What We Believe

Our beliefs

Redeemer is a member congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America, a Bible-believing and teaching denomination.

The PCA is committed to the doctrinal standards which have been significant for understanding the Bible since 1645, the Westminster Confession of Faith and Larger and Shorter Catechisms.

Redeemer values loving God through passionate worship, loving others in nurturing community, and loving the world through word and deed ministry. 

Loving God

Worship at Redeemer seeks to bring people into the presence of God. Our worship is designed to build up the believer and help the curious, skeptical, and uncommitted. Thus, worship at Redeemer is understandable to all who attend.

Inclusive: Brings both believers and non-believers into the presence of God.

Expressive: The music should reflect our people. Therefore, our worship is eclectic, elegant, and reverent.

Gospel-Centered: The worship will be for both the believer and non-believer, showing how the gospel

applies to both groups.

Loving Others

The context for a gospel-centered life is never merely individual. The gospel creates a new community, a unique community. 

A new community is both the end of the gospel and also the means of spreading the gospel. God’s promise in salvation is to create his “holy nation”, a people that dwell with him forever. “I will be your God and you will be my people.” (Lev 26:12, Jer 30:22). So Christians, who are eternally united to Christ, are therefore eternally united to one another. 

Loving the world

We will love the world through:

Word Ministry

Jesus tells us, “I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest.” Jn 4:35. Thus, Redeemer will provide a network of face-to-face encounters and caring relationships with those outside the kingdom in order to introduce them to Jesus and his gospel.

Deed Ministry

Christians must use their resources to “bring peace” to the city (Jeremiah 29:7). As Christians we need our community for it humbles us and calls us to use the gospel to evaluate our lifestyle and to bring healing to brokenness.