2018 Men's Retreat

March 23 - 25  |  Malibu Join us for our 2018 Men’s Retreat! This year we will once again go to Serra Retreat Center, a beautiful sacred space nestled in the hills of Malibu. This Catholic retreat center, home to Franciscan friars, is a perfect place for reflection with stunning ocean views and, not to mention, great surf less than a mile away.

We are privileged to have Rev. Dr. Dennis Okholm, as our guest speaker for the weekend. Dr. Okholm will be speaking on the topic of Vices & Virtues. We all have a tendency to love the wrong things and move away from the heart of God. Our time together over the weekend will be a guided retreat of prayer, teaching, community, and solitude to help us practically unlearn some of our sinful vices and replace them with godly virtues.

About the Speaker

Dr. Okholm is a Professor of Theology at Azusa Pacific University, an Anglican Pastor, a Benedictine Oblate, and has a passion to help Christians apply ancient biblical wisdom to our ordinary everyday lives.

Retreat Details

Location: Serra Retreat Center 3401 Serra Road, Malibu 90265

Dates: Friday March 23rd - Sunday March 25th

Times: Check-in: 5:00 pm Friday Dinner: 6:00 pm Sunday morning worship: time TBD Sunday Lunch: 12:00 pm Check-out: 1:00 pm

Room Rates:

  • Private Room - $295
  • Shared Room - $215 (2 single beds)

Registration:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

Hard copy registration forms are available at the Redeemer book table on Sunday mornings. Registration is due by March 4th.

Contact Pastor Adam Feichtmann, adamf@redeemeroc.org, if you have questions.

Tokyo Dessert & Presentation

Sunday, 1/28, 7:00 pm, Costa Mesa Join us to hear from our global partner Seima Aoyagi as he gives an update on his ministry and church plant, Grace Harbor Church, in Tokyo, Japan. We’ll gather at the Yanaga’s home in Costa Mesa for a time of refreshments as Seima shares what is happening in Tokyo and how we can support and pray for him and his family. Please contact Randy Yanaga, theyanagas@gmail.com, to RSVP and for the address and directions.

Redeemer 101 Seminar

Saturday, 2/3, 9:00am - 12:00pm, Church Office in Newport Beach This seminar is the first step in becoming a member of Redeemer. Whether you have attended Redeemer for 1 week or 5 years, this class is designed to teach you the basics about Redeemer and give you a forum to ask questions. The seminar will give you an overview of Redeemer’s identity, membership, doctrine, history, and ministry opportunities. Please sign up below if you plan to attend. Contact Adam Feichtmann, adamf@redeemeroc.org, if you have questions.

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2018 Budget Town Hall Meeting

RESCHEDULED for Sunday, 2/25, 10:10am The town hall meeting scheduled for January 21st to present the 2018 budget has been postponed until Sunday, February 25th, during middle hour (10:10-10:50am). Prior to this meeting we encourage you to review our 2018 preliminary budget and send us your feedback. If you were unable to attend the town hall meeting on November 26th where we presented our preliminary 2018 budget, you may contact Kem Erskine, kem@redeemeroc.org, for information. An audio of the meeting, copies of the presentation and 2018 preliminary budget, and additional financial information are available by request.

10AM Worship New Years Eve

Sunday, 12/31, 10:00 am Join us for worship Sunday morning, December 31st. We will have one combined worship service at 10:00 am for this Sunday only. There will be no adult classes and lectures, but we will offer children’s sermon time classes during worship and nursery childcare will also be available for children under 3 years.

New to worship at Redeemer? Click HERE for information to plan your visit.

Youth Christmas Party

Friday, December 15, 7:00-9:00 pm Redeemer youth (6th-12th graders) are invited to come celebrate the season at our 5th annual Ugly Sweater & White Elephant Gift Exchange Christmas party. Wear your ugliest holiday sweater and wrap up your recent yard sale find or back-of-the-closet item for a white elephant gift exchange. Prizes will be given for the for the best Ugly (and most creative) Christmas sweaters. Guidelines for the white elephant gift:

  • Something funny bought or found
  • If bought, cash value is under $15-20
  • Gift is wrapped

Friends are welcome! We will gather at the Renfro residence (Knox family's grandparents) in Costa Mesa. Contact Pastor Adam, adamf@redeemeroc.org, with questions or to RSVP.

Youth Winter Retreat

Redeemer’s youth are heading up into the mountains and snow for a winter retreat. Students will build relationships with one another as they enjoy the snow, play games in a warm cabin, study the Bible, and hang out with friends. This experience will not only be memorable and impactful, it will also be well supervised and SAFE with quality adult leaders. Boys and girls will each have their own cabins.

