We value community at Redemption Hill, because we believe the gospel creates a new community of people called to enjoy life together. In fact, we believe we should intentionally seek to live in community because God is a relational God. Since he has created us in his image (Gen. 1:27), there are desires at the core of every one of us for relationships that provide support, strength, love, understanding, and a sense of belonging. God clearly teaches in the words of the Bible, that living life, and especially the Christian life, should not be a solo project. Therefore, Redemption Hill Church not only gathers on Sundays to worship God, but we also meet in smaller, Community Groups.
Community Group FAQ
What is an RHC Group?
A group of people (usually between 6 and 20) that meet regularly together in homes, restaurants, coffee shops, businesses, churches, or any location that is convenient for the participants. Feel free to try a couple of groups out to find the best fit.
What Kind of Groups are Available?
- Community Groups are weekly gatherings where we spend time hanging, applying the Bible to our lives, praying, and encouraging one another.
- Explore Groups provide a space for people to explore more about the person and work of Jesus.
- Start Groups help those new or want a fresh start in grasping the fundamentals of following Jesus.
- Equip Groups are focused on particular topics for the purpose of growth.
Is childcare provided for each meeting?
The Wednesday-Amezquita Group will definitely have childcare each week but the other groups offer childcare on a case-by-case scenario. If there’s a group that you’re interested in, reach out to the group leader to explore childcare options.
When and where do groups meet?
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