Sermons, Articles and News from Redemption Hill Church in Lawrence, KS

News & Events

September 24-25 - Men's Camping Trip

Redemption Hill Church is planning a Men's Camping Trip on September 24th through 25th. We'll be hiking and camping near the Buffalo River Valley, located in the Ponca Wilderness Area of Northwest Arkansas. We will be carpooling from Lawrence early Friday morning and returning back to Lawrence in time for dinner on Saturday. For more details regarding the agenda and costs, please contact Scott Huffman.

October 2 - Anchored Conference

Mission Road Bible Church willl once again be hosting a one-day conference for single Christians in their 20s and 30s. Anchored Conference 2021 will take place on Saturday, October 2nd. The theme for this year is Press On! The teaching will seek to encourage men and women in the perseverance and endurance of faith. Bret Capranica of Summit Woods Baptist Church and Rick Holland of Mission Road Bible Church will serve as main session speakers. For more information check out the Anchored Conference website or for details regarding the group from Redemption Hill that will be attending, please contact Michael Dietzel.

October 10 - Hymn Sing

On Sunday evening October 10th at 6pm we will be having an all-church Hymn Sing. Mark your calendars and be sure to join us for an informal time of worship through song and testimony.

October 16 - Women's Discipleship

What is biblical womanhood? Women, high school age and older, are invited to be a part of discipling and being discipled at Redemption Hill Church. Once per month, our ladies will be meeting on Saturday morning, at 9 am, to work through an eight-part study by Mary A. Kassian and Nancy Leigh DeMoss called, "True Woman 101: Divine Design". Be sure to order your own copy ahead of time as the group jumps into part one to both share what God is doing in their lives while also digging deeper into God's word together.

October 23 - Men's Theology

Our ongoing discussion of Gilbert and DeYoung's "What is the Mission of the Church?" will cover chapter 10 on Saturday, October 23rd at 7am. We will meet downstairs in the commons.