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Sunday Rhythm | December 27, 2020

Welcome to the Sunday morning Christmas rhythm of Redemption Hill Church. If this is your first time “joining” us, please let us know by filling out this online form.

While the rhythm below is provided for your reference and use, please note that the entire Sunday gathering, including singing and prayers, will be streamed live at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning.

  • The NEW 2021/22 Community Bible Reading Journals are now in! They will be available for purchase at The Fourhundred on Sundays. They are $10 each, and you can pay with cash, check, or online. If you write a check, make it out to “Redemption Hill Church,” and write “CBR Journal” on the Memo line. To pay online, click here.
  • Winter RH Sync – Are you new to Redemption Hill Church? Join us beginning Sunday, January 10th, as we help you sync up with Redemption Hill. For four weeks, we will meet together on Zoom, to talk about the things that are important to us, as well as answer any questions you may have, in addition to meeting other people new to Redemption Hill. Click here to register.
  • Sermon on the Mount | Adopted into a Kingdom – Women of Redemption Hill Church! Join us beginning Thursday, January 14th, at 8:00 p.m., on Zoom, for an eight-week study on the Sermon on the Mount. During our time together we will look at Jesus’ sermon in Matthew 5-7, and how it provides instruction on what it means to be a disciple in God’s Kingdom, how we might be obedient to the call of discipleship, and how our adoption into God’s family leads us to experience the blessing promised in the Sermon on the Mount. Click here to register.
  • Desperate Devotion – Join Mark Becton and others beginning Sunday, January 17th, on Zoom, for five weeks on Desperate Devotion: Praying in the Midst of Distress and Discouragement. Together we will look at both the practice of prayer, as well as the promise it affords us as we draw closer to God in our desperate need for him. During our time, we will look at: fighting for stillness, presenting our requests to God, fasting and retreats, and praying to the Father, Son, and Spirit. Click here to register.
  • CBR Spark – Join us beginning Tuesday, January 19th, as we take five weeks to introduce you to the Community Bible Reading (CBR) journal and encourage one another in reading and praying God’s Word. The CBR journal is a proven tool to help us surrender to God’s word, see Jesus in all of scripture, and experience richer community. Come hear about CBR, as well as others’ experience with it, then join with us as we move into the new year encouraging one another in God’s Word. Click here to register.


Kids Lesson

Our Kids Lesson for Sunday can be found here. If you did not receive the password via email, email Ryan.

Call to Worship

Leader: We are gathered here, uniquely in all of history, we particular people in this singular time and place.
Together: Accomplish Your purposes among us, O God.
Leader: Tune our hearts to the voice of your Spirit.
Together: Wake us to be present to you and to one another.
Leader: For it is You, O Lord, who has gathered us from different places,
Together: And You alone who know our hearts and needs.
Leader: Some of us arrive anxious, lonely, and full of pain and sorrow today.
Together: May we, in our joys, find grace to enter the sorrrows of others.
Leader: Some of us arrive full of joy and rejoicing, hearts made light by good news, health, and glad anticipation.
Together: May we, in our sorrows, find grace to embrace the joys of others.
Leader: Let is prize these moments and care for one another deeply. Let us seek You, O God, as our singular and steadfast source of all hope, joy and peace.
Together: Amen!



Why the Bible?

This Sunday, Demetrius White will be preaching on Why the Bible? His text will be Psalm 93:1-5. If you missed last Sunday, you can listen and/or watch here.




Sending on Mission

‭‭1 John‬ ‭4:7-11
Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love. In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.


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