What to expect
CHURCH FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T ALWAYS LIKE CHURCH.
If you are new to the area, are looking for a church, are coming back to church, or just want to see what Redemption Church is all about, we would love to have you as our guest this Sunday. Our Sunday services are a great opportunity for people to come and enjoy time together—whether it's their first time or they've been coming for years.
Don't worry, no prior church experience is necessary!
When: Sunday Mornings @ 11:30 AM
Where: 1st Presbyterian Church (We meet in the Youth Room) 221 N. Main Street, Belvidere, Ill 61008
What: We know visiting a new church can be a nerve-wracking experience. Check out the information below, that way you will know exactly what you are wakling into on a Sunday Morning at Redemption Church!
What should I wear?
Wear whatever you are most comfortable with. Every Sunday people wear everything from a suit to their favorite sports team apparel. We are much more concerned about what's going on inside of a person than the outside. Our pastor usually wears jeans.
Are my kids welcome in service?
Absolutely! You are welcome to bring your children into service with you on Sunday morning. However, we think they would have a lot more fun in the Children's Ministry. Each week we offer a safe place for your children to worship and learn with other children as well. You can learn more about the Children's Ministry Here. We are a family friendly church.
What is the music like?
We do not own a pipe organ, but other than that we do it all. On any given Sunday our team will play up-tempo songs, familiar hymns, sometimes there are loud guitar riffs and thumping drums. The point of the music on Sunday morning is to lead us in worship of our Savior with relevant music and lyrics that are deep in meaning yet easy to understand.
Is there anything else I need to know?
Nope, just come as you are. There are no secret handshakes or things you need to know in advance. You will be welcomed and accepted whether it is your first time or your thousandth time walking through the door.