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ADULT BIBLE COMMUNITIES
Adult Bible Communities (ABC’s) are mid-size groups that meet each Sunday morning at the Whittier Hills Campus. The ABC’s are focused on teaching the Word of God in the context of a caring community.
The following classes are available:
@11:00 in Room B101 :: Singles & Couples for Mid-life and Beyond
@10:45 in Room C200 :: 60s +
Growing in Grace
@11:00 in Room B202 :: Mid life singles & couples
@9:15 in McClintock's :: Open to singles & couples of all ages
Household of Faith
@9:15 in Room B202 :: Couples & Families in their 30's-50's
@9:15 in Room B200 :: Young Families
Please contact the church office for more information at (562) 947-4791.
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As a women's ministry, we exist to glorify God by developing women who are shaped and driven by the gospel. We seek to do this by:
Gathering to experience Him in nurturing and life-giving community
Equipping for a life of faith through Word centered ministry
Partnering together to love and reach our neighbors for Christ
Women are a valuable and significant part of God's Kingdom, and we want to help them radically experience God's transforming Truth and Love. We also know that every woman is on a journey. She wants to know that she belongs - that she has a place where she is understood and unconditionally loved. We seek to deepen our relationships, encourage and support each other - to talk, laugh, cry, process, and journey through life together. We do this through in-depth Bible studies, special events, women's retreats and so much more. We invite you to join us on this incredible journey - to becoming Entirely His!
Women's Ministry: Fall Book Club
STARTING IN SEPTEMBER
6:30pm-8:30pm || McClintocks (B100)
Join us as we read books that feed our souls and form our minds! We'll read a new book every month and meet twice a month to share insights, encourage one another toward growth in Christ and pray for one another. Meetings for September will be on September 4th and 18th. Our first book will be: Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Trish Harrison Warren. Email Melissa Anizor ([email protected]) to learn more or register HERE.
Women's Ministry: MORNING Bible Study
STARTING SEPTEMBER 12TH
9:30am-11:30am || McClintocks (B100)
Sermon on the Mount. What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? The Sermon on the Mount articulates what the life of a Christ follower should look like, asking us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? This semester we will be going through Jen Wilkin's dvd series on the Sermon on the Mount. In this study, we'll examine the words of Jesus in-depth as He challenges us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification. There will be weekly homework to guide you through the Scriptures on your own, then we'll come together to discuss and hear the teaching. Registration is $15. Please note: in order to secure enough childcare workers, children's program for birth through kindergarten is by PRE-REGISTRATION only. Email Melissa Anizor ([email protected]) for more information or register HERE.
Women's Ministry: EVENING Bible Study
STARTING SEPTEMBER 12TH
7pm-9pm || Room B200
This study focuses on the transformation of Christians by the power of the gospel. A key goal will be to move the truths we know beyond our “thinking life” and into our “doing and experiencing life” as we focus on the cross of Jesus Christ and our union with Christ. Join us as we examine our need for Jesus and the blessings of our new identity in Christ, and seek to understand how those gifts move us outward to share the gospel with others. Our time together will be simple - discussing our insights from the Scriptures and praying for one another. Registration is $15. Email Melissa Anizor ([email protected]) for more information or register HERE.
WOMEN'S CONFERENCE 2019 AUDIO
To download and listen to the audio from our wonderful sessions this year, click the link directly below!
Our desire at Redemption Hill is to connect men together to build meaningful relationships within the church. We aim to create an environment where our men connect with Jesus for instruction and encouragement in their daily lives. We believe that as we link men shoulder to shoulder to build Godly friendships they will be enabled to grow as leaders in their home, in their church, in their business, in their community, in recreation and wherever else God takes them.