Jesus calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Our mission ministries serve those in need through various organizations and projects in our local community and beyond. We find that we often receive more than we give.
The Mission Board is made up of the Mission Outreach Committee (MOC) and the Mission Funding Committee (MFC). Lay leaders of mission ministries make up the MOC. The MFC is elected by the congregation and determines mission funding.
Church of the Redeemer:
Community Champion for
John P. Parker Elementary School
Trying times such as these give us a chance to be Church in new and extraordinary ways that interrupt the routine of our daily lives. These blessings allow us to see God at work in our community and give us a renewed sense of unity. We are so grateful to be a part of a community that is rooted and ground…Read More »
First Step Home is an organization that helps women in recovery and leads them into a more productive life. We prepare and serve dinners four times a year at their location and engage with the women and their children during dinner and activities. Other opportunities include helping with the Christmas wreath and poinsettia sale in December. We also provide Christmas gifts for t…Read More »
PWC is a non‐profit organization whose aim is to help low‐income elderly homeowners stay in their homes.
PWC sponsors two annual events — Repair Affair and Prepare Affair — during which volunteers help these homeowners with difficult seasonal chores such as yard work, storm windows, gutter cleaning, etc. Redeemer participates in these events in the spring and fall.
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As a host congregation in this national program, we are part of a network of 27 congregations in the Cincinnati area who take turns hosting homeless families during the evening and nighttime hours. Each congregation hosts for a week at a time and we have 6 hosting weeks during the year, usually about every 2 months. Hosting weeks begin on Sunday evenings and end the following Sun…Read More »
The mission of El Hogar Projects is to provide a loving home and education in a Christian environment for abandoned, orphaned and hopelessly poor children, enabling them to fulfill their ultimate potential as productive human beings in Honduras.
For more information regarding El Hogar, visit the El Hogar website.
Since 1986, the Madisonville Education and Assistance Center has been providing direct aid and education to Cincinnati residents in crisis to help them navigate out of poverty. See the posts below (or inquire in the office) for how to be involved, and learn more about MEAC here.
Episcopal Relief & Development is an organization of the Episcopal Church that provides emergency relief work and long‐term rehabilitation and development throughout the world. Church of the Redeemer supports Episcopal Relief & Development through programs such as our "MDG Madness" basketball pool which raises funds for mosquito nets and Lenten "Hope Chests" which go towad …Read More »