In early February 2008, a group of individuals and families met together to consider joining with one another to begin a new church in Little Rock. This group shared a common vision for a church where people dig deep into the timeless truth of the Bible, where worship is heartfelt and passionate, where people are connected with one another in grace based, Christ centered relationships and where individuals and families live their lives on mission by loving and serving others. Our desire was to be a community of faith that is anchored solidly in what the Bible teaches, that is culturally aware, and that seeks to tell others about Jesus and to help them become fully devoted followers of Christ.
From that beginning, Redeemer Community Church was born.
What we believe
We are not affiliated with any denomination. Our beliefs are rooted in what the Bible teaches.
Our understanding of the Bible is informed by historic documents such as the:
We are indebted to those from a variety of Christian traditions and backgrounds who have helped us shape our beliefs—men from church history like Augustine, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards, JC Ryle and Charles Spurgeon, and contemporary thinkers like Tim Keller, John Piper, RC Sproul, and John MacArthur.
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Worship is a broad term that encompasses the variety of ways we ascribe worth or value or honor to God. Harold Best, in his book Music Through the Eyes of Faith, defines worship in the broadest sense as “acknowledging that someone or something else is greater – worth more – and by consequence, to be obeyed, feared, and adored…Worship is the sign that in giving myself completely to someone or something, I want to be mastered by it.” (pg. 143)
When we gather together for corporate worship at Redeemer Community Church, our worship centers on four ways in which we express our devotion to God: