions Team
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 regularly hold membership classes. 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.