Connecting and Growing at Redemption Church

Hub groups are the small group gatherings where members of Redemption connect and grow. This connection and growth happens in the once a week official hub group gatherings where we gather to read Scripture, encourage each other, and pray—these are sort of like Bible studies with relational depth where we help each other work out the messy intersection of following Jesus and daily life. But this connection and growth also happens throughout the week as we do our best to be a community for each other. As the New Testament implores us, we want to "exhort each other every day, as long as it's called 'today,' in order that none of [us] may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin."

HUB Details


Leaders: Anna & Angelo Yoder
When: Sundays, 12p-1:30p
Where: the church building (8915 Timberside)
*Childcare available

Leaders: Dwan & Johnny Newman
When: Sundays at 1p
Where: Sugar Land / Missouri City


"The Vine" - for HBU students
Leaders: JR & Rebecca Harris
When: Mondays at 7:00p
Where: HBU campus, HODO Residence College


Leaders: Deborah Ryan & Jef Sala
When: Tuesdays at 7:00p
Where: near Beechnut and Bissonnet
*Childcare available

"Redemption at University of Houston" - for UH students
Carrie Cooper & Justin Gingrich
When: Tuesdays at 8:00p
Where: the church building (8915 Timberside)


Leaders: Phil & Becky Waggoner
When: Wednesdays at 7:00p
Where: near Cambridge and Holly Hall

Leaders: Keri Schadler & Jeff Webster
When: Wednesdays at 7:00p
Where: near Waugh and Westheimer

Leaders: Alyssa & Justin Gingrich
When: Wednesdays at 7:00p
Where: near Greenbriar & S Braeswood

Leaders: Mike & Catherine Haskew
When: Wednesdays at 7:00p
Where: the church building (8915 Timberside)
*Childcare available

Leaders: Mundo & Kim de la Fuente
When: Wednesdays at 7:00p
Where: near Holcombe and Kirby
*Childcare available

Leaders: Tommy & Michelle Mitchell
When: Wednesdays at 7:30p
Where: near Old Spanish Trail and Almeda



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Why HUB Groups?

"Hub" is a helpful term because of its definition

In general, hubs are central places of activity, places you come back to again and again, and we hope these hub groups are the center of community life at Redemption Church. Where's the first place you go when you need prayer? Your hub. Where do you find deep, meaningful relationships? Your hub. Where do you find other people trying to figure out what it means to live out our faith in this crazy world? Your hub. Where do you invite your friends who need a place to ask questions as they wrestle with Jesus? Your hub. Our hub groups really are meant to be the hubs, the centers of the majority of what we do, for Redemption Church.


"Hub" is also an acronym for "Health, Unity, Belief," the three primary goals of the hub groups.

H: Health

Hubs are places where we can work on becoming healthy—primarily spiritually healthy and relationally healthy, but maybe even financially or physically healthy. We care about people. We want people to be cared for and to thrive. And hubs are our primary method of helping individuals move toward health through life transformation.

U: Unity

Besides worrying about our individual health, hubs are a place where we work out the unity that we so highly value as a church. We want to be on the same page, have passions for the same deep things, and pursue the same Jesus. And we do this by focusing on Him and each other more than we focus on ourselves. Hubs are the most natural place that we form the deep relationships that are vital for any person to thrive.

B: Belief

Finally, hubs are the place where belief happens. How do people come to know Jesus at Redemption? Primarily through our hubs. Invite your friends and introduce them to the wonder working God-man. Hubs are a great place to come and ask questions, even the really hard ones you may have.