We hold the issue of church membership in high regard. Members function as the primary missionaries for the church to our city.

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What is Membership?

Church membership is your way of saying "I'm all in."

We live in a day where stability is dying and transience reigns. The idea of a covenant is foreign to many people in our culture. Yet, as humans we are created to develop deeper root systems than our culture tells us - root systems of family, community, place, and time. 

Understanding this, we hold membership in high regard. In a culture that values mobility and transience, we value the stability and security of a membership commitment to a local church. It is our desire to create a space for the family of God to commit with one another to live together as the family of God, to worship together, grow and be transformed, and to expand God's mission in our city. 

Step 1 - Redeemer DNA

Step 1 - Redeemer DNA

In a culture that values mobility and transience, we value the stability and security of a community that commits to living together as the family of God, being transformed, and expanding God’s mission in our city. The purpose of this five-week class is to give you insight into who we are as a church, what our members pursue together, and what it might mean for you to become a member of Redeemer Fellowship. Our goal is to present the essential theological, cultural, and philosophical “DNA” of our church.

DNA is offered every Fall and Spring. To find the next DNA class, visit our Events page.

Step 2 - Join a Group

Step 2 - Join a Group

Small Groups are formed from our DNA Class.

We are not meant to follow Jesus alone. In groups we build relationships and begin practicing what we’ve learned in DNA as we follow Jesus together. Small Groups are a tangible expression of God’s grace to redeem disjointed, sinful individuals and bring them into a community that lives as an expression of his power.

Step 3 - Become a Member

Step 3 - Become a Member

After participating in a group, you’ll have the opportunity to become a member. The idea of a Membership Covenant is foreign to many people in our culture. Yet, as humans we are created to develop deeper root systems than our culture tells us—root systems of family, community, place, and time.

We exist to cultivate communities of transformed disciples who live for the glory of God and the good of the city.

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