The future of Christianity lies not in a return to the dominance of Christendom, but in small, intimate communities of light

Tim Chester

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We believe that because God and His Gospel makes us family, then it should be natural for family to live and do life together. And we desire to model that Gospel Community not just be an event. Rather, we desire it to be a lifestyle. Because biblical community is not just "a nice thing to do"; we consider each other to be essential for growth in our lives. 

Our Gospel Community Groups, or what we call GC's, are a way for you to hang out with friends and new faces, share a meal together, do an activity together, or reach out to your neighborhood or community together. We use the word "together" because the good news of Jesus Christ radically changes how we do life. We are hard-wired for community, not for living in isolation, and we believe that living life together is the best way to encourage each other, glorify God, and help one another to grow and look more like Jesus.

In fact, our church mission statement emphasizes this idea:

To grow as a community that encourages and equips people to know Jesus and grow in a life-changing relationship with Him.

And so our goal is to produce more and better followers of Jesus who worship and make much of Him through our lives.

So what should you expect?

Our Gospel Community Groups meet together each week or every other week. They are designed to be informal and have a smaller, more intimate feel to them. They are typically in people's homes and usually center around a shared meal and discussing questions from the most recent Sunday sermon. Our goals are to...

  • live more of life together
  • talk about God's word and our identity in Jesus
  • mutually care for each other
  • provide accountability in pursuing Christ-likeness through authentic and open relationships
  • pray with and for each other
  • share more in each other's lives through having a meal together or just having fun
  • perform acts of service, love, and mercy to others in the community to bring them into the family of God

Where/when do Gospel Community Groups meet?

Groups meet at different times throughout the week, some in homes and some at Redemption Hill. So we should have something that works for you.

We would love to make it easy for you to get involved, because community is one of the core values of Redemption Hill. 

So how can we help you take the next step?

  • As you walk into the lobby of our church, look for the Info Desk to help answer your questions and get you connected. They would love to assist you.
  • If you would like to ask some questions via email, we can help with that. Click on the button below and our Deacon of Gospel Community, Jeremy Thiel, will get a response back to you with the information that you need.
  • Check out the map below and click on any of the map icons to find out information about each of our Gospel Community Groups.

Thank you for checking out our Gospel Communities!

The map below gives information about each of our Gospel Community Groups. Each blue marker represents a Gospel Community location. To navigate, zoom in or out by clicking on the "+" or "-" symbol at the bottom left of the map. To scroll the map, left click and move your mouse. To find out information about any of our groups, left click on any of the blue markers.

And if you have any questions that we can answer, please contact us!