What is Christianity?
Who We Are
We are a community of believers in Christ who have proclaimed our faith through baptism and have covenanted together to live out our Christian lives as a local church in Northern Virginia.
While we do many things as a church, our understanding of God’s overarching purpose of redemption leads us to be focused on two main things:
- Maturing (growing as Christians)
- Multiplying (reaching more people with the good news of salvation in Jesus)
Lord willing, everything we do as a church will serve one of these gospel purposes.
Why join a church?
What does it mean to be a Baptist Church?
While being a Baptist church can have lots of stereotypes attached with it, we trust that you’ll find that we are a Bible-teaching, Gospel-centered, Christ-exalting, God-glorifying church that believes baptism is for people who repent of their sins and trust in Christ.
What about my Children?
We care about your children because the Lord cares about your children. Our goal at Redeemer is not to entertain but to teach children. We do this in two ways:
All children are in the service until the sermon – we believe that one way we can teach children is to worship alongside them to teach them gospel rich songs and to model prayer for them. Therefore, they are in the service until they are dismissed to their respective childrens ministry classes.
We offer two childrens ministry options in order to teach them about Jesus in an age appropriate fashion.
1.) Redeemer Littles (nursery) – Mobile infants to age 2- this class serves to care for the little ones the Lord brings.
2.) Redeemer Kids Class- Ages 3-6 – Prior to our service, beginning at 9:15 A.M. Redeemer kids gather to learn about Jesus using the Gospel Project curriculum. Mom’s and Dad’s have this time to reconnect over coffee and prepare for the worship service.
Additionally, we find this resource helpful in preparing you and your children to participate in gathered worship.
Check-in for kids:
Our Nursery utilizes a check-in where you will fill out a basic information form. Then you and your child will each be given a wristband with a matching number. For safety and security purposes, you and your child are required to wear these wristbands as long as they are in childcare. Your child will not be released without you showing your wristband and having the matching number verified.