Redemption City Church Weekly

Dear Redemption City Family,

Last week we looked at 1 Timothy 4.  We talked about cultivating character and increasing our love for God.  I asked the question, what kind of people have we become? Are we helping people move towards or away from faith in Jesus?  Do our lives reflect love for God or love for self?  

Tomorrow, we’ll look at 1 Timothy 5 and see how Paul shifts the attention from loving God to loving others, especially as it relates to issues of mercy and justice. I’ll explain how we, the Church, can live out our calling to be agents of mercy and justice to people here in Boston and throughout the world—meeting the needs of hurting people, acting as a family for those who have no family, and ultimately reflecting the love of Jesus.

Join us tomorrow as we study I Timothy 5:1-16 and learn about how God calls us to love, even when it’s to our disadvantage.

Praying for you,

Pastor Juan

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Announcements

Men's Breakfast

Men: Join us for our next Men’s Breakfast happening next Saturday, June 27th at Pavement Coffeehouse on Gainsborough from 9-10AM. More details and future dates can be found on our website

Dinner Parties

Join us for “Dinner Parties” happening all around the city on July 3rd! Gather around the dinner table, share a good meal and enjoy an evening with community. Sign up for a host home on our website no later than June 26th. 

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.

Help Wanted

We’re a growing church and are always in need of some helping hands with our Sunday Gathering. Please stop by our “Resource Table” on Sundays or check out our website to find out how you can get involved. 

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