WINTER FUN NIGHT – Coming Sunday, February 24th from 5-7pm. Food, Indoor Games, and inflatables – join us for this free event!! Click here for more details.
ST JOHNS LAUNCH TEAM – click here for more information
EUCHRE NIGHT – Join us for a fun evening of playing Michigan’s own card game, Euchre! Game night is Saturday, March 9th, 7:00-9:00pm. Sign up at the registration counter in the main lobby. There is no cost, just bring a snack to share, drinks provided. Card tables and playing cards are also needed. If you have one available, please let us know, and drop it off at the church the day before so it can be set up. Contact Wendy Elliott at the DeWitt Campus for questions – firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUMMER CAMPS – Summer will be here before you know it and now is the time to start planning. Register online for Christian Athletic Camp, Wesley Woods, and Bay Shore Camp. Redeemer supports Christian camping by providing one $75 scholarship per child for all Redeemer families. Links to the camps and the scholarship form are available on our website under Christian Education, then any of the kid/student home pages.
PITTSBURGH WORKCAMP POP CAN DRIVE – If you would like to donate your cans, we would be happy pick them up from your house – please let Ron know – text or call 616-745-5761. If you would like to make a donation to support the mission trip, checks can be made out to Redeemer Church and dropped in the offering plate – please note Pittsburgh Workcamp on the check or envelope. Thank you!
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY – The Endowment Fund of Redeemer Church is providing a college scholarship opportunity for our graduating seniors. To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must be an active participant of Redeemer Church and attending a Christian college in the fall. Up to $1,000 will be awarded at the discretion of the Scholarship Awards Committee. If no graduating seniors apply for the scholarship – consideration will be given to students currently enrolled in a Christian college. Scholarship applications are due by Thursday, March 15th. These scholarships are funded by the Redeemer Endowment Fund. An endowment fund uses the earnings off the principal amount of money (which is not used) to fund initiatives outside of the general budget. Contributions to this fund can be made at any time which will support programs here at Redeemer in perpetuity. If you have any questions regarding this scholarship or the Endowment Fund, contact Diane in the DeWitt campus church office. Students interested in applying for this scholarship can obtain applications in the church office or by clicking here.
Brother Joe’s handmade soap is now available in Pages and Prayers. Made in small batches using high quality natural ingredients, the recipes are designed for rich lather, clean rinse, and kindness to skin with a balance of cleansing and nourishing properties. This is a functional soap without any of the stuff you don’t want or need. All proceeds from the soap sales will go to human trafficking awareness programs in Clinton County. The average age when a trafficked victim is first victimized is 14. Clinton County A.C.T. Anti-Human Trafficking Team is currently developing awareness programs to be presented to students in Clinton County to reach vulnerable youth. In March, the Team will have a table at the DeWitt Community Showcase
on March 20th providing anti-human trafficking resources and information. Brother Joe is a family enterprise with Eric (Brother), his wife Judith, and their young daughters Olivia and Eva. They are passionate about making soap and excited to be helping with human trafficking awareness.
Bible Reading Resources – Dive into God’s word with these new resources now available at Pages & Prayers Bookstore. Learn how to develop a lifelong habit of spiritual growth through reading God’s Word by reading Wayne Cordeiro’s book The Divine Mentor. But don’t just read it, put your learning into practice by picking up a Life Journal and begin the Classic or Express Bible reading plans. Purchase both at the same time and receive a discounted price. Click here for more details
ParentLink Newsletter – The ParentLink (Pre-K – 6th grade) newsletter for this month has been added to the website. To check it out, visit the Christian Education / Kids section and click Newsletter
Book Club – The Inspired Readers Book Club for adults meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7pm. Click here for more information. We hope you can come and join us!
Offering Envelopes – Many members of our church family feel that having preprinted offering envelopes are a convenient way to give their weekly/monthly tithes and offerings. Once a month these envelopes are sent out for the upcoming month and include the envelopes for each Sunday of the month. If you do not receive this monthly mailing of envelopes and would like to, please contact Diane in the church office at 669-3430 ext. 114 or email@example.com and we will include you in the mailing as soon as possible!
Nursery Volunteer Schedule – Click here to sign upEven if you don’t use the nursery now, you may have children in other ministry areas. Their teachers and Kingdom Quest shepherds who do have nursery-age kids depend on care being available each week. Please sign up and make it possible for them to serve. Thank you!
Donation Locations –Frequently we receive the question “where can I take my donations?” Below is a list of local places which serves Clinton County:
• Clothing (all sizes) – Basic Needs Center (517-230-4618) in St. Johns OR
– Lakeside Chapel (641-6291) in Bath – open Thurs 2-5pm
• Furniture – St. Vincent DePaul (517-484-4228) call to schedule pick up
• Household Items – Trinity Outreach (517-977-1475) call to schedule drop off
• Baby Items / Maternity Clothes – Beacon of Hope (989-224-0328) in St. Johns
• Adult Christian Books – Used book cart in Redeemer Pages & Prayers Bookstore
• Building Materials, Large Appliances, Furniture – Habitat for Humanity of Clinton 989-227-0000