Adult Education

Bible Study

Meet Sunday mornings from 9:45-10:45 am. Topics range from books of the Bible to practical, contemporary, faith-based interests.
Contact Dcs. Barbara Coffin


Discipleship Groups

These are small groups of less than 12 people who gather together to specifically focus on topics in Christian Discipleship. They meet weekly for 10 weeks at 3 different sessions throughout the year. They gather for fellowship, worship, Bible study and service. The groups change regularly.
Contact Dcs. Barbara Coffin


“JOY” Bible Study (“Just Older Youth”)

Lead by Pastor Bean, men and women meet on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30 am preceded by fellowship from 10:00-10:30 am. In-depth studies include books of the Bible as well as Bible-based faith-challenging topics.
Contact Ellie Lynch  


Men’s Bible Study

Men of all ages are invited to participate in this study group that meets on Tuesdays from 6:45-7:30 a.m. Contact Bob Wigg


Small Groups

These are groups of 6-18 adults who meet on a regular basis on various nights of the week for fellowship, prayer, Bible study, and service. Facilitated by a trained leadership team, small groups form an integral part of Redeemer’s ministry, offering members a chance to grow in their faith, their relationships with other Christians, and their service to God. Contact Dcs. Barbara Coffin


Women’s Bible Study

Women of all ages are invited to join this group. Topics include Bible study as well as Bible-based contemporary issues often accompanied by video presentations. Gatherings are held on Wednesday mornings from 10:30 am -noon. Contact Jan Schroeder



Children & Students

Children’s Church

Children ages 3 through first grade are dismissed prior to the Sunday sermon to learn God’s Word at their level. Volunteers present pre-planned lessons and activities for the children. Contact Katie Wood


Confirmation Classes

6th through 8th grade students explore the foundational teachings of the Christian faith under the guidance of our pastors and adult leaders. Meeting on Tuesday evenings throughout the school year, confirmation offers students an opportunity to engage in small groups, fellowship and service activities, as well as classroom instruction to not only understand faith, but to apply it to their life.  Contact Dcs. Barbara Coffin


Little Lambs Room

Little Lamb Room: Occurring at the same time as Children’s Church each Sunday morning, this room helps 3 and 4 year-olds transition from the nursery to Children’s Church with age-specific Bible stories, activities, and music. Contact Katie Wood


Nursery Care

Paid workers supervise nursery-age children (thru third birthday) during worship and Sunday School. Volunteers needed for special events. Contact Carmella Dunlap


Middle and High School Student Ministry

RLC offers a wide variety of ministry opportunities for Middle and High School students. We feature fun and fellowship, service projects, weekly meetings, summer mission trips, and more. 

Contacts Becky Wright – Middle School or Kelly Kramer – High School


Sunday School

Meets Sunday mornings from 9:45-10:45. Children ages 3 through high school are presented with creative and interactive opportunities to build firm foundations for growing their faith lives. Men and women volunteers make this program possible. Contact Dcs. Barbara Coffin


Vacation Bible School

Redeemer’s hallmark summer education experience (held the second to last week in July) requires a host of volunteers to carry it out, from teachers to decorations to set construction to registration/administration. 

Contact Mark Hood

Music & Media

Audio-Visual Operators 

Volunteer opportunities to assist with the soundboard and PowerPoint applications during worship. 

Contact Kenny Richardson


Children’s Choirs

Lambs of God Choir is made up of 1st through 5th graders. They practice during the school year Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 and sing about once a month at either service.  

Cherub Choir, ages 3- kindergarten. Practice is during Sunday School. They sing at special occasions at either service.

Contact Jan Schroeder


Sunday School Choir, grades 1-5, practices during the Sunday School hour and sings on special occasions, usually during the late service. Contact Claire Miller


Contemporary Worship Music (11:00 service)

“Simple Truth,” Redeemer’s Contemporary praise band, is made up of instrumentalists and vocalist who lead worship. Audition required. Contact Michael Kalson


Traditional Worship Music (8:30 service) 

Groups include the Adult choir (for ages high school and above); Hand Bell Choir; and Brass Ensemble. Come and praise God through music! For rehearsal schedules, please contact: Cheryl Van Ornam

Worship

Altar Flowers and Eternal Candle

Church members are welcomed to sign up to donate flowers or the eternal candle in honor or memory of loved ones. The committee is responsible for ordering, placing and disposing of the flowers. Contact Jan Schroeder


Altar Guild

Members prepare communion, change altar linens, decorate the chancel for festive occasions and oversee the chancel area. Contact  Ann Allen


Communion Assistants

Men/ women (age 16 or older) serve during worship, assisting with the distribution of communion.  Contact Frank Scott


Greeters

Men/women volunteers welcome both members and visitors as they enter the church for worship. Contact  Dorothy Jones


Lay Readers

Men/women (age 16 or older) serve during worship as readers of the scripture lessons. Contact Frank Scott


Offering Counters

This group counts, records and deposits the offerings from each service. Contact Linda Nau


Ushers

Men/women serve as church ushers on monthly teams. Contact

Skip Adie - 8:30 service.  Contact Charlie Strube -11:00 service

Ministry to Members

AED

If you are trained in AED operation, join our team of operators available to offer emergency assistance during worship and church activities. Contact Dolores Caughey


Bereavement

This ad hoc committee comes together on an as-needed basis to provide meals and/or post-funeral receptions for those who have lost loved ones. Contact Barbara Smith


Fellowship

Volunteer teams are assembled to plan quarterly events for the purpose of gathering members of RLC for fun and fellowship. Annual events include the Golf Tournament, Church Picnic, and Baseball Fellowship. Contact Dcs. Barbara Coffin


Office Volunteers

This group assists the church office with clerical work as well as being available for other administrative assignment on an as-needed basis. Contact V. Burgis


Spiritual Care

This 2-part committee oversees, with the pastors, the spiritual needs of RLC members. One visitation team visits the sick, shut-in, and grieving. Another team calls on the homes of the delinquent membership. 

Contact Pastor Matt Bean


Sunday Morning Coffee

Do you enjoy coffee and a donut during the Sunday School hour? Who makes the coffee, picks up the donuts, or cleans up at the end of the morning? Sign up for a Sunday morning to help with one of these chores that are guaranteed to make your fellow church-goers happy! 

Contact Linda Nau


Team Wellness

A community of health care professionals representing a joint venture between Redeemer and Good Shepherd congregations that are committed to the health of Body, Mind, and Spirit within our congregations and the community. Contact Erin Poston