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Visiting a new church can be a bit intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. We hope the resources below will help you and your family get connected at Redemption Calvary.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT WHEN VISITING REDEMPTION CALVARY
SERVICE TIME & LOCATION
Redemption Calvary has one Sunday service for your family at 11:00am. We hold our service at Henderson Community Church, off of 120th Ave near Highway 85. As you pull into the parking lot, you will find the entrance in the center of the building.
One of the most important parts of selecting a church home is the knowing where they stand on key doctrinal issues. We have taken significant time to lay out our beliefs at Redemption Calvary to give you confidence in knowing where we stand.
Biblical literacy. Strong community. Passionate worship. Our desire is that Redemption Calvary is a place where you can know, love, and serve Jesus and His people. A typical service will start with singing, Scripture reading, and prayer followed by an expository message through a book of the Bible. We close each service with a response time that includes singing and open communion. Our total service time is approximately 1.5 hours. Click the link below to see some of our past sermons.
Jesus has brought together a tremendous group of servant leaders to shoulder the necessary responsibilities for all we do at Redemption calvary. You can get to know a little bit about our leadership team by reading through a short bio.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When do I need
to get there?
What should I wear?
What does a typical service look like?
Our Sunday service begins at 11:00am. We recommend first time visitors arrive 10-15 minutes early to have time to check in your kids, grab a cup of coffee, and fellowship with others.
You are welcome to dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable. Whether it is shorts and sandals, a full suit, or somewhere between, its up to you. Our church tends to dress in a fairly casual way.
Our Sunday service is has a contemporary feel. We have an expository sermon through a selected book of the Bible, live music worship songs, and conclude with communion.
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