The tragic bombings and aftermath of the 117th Marathon in our great city have left us searching. It hits all too close to home. Krystle Campbell, one of the victims who died, was a 2001 graduate of Medford High School. Her family lives in our city, and our deepest condolences and prayers go out ...
Redemption Hill is a church that strives to equip college students to grow deeper in the gospel, get
involved in biblical community, and be missional on their campuses and beyond. Below are some of the key ways college students grow in their faith through God's mission at RHC.
Corporate Worship on Sundays
Corporate Worship is every Sunday morning at 10:30am at the Boys and Girls Club in Medford Square (The club is located beside the post office and beneath the Chevalier Theatre).
There are also numerous ways to connect and serve on Sundays (Greeter, Usher, Setup, Teardown, Music, Media, Children). Email to get involved.
The 96 bus is the best option for most college students. It departs Harvard Square at 9:50am, Porter Square at 9:54am, Davis Square at 9:56am, and Tufts University at 9:59am and arrives at Medford Square at 10:12am. It's only a 13-minute ride from Tufts and 22 minutes from Harvard. This makes Springstep accessible to students at Tufts, Leslie, Harvard and anyone on the red line (MIT, Emerson, etc.). Another option for other students is to take the Orange line to Malden Station and then take the 101 bus to Medford Square. It departs at 10:10am and is only a 5-minute ride to Springstep.
Community Groups throughout the week
You cannot live the Christian life alone. Community Groups provide the primary context for you to foster biblical community and serve others. They provide a great home environment for many students who are hundreds of miles from family. We have two groups that are within walking distance from Tufts which meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. We also have a group meeting on Monday nights near Central Square which is accessible to students at Emerson, and other universities such as MIT and Harvard. For more information visit our Community Groups page.
We see the significant role of one-on-one discipling relationships in the pursuit of godliness and would love to connect you with a mature believer. If you desire to be discipled, talk with your Community Group leader or email Pastor Jon Chasteen ().
Missions and Ministry Opportunities
Serve throughout the year with our Local Partnerships
Summer Missions with Summer LINK
How would you like to spend your next summer with other college students from all over the world serving God, discipled in your walk with Christ, and go out trained to impact nations for the Kingdom? This summer you’ll have eleven exciting locations to choose from including Boston!
You can find out more information here, please email or to discuss this awesome opportunity.
One-Year Staff Opportunities with Generation LINK
How would you like to spend a year or two after graduation contributing meaningfully to the ministries of the local church, challenged through personal discipleship, and trained theologically? Generation LINK provides the opportunity for you to do this.
You can find our more information here. If interested, please email to discuss this awesome opportunity.