We desire to see middle school and high school students all over the metro be transformed by God’s grace and understand and experience what it means to love Jesus.
- The Bible says that parents, not the church, are held primarily responsible for the spiritual upbringing of their children (Deut 6:4-7, 20-25). Our student ministry exists to come alongside parents in their God-given role to help point their students to Jesus.
- Gospel-centered conversations are the backbone of a healthy student ministry. Middle school and high school students need a safe place to talk about how the good news of what Christ has done for them answers the questions they are wrestling with about faith and identity.
- Students are not just the future of the church, they are the church now and have gifts to contribute to the body (1 Cor. 12:4-11). We desire to see students serving on our hospitality teams, engaging in neighborhood initiatives, and worshiping on Sunday mornings with their families and other adults.
Midtown's Student Ministry meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm in Morton Hall (3936 Main St) at Redeemer Midtown. In addition, we frequently host outings and other events throughout the year. To get involved, check our calendar or reach out directly.
Johnson County's Student Ministry meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm in the Culture House inside Oak Park Mall. We also hosts events, camps and retreats throughout the year. To get involved, check our calendar or reach out directly!
Independence’s Student Ministry meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm at Bethel Baptist Church (2406 S. State Route 291, Independence, MO 64057) In addition, we frequently host outings and other events throughout the year. To get involved or to find out more information you can reach out directly!
We exist to cultivate communities of transformed disciples who live for the glory of God and the good of the city.
Redeemer Fellowship is one church in three locations. Need help choosing? Contact us.
2406 S. State Route 291
9135 Haskins St
3921 Baltimore Avenue
Kansas City, MO