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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:

LOVE 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.

Love 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.

Teach 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:

LOVE 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

Love 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.

Teach 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 examine whether it is possible to repent in the moments before death. The short answer is yes! But sometimes people can get to the end of…
In this message we examine Pharaoh's hardening. Was it done by God or by Pharaoh himself? We discover that two things are uncontroversial in the Bible: 1. Man is free…
In this message we discuss the sensitive topic of depression. Many believe that Christianity and depression are incompatible, but we will see that not only is that untrue, it is…
In this message Peirce Baehr opens the Got Questions series with a discussion on Hell.

No Condemnation

April 4, 2021
This special Easter message looks at what it means when the Apostle Paul says there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.
When is it okay to judge? Does Jesus words "Judge not lest ye be judged" apply in all circumstances. Why is that those who say "Don't judge me" often say…
In this message we review the place of hospitality in the old and new testament and how we can be inspired to show hospitality as well as avoid the temptation…
In this message guest speaker Ben Searle takes us through a survey of how understanding the return of Christ leads to us being able to encourage one another and build…

Honour One Another

February 28, 2021
We continue our One Another series by looking at the importance of "Honour" both in the Bible and today.
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