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Redeemer Christian Church meets every Sunday
10am at the Huonville Scout and Guide Hall (8 Heron Street, Huonville)

call or text 0427 906 691

MEETING

10AM SUNDAYS

8 HERON STREET, HUONVILLE

WE LOVE THE BIBLE

We are deeply aware of the temptation to speak for God, rather than to let Him speak for Himself. This is why God's word sets the agenda and we preach through whole books of the Bible verse-by-verse.

WE LOVE LITTLE ONES

At Redeemer we are committed to not separating our small children from the rest of the congregation. This can make our meetings a little noisier but the benefit is that children are included from the earliest times as part of the one church. A cry room is available as well.

WE LOVE SHARING MEALS

We do things a little bit differently at Redeemer, on the last Sunday of the month we have a shared meal during which we celebrate the Lord's Supper.

What We're About:

Loving God

The first and greatest commandment, according to Jesus, is to love God with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength. There is nothing greater in this world than loving God and being loved by Him.

At Redeemer, one of the ways that we live out this conviction is through clear, Bible-based sermons. We are deeply aware of the temptation to speak for God, rather than to let Him speak for Himself. This is why God's word sets the agenda and we preach through whole books of the Bible verse-by-verse.

Loving Neighbour

At Redeemer we are committed to loving neighbour as we love ourselves. Our "neighbour" is everyone and so we are dedicated to taking every opportunity to express this love, whether it is through our weekly meetings, mid-week fellowship groups, or shared meals. We also look for opportunities to bless our community through service.

Teaching Others to Do the Same

The Good News about Jesus is simply too good to keep to ourselves. We value sharing all of our lives with others in the hopes that we can tell them about Jesus. By doing this we fulfill the great commission to baptise people from all nations and teach them to obey everything Jesus has commanded us.

WHAT WE BELIEVE:

Most of what we believe we hold in common with the Christian church around the world and throughout the ages.

We believe that the Bible is God's inspired Word. Our understanding of key Christian doctrines is summarized in the three ecumenical creeds (Apostles', Nicene, Athanasian) and in the Reformed Confessions: the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, the Canons of Dordt, and the Scottish Westminster Confession. We also identify with the Contemporary Testimony of the CRC of North America.

For more information see our denominational website.

What We're About:

Loving God

The first and greatest commandment, according to Jesus, is to love God with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength. There is nothing greater in this world than loving God and being loved by Him.

At Redeemer, one of the ways that we live out this conviction is through clear, Bible-based sermons. We are deeply aware of the temptation to speak for God, rather than to let Him speak for Himself. This is why God's word sets the agenda and we preach through whole books of the Bible verse-by-verse

Loving Neighbour

At Redeemer we are committed to loving neighbour as we love ourselves. Our "neighbour" is everyone and so we are dedicated to taking every opportunity to express this love, whether it is through our weekly meetings, mid-week fellowship groups, or shared meals. We also look for opportunities to bless our community through service.

Teaching Others to Do the Same

The Good News about Jesus is simply too good to keep to ourselves. We value sharing all of our lives with others in the hopes that we can tell them about Jesus. By doing this we fulfill the great commission to baptise people from all nations and teach them to obey everything Jesus has commanded us.

SOME OF OUR

RECENT SERMONS


In this message, we explore discipleship in the new series "Full Send Discipleship". What does it look like to be a disciple of Christ?
In this message, we explore discipleship in the new series "Full Send Discipleship". What does it look like to be a disciple of Christ?

Raise Them Up Part 3

November 12, 2023
In this impactful sermon, we delve into the core principles of parenting through a biblical lens. Exploring the themes of love, nurture, and provision, we discover the profound connection between…

Hear. Do. Tell.

November 5, 2023
In this insightful sermon by Mark, we explore the profound wisdom found in Deuteronomy 6 and its relevance to parenting. Mark highlights the crucial message of "HEAR, DO, TELL," emphasising…
In this sermon on 2 Chronicles 16, Isaac explores the topic of parenting, using this biblical passage as a starting point. The passage doesn't directly relate to parenting, but it…
In this message, we examine how God restrains us from greater sin through the use of godly people. Abigail, in this situation.
This message is a summary of the themes of the whole book of Ephesians.
This message examines the relationship between workers and employers and also the ancient dynamic of slaves and masters.
In this message we discuss what gospel centred and spirit filled relationships look like within the family.
This is a continuation of a message about spirit filled marriages addressing the responsibilities of husbands.
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