Lectures & Studies

Engaging classes on subjects that matter. In the fall, winter, and spring we offer lectures and classes during out middle hour (10:10-10:50 am) that train the Redeemer community, adults and children, in the content, history, and practice of their faith.  This includes the study of the Bible, theology, and life skills (marriage, parenting, finances, peacemaking, etc.)

Middle Hour Schedule

Sundays, 10:10-10:50 am

Middle Hour Presentations

Jan 14 | Stories of Renewal and Prayer
We are excited to hear stories of renewal from two of our own church member families: The Fuscos and the Coopers. Pastor David will lead a Q&A with each family for them to share how God has been working his plan to “renew all things” in and through their lives. Following the Q&A there will be a guided time of prayer for mission and renewal in our lives and the lives of our neighbors.

Jan 21 | No Middle Hour Classes
The town hall meeting to present the budget & vision for 2018 was originally scheduled on this date. The meeting has been rescheduled for Feb 25th. Therefore, middle hour classes for our youth and children will not meet on this date. However, all are encouraged to stay after the first service, or come early for the second service to enjoy a time of fellowship.

  • Click HERE to read more about the 2018 budget & vision town hall meeting.

Neighborhood Parish Partner Spotlights

At Redeemer we love Orange County and count it a joy to serve the communities where we live. Redeemer is organized into neighborhood groups called parishes. Parishes are designed to help us connect with the Redeemer people we live close to and to empower our local Redeemer communities to contribute to the health of our cities.

Join us as we spotlight a few local organizations who embody what it means to love and serve their neighborhood. Our hope is to encourage people who live in that neighborhood to get connected to the organization, or if you live in another part of Orange County to be inspired get connected to a similar organization in your neighborhood.

Jan 28 | Trellis
Speaker: Ian Stevenson
Trellis is a non-profit organization in the city of Costa Mesa which actively works with leaders to mobilize people to intentionally engage in one of the greater challenges of Costa Mesa: Homelessness, Education, and Cultural Integration. Learn more about Trellis at wearetrellis.com

Feb 4 | Mika
Speaker: Jenna Tourje
MIKA is a non-profit organization in the city of Costa Mesa which exists to build whole relationship through Community Building, Leadership Development, and Youth Programming. Learn more about Mika at mikacdc.org

Feb 11 | RUF at UCI
Speaker: Rev. Chad Brewer
RUF (Reformed University Fellowship) is our denomination’s (PCA) university ministry which goes onto college campuses with the message of Jesus Christ. We are honored to support the local ministry at the University of California, Irvine led by Rev. Chad Brewer. This presentation will highlight the exciting progress RUF at UCI has made in the past year, what is coming up for them in 2018, and how the community of Redeemer can better be engaged and supportive of this ministry.

Feb 18 | The Story of Newport Beach
Speaker: Brent Ogden
We want to be a church that knows the cities and county that we reside in, so that we can better love and serve them. On this Sunday we have the honor of hosting a member of the Newport Beach Historical Society as he tells the story of the city of Newport Beach within the history of Orange County.

All Middle Hour presentations will be held in the Chapel.

Looking for one of our past Faith & Culture lectures? Check out our Lecture Audio Archive. For past lectures not posted in our archive, contact Kem Erskine, kem@redeemeroc.org.

Lecture Audio Archive

Youth Small Groups & Breakfasts

Jr High and High School (6th-12th Grades)
Location: Outdoor tables near Chapel Hall
Leaders: Josh Cooper & team of volunteer youth leaders

We invite our youth join us for fun and relationally-based small groups for jr. high girls, jr. high boys, high school girls, and high school boys. Each group will have dedicated youth leaders and will focus on studying the Bible and practical youth topics. We will also host monthly youth breakfasts for a time of fun and fellowship.

Children’s Sunday School

Early Childhood – Kinder (2yrs-K)
Location: MPR Area, Room 3

Lower Elementary (1st-3rd grades)
Location: MPR Area, Room 5

Upper Elementary (4th-5th grades)
Location: MPR Area, Room 8

These classes teach children Bible truths through simple questions and answers, promoting memorization using Bible teaching, music, & activities. Children will learn that they are made for God’s glory and enjoyment in him and how to apply that truth to their lives. We will be using the Show Me Jesus curriculum.

Nursery (6 months to 2 years )
Location: Room directly outside the chapel.
Available during both worship services and middle hour.