FAQ

Where can I park in Midtown?

We have Redeemer signs displaying available parking at several different lots around our building. Here’s a detailed parking map.

What are services like?

While we all come from diverse backgrounds and circumstances, we believe the gospel is good news for everyone. In light of this, our Sunday gatherings in both Midtown & Johnson County are designed to bring the gospel to bear on each and every one of us at the point of our need. All of our services are the same, and we follow a basic pattern of meeting together that is traced back to the early church. We sing, we pray, we teach from the Bible, and we respond by taking communion together. Our goal is not to manufacture a particular feeling or experience, but we pray that as we come face to face with the truth of who Jesus is and what he’s done, we will be deeply affected and our lives will be transformed for his glory and the good of our city.

What should I wear?

There is no dress code at Redeemer, so wear whatever you like. The atmosphere is generally very casual, so just be yourself.

What about my kids?

In Midtown, for the 9 am, 11 am, and 5 pm services we have a full children’s ministry through 5th grade. We do not have childcare for the 7 pm service. In Johnson County, we have children’s ministry through 5th grade. Here’s more information on RedeemerKIDS.

I’m looking for books to read—have any recommendations?

Sure. We’ve put together a list of recommended books.

What kind of church is Redeemer Fellowship?

Redeemer Fellowship is a church affiliated with the Acts 29 Network and Fellowship Associates. Our core values are Truth, Worship, Transformation, Community, Beauty, and City. For more information about our beliefs and our vision, please visit the about section.

How old is Redeemer?

We held our first service in Midtown on June 8, 2008. Our first Johnson County congregation service was held on September 7, 2014.

Why do you preach through books of the Bible?

Because we believe that God has revealed his truth to us through his written word, we regard the preaching and teaching of the Bible as a top priority and essential element of the church. We primarily preach through books of the Bible verse by verse because we believe the Bible is best understood when each verse is seen within its proper context, as the biblical authors intended. While we do occasionally step out of this rhythm and spend a season on a certain topic, theme or group of scriptures, we believe that the verse-by-verse approach helps us to engage all of the scriptures while preventing us from picking soap box topics or avoiding difficult passages.

How can I find out more information about an internship at Redeemer?

You can click here.

Can I have my wedding at Redeemer?

At this time we are only able to give use of our Midtown building for weddings to those who are members. Our Johnson County facilities are not available for weddings. Here’s more information on having your wedding here.

Can I host my event at Redeemer or Morton Hall?

We’re sorry, but we are unable to rent our facilities for outside events.