We are a Family of Servant Missionaries. To learn more about who we are, click here.

What we do together

GATHER

At Redemption Hill, we gather together regularly for the purpose of worship, fellowship, and discipleship. We gather in large and small settings, both formally and informally. We gather around the biblical gospel and declare it together.

 

GIVE

At Redemption Hill, we faithfully, sacrificially, and joyfully give of our time, money, gifts, and resources to the work of God both inside and outside the family of God. We serve one another, build up the body of Christ, and support the mission of God through our giving.

 

GROW

At Redemption Hill, we are called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, growing more in that aim for eternity. We help one another grow to be like Jesus in both structured and organic ways. We do this through the proclamation of God’s Word, observing the ordinances, singing together, praying together, confessing sin to one another, exhorting one another, and loving one another.

 

Go

At Redemption Hill, we live on mission for the building up of God’s Kingdom with urgency and intentionality. We seek to find ways to faithfully proclaim and picture the Gospel for the glory of Christ. We do this individually, in small groups, in corporate efforts, and in partnership with others.

 

Missional Communities

Redemption Hill is a family of servant missionaries that is being changed by the gospel in the Lewiston/Auburn area. We find that the best venue to live out much of the Christian life is in Missional Communities. In smaller numbers, God’s people can disciple, love, care for, speak truth to, forgive, and share in a mission field together. Each Missional Community is messy and far from perfect – because each is made up of normal, everyday, messy, imperfect humans! But the best way to experience life in our church family is to jump into a Missional Community near you.

DNA Groups

DNA groups consist of two to four people – men with men, women with women – who meet together weekly to share what they have heard from God’s Word (Discover), help each other repent of sin/believe the gospel (Nurture), and pray together for non-believers they’re relationally connected to (Act). This framework provides the opportunity for believers to be known, to enjoy Jesus together, apply the gospel to the ups and downs of life’s journey, and keep focused on mission.