Welcome to Redeeming Grace PCA


The Elders of Redeeming Grace PCA have been carefully considering and praying about how to best navigate these tumultuous and admittedly uncharted waters.


We were glad to make the fellowship hall (gym) available as an overflow area again this past Sunday We will continue to set up the projector and sound system in that room to broadcast the livestream.


Going forward we are also designating the fellowship hall as "masks mandatory" space until further notice. This means that anyone entering into the fellowship hall will be required to wear a mask during the worship time, while also continuing to practice social distancing precautions encouraged and expected elsewhere throughout the church. 


There will be masks available upon entry. Some chairs will be set up before the service, with more available to be picked up on the way in and set up as necessary. For this space, we ask that you sit only the people you came with.


Grace and peace,


The Elders of Redeeming Grace PCA




Sunday School:  9:30-10:15 AM

  • Adult Sunday School will meet in the Sanctuary.
  • Children's Sunday School will meet in their regular classrooms

Worship: 10:30 AM

 

Please read the following for

precautions and our recommendations:

  1. We will be blocking off every other pew in order to maintain 6 feet of social distancing.
  2. If you would like to wear a mask, we encourage you to do so either by bringing your own or use the ones we will have for you in the Narthex.
  3. We will continue to operate our online platforms without any change and stream our services on-site in our fellowship hall, narthex, and the nursery. 
  4. We will dismiss from back to front at the conclusion of the worship service.
  5. We will have an overflow option in the fellowship hall, where masks are required.
  6. The offering will be in a designated place in the Narthex along with online options. (See above under the "give" tab.)
  7. We will be live-streaming our service in the Fellowship Hall, Narthex and the Nursery.


Lastly, we want to make a few things clear:

  1. If you are at all uncomfortable coming for any reason, please don't come. For years, we have had the online option for those who are providentially hindered from physically attending worship. Your comfort level (and other reasons) with this pandemic is a legitimate reason to remain at home. There is nothing unbiblical, sinful, rebellious, or shameful about staying at home. This decision to come or stay is entirely upon your conscience and the leadership is behind you with whatever you believe is best. 
  2. The government has giving guidelines on who should remain home and we encourage you to prayerfully consider those when deciding if you are going to attend on Sunday for worship. 
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Sunday Mornings

Join our pastor on a video tour moments before our worship service begins to get a taste of what you can expect if you were to come and worship with us. 

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Mission Statement


"Ordinary Means, Extraordinary Savior"

"Redeeming Grace exists to glorify God in gathering and equipping His people for the work of the ministry, so that the gospel of Christ will bear fruit in Lake Wylie, surrounding communities, and to the end of the earth."


Our Vision


Worship


The Lord’s Day is the high point of the Christian week, and the center of the church’s ministry. Our desire and passion is to glorify God with worship that is both joyful and reverent, regulated by the Word of God, and utilizing the Reformed liturgical traditions and creeds. The reading and expositional preaching of the Word of God provides the foundation of our worship, while the psalms, hymns and spiritual songs that we sing are selected for their high view of God. The purpose of all that we do in worship is to glorify and enjoy Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 


Christian Growth


We trust that the means of grace God has given—the Word of God, prayer, and sacraments—are sufficient for the ministry of the church. With those means, Redeeming Grace aims to be a ministry of equipping God’s people to grow in Christ and harvest for Christ.  


The Christian life is a life of discipleship, which includes counseling, teaching, and walking alongside one another in this fallen world as we seek to apply the truth of the gospel in our daily lives. We believe the process of discipleship in God’s covenant extends from our earliest years to our dying days. Redeeming Grace seeks to provide opportunities for prayer, fellowship, robust Sunday education, Bible studies, and teaching seminars. Our goal is to mature and multiply Christians who love God and their neighbor, making use of the gifts God has given to his people.  


Outreach


Redeeming Grace aims to be a beacon of light in our community, ministering through word and deed, by engaging our immediate community through specific outreach events and hands-on mercy ministry. The mercy ministry of the church is directed and driven by our Diaconate, who have been ordained as stewards of the church’s resources. Our goal is communicating God’s love and the free offer of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  


As God continues to add to His church, we believe that church planting will be an organic outflow of faithful, ordinary means-of-grace ministry. We believe God has called us to proclaim His gospel to the ends of the earth, by going or sending. Because of this, Redeeming Grace, by faith, celebrates and supports—prayerfully and financially—the ministry of our missionaries.  

What does a service here look like? 

We strive to make worship reverent and Christ-centered. This means that worship should be designed for God's people to know they are in the midst of a holy God. We are called to give worship to Him, not the other way around.


Being Christ-centered is to focus all things on Jesus Christ. The "Order of Worship" aims to communicate the story of redemption throughout the service. Each worship service should be a reminder and rehearsal of life in the gospel. 


Here is what you will typically see if you attend one of our services:


  • Call to Worship: A reading from the Scriptures calling God's people to worship Him.
  • Hymns: The Lord's people respond with adoration and praise.
  • Invocation: A prayer asking God to meet with His people.
  • Confession of Sin: The Lord's holiness exposes our sinfulness.
  • Assurance of Pardon: The Lord speaks from His Word in assurance that we are forgiven.
  • Hymn of Response: God's people are moved to praise!
  • Pastoral Prayer: The Lord hears the prayers of His people as we lift our needs to Him.
  • Giving of Tithes and Offerings: We give back, with glad hearts, what the Lord has given us.
  • Children's Sermon: Jesus loves the little children and desires that we bring them to Him.
  • Sermon: The expositional preaching of God's holy Word.
  • Closing Hymn: Let the people praise Him!
  • Benediction: A pastoral prayer of blessing given to God's people. 


We are excited about you coming and joining us for worship!

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