Fellowship is partnership
The word for “fellowship” in the New Testament signified more than just coffee before class or fried chicken at the monthly covered dish dinner. It was also used to describe a “partnership” in some pursuit in which people engaged together, and in that sense, it is essential to understanding outreach at Church of the Redeemer.
We are privileged to work in partnership with several individuals and organizations to pursue God’s call to reach and serve the world in which we live. Our partnership is largely expressed through giving and prayer as we support the work of those on the front lines of ministry locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.
- Sandy Springs Mission
- Streetwise Georgia (Lawrenceville/Gwinnett County)
- Community Assistance Center (Sandy Springs/Dunwoody)
- Michael Phillips, Reformed University Fellowship (Georgia Tech)
- Tracey West, Reformed University Fellowship International (Georgia Tech)
- Metro Atlanta Presbytery
- Covenant College (liberal arts college of the Presbyterian Church in America)
- PCA Administrative Committee (supporting the shared mission of the PCA)
- PCA Ministerial Relief (providing assistance to ministers & church staff in need in the PCA)
We partner with churches and ministries serving sensitive areas of east, southeast, and south Asia.
Getting hands on
Partnership usually involves financial support and prayer, but it doesn’t stop there. Throughout the year we offer opportunities for people to get “hands on” in outreach by participating in a project or serving on a Go Team with one of our ministry partners:
- Streetwise Georgia (Christmas and Easter events)
- Cherokee Mission Trip (serving Native American families in Cherokee, NC, each June)
- Chinese New Year Celebration (providing a taste-of-home each winter for Chinese scholars studying in Atlanta)
In John 20:21, Jesus told his disciples, “As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you.” Join us as we seek to be obedient to that calling in our life together as a congregation.