Does The Church Matter?

Dear Redemption City Family,

What do you think of the church? Do you think it's important to attend a local church? What bothers you the most about the church?

Does the church matter?

Maybe you love the church or maybe you hate the church.  Maybe you were excited about the church or maybe you’re bored with it. Maybe you feel the church isn’t worth it.  

I believe in the church and I believe God uses it to change people’s lives. I believe it can change your life. I’ve seen it. 

I believe the church is worth it.

If you are done with the church, tomorrow’s message is for you. If you love the church, tomorrow’s message is for you. 

I hope you’ll join us. Bring a friend!

Christ is All, 
Pastor Juan



Thanksgiving with Redemption City
If you are staying in town for Thanksgiving, join us for a day of festivities! Come play football at our 4th Annual Turkey Bowl at 9AM, and share Thanksgiving dinner with us at 1PM. Check out the event on our website for info and to RSVP.

Help Wanted on A/V Team
We are in need of some volunteers to help out with the Audio/Visual Team on Sunday mornings. No prior experience required – we will train you! If you are interested in serving, please contact us or talk with Daniel Redfern on Sunday.

Pre-service Prayer
Every Sunday morning, Redemption City Church holds pre-service prayer meetings at 9:45am. Please join us in the hallway next to the auditorium to pray for our church, our city, and our world.

Music with City Kids
Do you play guitar, even a little bit? City Kids is looking for members willing to learn a few designated songs and help lead the children in music once a month during the first part of our Sunday Gathering. Please contact us with interest.

Have any questions? 
Email us. We'd love to hear from you!

Love Redemption City Church? 
Let people know! We would love it if you could take a minute to like/rate us on some social media sites, which makes it easier for others to find us when they are searching for a church in Boston.

Juan MacleanComment