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Frequent Questions About RH
What you’ll encounter when you attend Redemption’s Hill Church is a diverse biblical community where people seek to know and love God, live in community and make disciples. Our average age is around 25 currently but we are not trying to only be a ‘young generation’ church. All ages and races are welcomed into the community of Christ at Redemption’s Hill.
That’s OK. You are the reason we started Redemption’s Hill Church. We want Redemption’s Hill to be a place where you can learn, apply and wrestle with who God is and what He wants for you. It’s okay if you don’t have it all figured out.
To put it simply, we teach from the Bible. We pray and we sing. The goal through it all is not to wow you, it’s to love God and know him better by making God’s unchanging truth accessible without watering it down.
You’re welcome to wear whatever you’d like. There is no set dress code, although the attire is more on the casual side. Just be yourself.
Redemption’s Hill Church gathers weekly for Sunday services from 10:00 a.m. to noon at 1100 College Park Drive. We are centrally located, only about a block off Stadium in Columbia.
We are a nondenominational Christian church, which means we have people from all different backgrounds. Though we do not have denominational ties, we are affiliated with the Acts 29 church planting network.
Redemption’s Hill is a church plant. From the perspective of having corporate services we are a very young church. Our core group has been meeting, studying and praying together since April of 2009.
Redemption’s Hill is an elder-led, but member-informed, church.
What are elders?
Elders are the leaders of the church also called pastors, bishops and overseers in the New Testament (Acts 20:28; Eph. 4:11; I Peter 5:2). The elders are men chosen for their ministry according to clear biblical qualifications (I Tim. 3:1-7; Titus 1:5-9). The elders are always spoken of in plurality because God intends for more than one man to lead and rule over the church as a safeguard for both the church and the man.
Who Are Your Current Elders?
Currently, planting Pastor T.J. Dreyer and Elder Garett Richards serves as the local elders for Redemption’s Hill Church. While an advisory board has been created that functions as external elders until qualified men locally can be appointed.