Visit Redeemer Church
We gather on Sunday mornings to express our gratitude to the Savior in a celebration service. Our Sunday gathering provides the context for treasuring Christ through worship, hearing the preaching of his word, experiencing the ministry of the Holy Spirit, and fellowship with one another.
What to expect: Our meeting begins at 10 a.m. and will usually go till 11:45 a.m.
Singing: We sing worship songs together, blending contemporary praise songs and more traditional hymns that direct our attention to God the Father, Jesus the Savior, and the Holy Spirit.
Giving: A time is set aside for us to present our offerings to the Lord in grateful response to his gracious provision for our needs.
Children: Redeemer offers gospel emphasis classes for children 6months – age 10. Your child will experience a safe and fun place during the teaching portion of our Sunday gatherings. Please stop by the welcome desk before 10am or during the break to register your child for the appropriate class and to receive a security card. More Information
Teaching: We spend 45 minutes studying a specific text from God’s word together through expository preaching. This simply a systematic study of God’s word in view of the context of God’s great plan of redemption, to help us to gain a greater understanding of the person and work of Jesus Christ in order to worship and obey him.
Sacraments: We celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first week of the month. We also conduct baptism for those professing faith in Christ on a quarterly basis. For more information on baptism please contact us.
If you are visiting for the first time or would like more information about our church please fill out our Connect card HERE.
Take the Indian River Road East Exit 286B
Turn Right on Centerville Turnpike and go for about 3 miles
The church is on the right on the corner of Centerville Turnpike and Elbow Road
From Greenbrier Parkway:
Go down Greenbrier Parkway toward Kempsville Road
Cross over Kempsville. Greenbrier turns into Butts Station
Stay on Butts Station and make a left on Elbow Road
Centerville Turnpike Bridge
The City of Chesapeake is planning a major rehabilitation project of the Centerville Turnpike bridge, which will begin in late May 2019 and last approximately one year. Beginning in late July 2019, a phase of the project will result in the complete closure of the Centerville Turnpike bridge to vehicle traffic for six months. This project is necessary to improve the infrastructure that allows the bridge to open for maritime traffic to pass, and will result in a more reliable, safer bridge for boat and vehicle traffic alike.