Redeemer helps women of all ages and stages connect with Jesus and one another in community, grow more deeply by digging into the gospel, and promote mercy and justice through Redeemer.
Through relationships, events with an emphasis on community, and retreats that allow extended reflection and focused teaching, Redeemer's women's ministry helps women of all ages and stages connect more with Jesus and one another.
Motherhood Redeemed is a group for moms of young kids who are looking for encouragement, support and to build friendships with other moms. We meet weekly throughout the school year on Thursdays from 9:30-11:30am and would love to have you join us! For more information, click here.
Women's Summer Study
The longing for home is an essential part of being human, and we seek and experience home in many different ways. In her new book, Keeping Place, Jen Michel explores the human longing for home in the context of the narrative arc of the Bible. “I’ve become convinced that what happens from Genesis to Revelation can be told as a home story,” she writes. She then calls us all to homemaking as we pursue the work God has given each of us to do to contribute to human flourishing in the world that he is remaking.
Please join us for a 5 week summer book club study on the meaning of home.
Wednesday Evenings from 6:45-8:45pm
June 28 - July 26
Meets at a home in Carmel Valley/56 corridor. Space is limited so register early!
The book, Keeping Place by Jen Michel, will be available for purchase at the Connect Center on Sunday at the end of May.
Redeemer U provides opportunities both to get started and to go deeper into key areas of Christian faith and discipleship. To view upcoming classes, studies or seminars click here.
We serve by engaging with Redeemer's mercy partner Hope for San Diego. To learn more about Hope for San Diego and ongoing volunteer opportunities to serve the poor and marginalized visit hopeforsd.org/volunteer.
If you have any other questions about Redeemer Women's Ministry, please email .