Celebrating Christ by Growing Up, Out, and Together
We are centered and anchored in Christ, and are a culture that focuses on the following core values:
• Helping People Experience Their Faith
• Allowing Jesus to Unify Our Diversity
• Equipping People to Grow Their Faith
• An Encouraging, Intellectually Challenging Environment
We meet on Sundays at 5:45 until 7:30 for worship, fellowship, encouragement, and solid discussions about faith.
Winter-Spring 2018 Schedule:
• 18th – Youth Group
• 25th – Youth Group
• 4th – Youth Group
• 11th – Youth Group
• 18th – Retreat? TBD
• 25th – Youth Group
• 1st – No Youth Group – Easter Sunday
• 8th – Youth Group
• 15th – Youth Group
• 22nd – Youth Group
• 29th – Elevate Trampoline Park
• 6th – Youth Group
• 13th – Youth Group
• 20th – Youth Group
• 27th – Game Night
Saturday, 5:30 p.m. Traditional
Sunday, 8:15 a.m. Traditional
Sunday, 10:45 a.m. Contemporary
Sunday School and Bible Study, 9:40 a.m.
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Youth Bible Study
Our high school youth group meets Sunday mornings at Redeemer. Every morning is different and unique, but it’s always a time where you can come and get unplugged from the world and plugged into Christ! Join us for a topical study of literature, media, events, etc. Donuts offered during most sessions!
Next year's high school freshmen are now invited to join us for youth group and high school Bible study.
When? Sundays, 9:35 - 10:35 a.m.
Where? In the Youth Room (off of the Life Center)
Contact Pastor Phil for more information at email@example.com
Held every 3 years, the LCMS Youth Gathering provides thousands of youth and adults the opportunity to come together as a community of God’s people to learn more about Jesus Christ, the Christian faith and their Lutheran identity. During the five days of the Gathering, youth spend time together in God’s word, worship, service and fellowship with others from across the synod. Learn More