Who We Are: 

The Westminster Shorter Catechism opens with this question:

What is the chief end of man? Its answer, and ours: to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.

In order to glorify and enjoy God, we at Redeeming Grace PCA emphasize 4 main objectives:

1. To believe and trust in the inspiration and authority of God's Word.

2. The beauty and wonder of the doctrines of grace.

3. The faithful preaching via the exposition of the Word.

4. Godly worship in the life of the church and believer.

Come and join us as we glorify and enjoy God together!

*We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

Visit pcanet.org for more about our denomination affiliation.

New Member & Inquirers Class

Sunday, September 9, 16, 23 from 5 to 6:30pm

For those who are expressing a desire to unite to the body of Christ through membership at Redeeming Grace, we are please to announce our next New Members Class.  During these evenings we will go over the 5 membership vows and explain/discuss how those are lived out at Redeeming Grace.  Please contact Cindy at 803-831-7133 to register.  

What to Expect When You Come.

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!