Redemption is a brand new church inside the inner loop in Houston that held its Grand Opening in April 2014. We are a group of people enamored with Jesus. We've learned that the redemption found in him is better than anything else in life. He is slowly redeeming and transforming us, and we hope you'll come join us.
If you're new here, have a look at who it is we want to be. Then think about joining us Sundays for Worship or on weeknights as we gather in HUBs. If you have any questions, you can always Contact Us.
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Every Sunday at 10a. We had our Grand Opening on April 6, and now we keep gathering every Sunday for worship.
Weekday evenings. HUB groups are the "hub" of everything we do—they are central to life at Redemption Church. They're where our lives interconnect with others and we wrestle with what it means to follow Jesus. Sign up to join a HUB group here.
Upcoming events. We have several events happening this Spring, including Square One, a Vision Night, a discussion of God and Evil, and Nights of Worship and Prayer. Find out more info here.
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Beauty is its own argument, for as much as we ignore or deny or question its power, we melt in its presence. Human hearts may be nearly impossible to change; but beauty changes them. Beauty pierces us. Beauty reorients our values and purposes. It can drive us and inspire us. Beauty, weak as it may seem, has the power to do what almost nothing else can.
As someone who believes strongly in the value of being real, of confessing, of knowing and being known, I live a life torn in two directions. As desperate as I am to be known, I think the vast majority of people around me see the smile on my mouth and call me blessed. What they don’t realize is that I have so much to say that doesn’t come out. They don’t realize I’m a messed up head-case who’s insecure and needy and impatient and selfish—but as much as I want them all to know that and accept me and love me, the reality is that I don’t trust that they’d really accept me if they knew the real me. I can barely get people to like the projected me, so what hope is there that they’ll accept the whole, unfiltered me behind the projected me?