Details

Dates: Friday-Sunday, January 19-21

Location: Green Valley Lake (near Big Bear)

Cost: $100 per person

Drop-Off: Friday, 4pm, Feichtmann House, Costa Mesa

Pick-Up: Sunday, 10am, Temple Bat Yahm, Newport Beach (Students will return in time for the 2nd worship service.)

Contact: Pastor Adam, adamf@redeemeroc.org

What to Bring

Bring a bible, notebook, pen, sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, warm clothes, jacket, and shower towel. You may also bring snow attire. If you don’t have snow attire, please pack extra clothes. Only pack what you need and please pack lightly.

To Register

Complete the registration form below and submit the following to Josh Cooper, joshc@redeemeroc.org, or Adam Feichtmann, adamf@redeemeroc.org:

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Women's Christmas Party & Ornament Exchange

Tuesday, December 5, 7:30 PM Join us for a warm and festive evening where we’ll celebrate our Savior’s birth and the sweet gift of friendship together with our annual ornament exchange and some holiday treats. We will gather at the home of Sonya Hodson in Newport Beach. Please bring a wrapped ornament if you would like to participate in the exchange. Contact Leslie Watkins, leslie.watkins@me.com, with questions or to RSVP.

Christmas Eve Service

Sunday, December 24, 5:00 pm, Chapel at Temple Bat Yahm Join us for our annual Lessons and Carols Christmas Eve service. We will sing the great Christmas songs interspersed with readings from Scripture, and a short Christmas message.

Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, first created the Nine Lessons and Carols service in 1880. The service, which has its focal point the coming of Christ, is characterized by a very simple pattern. It is ordered around Scripture readings that pertain to Christ’s coming, followed by songs and prayers. Since its first use, the service has spread around the world and has been adapted in many countries, languages, and cultures. The best know version is broadcast from King’s College, Cambridge each Christmas Eve where they have been celebrating this service since 1918.

Nothing will focus your heart and mind, and get your family into the Christmas spirit like this stirring Christmas Eve service.

Nursery childcare will be available for children under 3 years.

If this is your first visit to Redeemer, then click HERE for directions and more information about worship at Redeemer.

Angel Tree is Here

Sundays, November 26-December 17 Share the love of Christ with children of prisoners this Christmas by sponsoring a child from our Angel Tree. Let’s make sure no child is forgotten. Sign-up at the Prison Ministry table in the chapel hall. Please turn in wrapped gifts by Sunday, Dec. 17th, to be delivered the week before Christmas. Contact Lauri Fusco, laurifusco@cox.net, with questions or if you want to help deliver gifts.

Discovering the 12-Days of Christmas

Sunday, December 17, Middle Hour (10:10-10:50 am) Christmas isn’t just one day! It’s actually a 12-day celebration beginning at sunset on Christmas Eve! How could it not be a multi-day, extravagant and joyous feast when the King of Kings, the Prince of Peace, Creator and Redeemer has come to make the world and us new and is coming again? "The 12-Days of Christmas" is more than a list of nonsensical, silly and impractical gifts: it’s a tool to teach children (and adults!) the basics of historic Christianity. All are invited to gather in the chapel to hear from Pastor Adam Feichtmannn about the history of “The 12 Days of Christmas” and how we can continue the celebration of Jesus’ coming after the 25th. Our children are invited to join us for the beginning then will be dismissed for an age-appropriate activity. Nursery childcare will also be available.

 

 

Children's Christmas Party

Sunday, December 10, Middle Hour (10:10-10:50 am) Our annual Children’s Christmas Party will take place on December 10th during Middle Hour. Children ages 2 years-old to 5th grade are invited to celebrate with Christmas carols, stories, cookies and crafts to prepare their hearts for the Christmas season. The celebration will begin in the chapel following the first worship service, around 10am, and our trusted volunteers will lead our children from there to their various activities. Contact Amanda Knox, amandak@redeemeroc.org, if you are interested in volunteering to help.

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Advent Wreath Making

Sunday, December 3rd, 10:10-10:50 am All are invited to kick off the Advent season by creating your own Advent wreaths to use at home. Join us in the chapel hall during middle hour (10:10-10:50am) on December 3rd as we assemble our wreaths and enjoy fellowship with one another. There are two types of wreaths available, and we are requesting a $10 donation per wreath.

Registration

Due to the overwhelming response, we are at capacity for the succulent wreath option. If you would like to participate in this event but have not submitted your RSVP, please still plan to join us! We should have ample supplies for you to make one of the wooden bead wreaths. If you have questions or need to update your RSVP, then please contact Heather Juelfs, juelfsfam@gmail.com.

Advent & Christmas 2017

Starting December 3rd come celebrate Advent and Christmas at Redeemer.

