We are fervently praying for the spread of COVID-19 to slow and for the day to come quickly when masks will no longer be mandated. Until that day comes, we are asking everyone to please wear a mask when attending church at Redemption. This is one way we can show respect and care for our…

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We are excited to announce that we will resume weekly in-person gatherings at Cheyenne Middle School starting July 12th at 10:30 AM. The safety of our guests, volunteers and staff is very important to us. As we begin to meet again in person we want to make you aware of the steps we are taking as…

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Hospitality in an Inhospitable Season As our community begins making changes and watching how those changes unfold, there will be many reactions and opinions and agendas that want to take hold.  Here’s the thing, though, for us. We are the Church.  We are the ones for whom Jesus said “even the gates of hell cannot…

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As we navigate the coming months, we want to be as clear as we can about our plans to move toward reopening our public gatherings. The following plan lays out 3 steps that we are holding loosely as we monitor the continuing changes and updates from our city leaders. Step 1 (May) During May, we…

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As we finish out the month social distancing, let’s focus our love and care each week in four specific ways. Many are feeling discouraged during this time. One way to fight discouragement is to be an encouragement to others. Though we cannot be together in person, there are many ways we can care for our…

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  During this season, most of us are spending more time at home than normal with less work to do, fewer errands to run, and no events to leave the house for. To fill the extra time at home you’ve probably spent plenty of time watching Netflix, reading books, scrolling through social media, or keeping…

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As we walk through the COVID-19 pandemic as a church we want to equip our people to shine the light of Christ (John 1:5) in their neighborhoods and in our city. God has called us to live as ambassadors of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20) on earth and there is no better place to start than…

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Our nation has declared March 15th a National Day of Prayer. We want to partner with churches all over the country and globe during this time to lift up all who are affected by the global outbreak of COVID-19. While these are uncertain times as a people, we have a very reliable Father in Heaven,…

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