Welcome to Redeemer Monroe! At Redeemer we prioritize community and discipleship as a core part of the Christian life. In addition to Sunday Mornings, we have a number of opportunities to connect with us. Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments, we would love to hear from you!
Redeemer Youth represent the youth movement of Redeemer Monroe. We are committed to leading 6th-12th graders in a Jesus-focus atmosphere and building a community in which relationships with Jesus and other thrive. We meet Thursday Nights at Redeemer from 6:30-8:00pm for worship, teaching, and community.
Redeemer Kids is for children from birth to 5th grade. On Sundays we have age specific classrooms for your children where they can play, learn, and grow, while being taught by our awesome team of children's leaders.
During the week, 3rd-5th graders can go deeper into their walk with God. Click "learn more" for more info or contact us!
Prayer Groups represent small, open groups that often meet at Redeemer. These group share specific common interests. These groups include our Praying Men, Praying Women, Two or More Intercession, and more. These groups are open to everyone, click "Learn More" if you would like more info, and feel free to contact us with questions!
Ministry Groups represent serving groups that minister to God, the Body, and our community. These groups include the Ushers Ministry, Building and Grounds and more. These groups are open to new volunteers. Please contact us if you are interested in serving!
Home Groups of Redeemer represent small gatherings of generally 5-10 people meeting in homes for community building, discipleship, bible study, and worship. If you are interested in joining or leading a small group please contact us and we will get you set up.
Worship Arts Ministries
Worship Arts Ministries (WAM) is the artistic expression of worship at Redeemer though the use of banners, dance, paint, and other symbols utilized in the worship service. This is a core attribute of the expression of worship at Redeemer Monroe.