Advent & Christmas Worship

Dec 3, 10, 17, & 24, 8:45AM & 11:00AM | Worship Services in Advent

Dec 24, 5PM | Christmas Eve Lessons & Carols Service Join us for our annual Christmas Eve service. We will sing the great Christmas songs interspersed with readings from Scripture, and a short Christmas message.

Dec 31, 10AM | Worship Service New Years Eve We will have one combined worship service the morning of New Years Eve to continue our celebration of the Christmas season.

Middle Hour Events

Sundays, 10:10 - 10:50 am

Dec 3 | Advent Wreath Making Event All are invited to kick off the season by making Advent wreaths so you can celebrate Advent at home. Click HERE for more details and to RSVP for this event.

Dec 10 | Children’s Christmas Party Redeemer kids, get ready to celebrate with stories, songs, cookies and crafts! READ MORE

Dec 17 | Discovering the 12-Days of Christmas Christmas isn’t just one day! Come hear about the history of “The 12 Days of Christmas” and how we can continue the celebration of Jesus’ coming after the 25th. READ MORE

Parties

Dec 5, 7PM | Women’s Christmas Party & Ornament Exchange Ladies are invited for our annual Christmas party and ornament exchange. We will gather at the Hodson's home in Newport Beach.

Dec 15, 7PM | Youth Ugly Sweater & White Elephant Exchange Christmas Party Youth are invited to come celebrate Christmas at our annual get together. Details on location will be announced closer to the date.

 

Welcome Lunch

Sunday, November 19, 12:30pm Newcomers to Redeemer are invited to lunch with Pastors David and Adam on November 19th, following the 2nd worship service. David and Heather Juelfs will be hosting the lunch at their home in Costa Mesa. Whether you've visited Redeemer once or you have been coming for several months, we would love to see you there. Bring your family and enjoy lunch and a time to get to know our Redeemer pastors and learn more about Redeemer church. Contact Pastor Adam Feichtmann, adamf@redeemeroc.org, with questions and to RSVP.

Bible Dedication

Sunday, October 22nd Join us for worship on Sunday, October 22nd, to dedicate the bibles provided by our Redeemer children’s fundraiser over the summer. During both services, we will invite all of our children to participate in this dedication as we pray for the inmates who will receive these bibles. We will be partnering with Gary and Lisa Cram, founders of the Prelude Foundation, to distribute the bibles to inmates throughout Orange County. Join us in sharing God’s word with those who need His message of redemption.

Youth Fall Campout 2017

Redeemer’s jr high and high schoolers are planning to kick-off the fall with our 5th annual overnight beach campout at San Clemente State Park. They will build relationships with one another as they camp under the stars, study the Bible, roast s’mores around the bonfire, go surfing, play games and hang out with friends. This experience will not only be memorable and impactful, it will also be well-supervised and SAFE with quality adult leaders.

Details

Dates: Friday – Sunday, October 27-29

Location: San Clemente State Beach Campground

Cost: $50 per camper

Drop-Off: Friday, 4pm, Feichtmann House, Costa Mesa

Pick-Up: Sunday, 10:10am, Temple Bat Yahm (in time for middle hour and 2nd worship service)

Contact: Demi Richardson, demir@redeemeroc.org

Registration

Please complete the following:

Forms and payments may be submitted to Demi Richardson, demir@redeemeroc.org.

What To Bring

Needed Items: Bible, notebook, pen, flashlight, sleeping bag, pillow, toilettries, warm and cool clothes, jacket, board shorts, modest one-piece swimsuit (no tankinis), beach and bath towels

Optional Items: surfboards, boogie boards, beach toys, etc.

Please pack lightly and only what you plan to use.

Ethiopia Trip 2018

Join Pastor Adam and other Redeemer church members for our 3rd trip to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to work with our global partner Ethiopia ACT and Jason Polk. We are planning to go May 2-12, 2018. Depending on the make up of our team members, we plan on running medical clinics, providing counseling, hosting children’s and youth programs, leading business training seminars, and assisting in the work of the church plants in some of the poorest neighborhoods of Addis Ababa. If you have vocational or personal skills in medicine (doctors, nurses, pharmacists), business, finance, leadership and organization, children’s or youth work, counseling, social work, church leadership, and/or a simple heart to serve we would love for you to join us. Take a look at recap from our 2016 team trip if you want to learn more about the details of that trip, as there will be similar elements on the 2018 trip.

Trip Details:

  • Cost: Estimated at $2,500+/- per person (depending on flights) with possible Redeemer subsidy if requested
  • Who: The team will consist of members from Redeemer, Menlo Church in Bay area, and possibly some members from Trinity Presbyterian Church in Orange.
  • Contact: Adam Feichtmann, adamf@redeemeroc.org if interested or have questions

We hope you will consider joining us!