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During COVID-19

Church family, this is an especially important season for us to remain connected to each other another. All of our routines and rhythms have been disrupted. But even though we are living more physically distanced lives, that doesn’t mean we have to live in isolation. The book of Hebrews exhorts us to strive to gather and encourage one another (10:24-25). During this season it might be harder to stay connected, but it’s never been more important. Because of the technology available to us, we can remain connected in life-giving relationships. Let's stay connected!

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Worship | Pray | Summer Community & Growth

Need Help | Help Others | Resources

Worship with us
We are committed to the church gathering each week for worship. Starting July 12, 2020 we will begin a limited regathering of in-person worship services. For those unable to attend you can join us via live stream at 10 a.m.

Read more about our limited regathering here.

Let’s pray
We’re praying together every week day and would love for you to join us as we pray for our world, city, and community. These 30-minute prayer times at 12 p.m. EST Monday through Friday for anyone in our church family, led by one of your church leaders.

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 443 140 644
Password: 535027

Dial in: 929-205-6099
Meeting ID: 443 140 644

Summer Community & Growth

  • Virtual Bible Study: Strong in the Lord | 4 Wednesdays in August | 8:30 p.m. Join Pastor Bijan for a four-week Bible study on Ephesians 6:10-20, as we consider spiritual battles and the armor of God. Register here.

  • UWS Prayer Walks | Saturdays on the UWS and in Washington Heights Sign up to receive notifications as the prayer walks are schedule here.

Need help
As a church family, we want to offer practical help to each during this season.

  • Disaster Relief Fund - For those part of the Redeemer West Side community and experiencing pressing, urgent financial needs as a result of wage loss related to COVID-19. In addition to helping with some financial needs, we can also help subsidize costs for mental health services.
  • For healthcare workers - We recognize that there have been particular financial stresses to our frontline workers. If you are a frontline worker, we would love the opportunity to provide practical support to you and your family at this time. Please contact Ellen Boker at [email protected] to receive or nominate someone to receive support.

Help others

  • Crisis Care Team - provide both spiritual and practical care (running errands, delivering meals and groceries, praying for others)
  • Support financially - support members and attendees of our church who are experiencing severe financial troubles because of wage loss due to COVID-19

More resources
Resources for the public
Resources for freelance artists and musicians