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Redeemer Student Ministry (RSM)


Partnering with Parents to Show Students that Jesus is Everything


Weekly Gatherings:  

Main Gathering 

Wednesdays  6:30-8:30pm, Worship Center


Sundays 11:30am -12:45pm, Building A


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Guess what students?! You guys made it! You made it through tests and finals to the end of the school year. Let's celebrate the beginning of summer with a pool party! All middle and high school students are invited. It's gonna be Friday, June 2nd from 6pm-9pm at the home of Hayden and Amy Flowers. Burgers and hot dogs will be provided, as well as ice cream with toppings for dessert. Everyone should bring either a bag of chips or a 2 liter soda. One piece swimsuits and appropriate swimwear please. Can't wait to see everyone there! If you have any questions you can email Lawson at 





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What to Expect:

We have some great students at Redeemer. We have a good number of homeschool, private, and public schoolers; we have students all ages 6th-12th grade. A bunch of adults from the church come each week to provide leadership and wisdom to the students. Even though we come from many different backgrounds, we find our identity in Jesus, and he has made us a family. That's what makes our student ministry so welcoming and, honestly, fun—and we hope you'll find it a place to belong, make great friends, and grow into the fullness of Christ. 

Weekly Messages:

Find our weekly messages and other content on Itunes or SoundCloud 

Our Mission:

To show students that Jesus is everything.

Our Core Values:


It's all about Jesus—who He is and what He has done. We never move past Jesus' life, death, and resurrection as our message, model, motivation, and means. 


The gospel makes us family. This is the context in which we grow and make disciples of those who don't know Jesus.


Our salvation doesn't end with us. Jesus deserves everyone's worship, and He made us his ambassadors. God plans to use us to save our friends and family who don't know Jesus.