New Assistant Pastor.
I am excited to announce that the Session has called Jason Piland to be our Assistant Pastor. Jason is completing his degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte and will graduate at the end of May. His start date at Redeemer will be June 1st. Below is a brief bio of Jason and Erika as well as a photo of them with their son Wesley. We are thankful to God for His goodness in answering our prayers and providing such a godly and gifted man.

Jason was raised in North Carolina, but he moved to Nashville, Tennessee for college and lived there for nine years.  He earned Bachelor’s and J.D. degrees from Belmont University.  After briefly practicing law, he served on staff at Covenant PCA in Nashville as the Director of Young Adults Ministries, in part to help Jason, Erika, and the church discern whether Jason should pursue pastoral ministry.  In 2016, he began studies at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte and began serving at Ballantyne Presbyterian Church (ARP) as the Pastoral Assistant.  He plans to graduate with his Master’s of Divinity in May.  Erika spent many formative years in Stow, but her family moved to Florida just before her sixth grade.  After graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree, she began work on her J.D. at Belmont University in Nashville.  She has practiced law since 2014, primarily in the areas of estate planning, probate, and real estate.  She currently works as an attorney part time for Ark Title Group in Charlotte.  Jason and Erika married in 2012, and they have one son, Wesley, who was born in June of 2017.  Jason and Erika are thrilled to be joining the Redeemer family this June and eagerly look forward to getting to know the congregation! – Pastor Wright

Inquirers Class.
Are you interested in membership or would simply like more information about Redeemer Church? You are invited to join Pastor Wright to discuss the following topics: the History of Presbyterianism, Doctrine, Government and Worship. This is a 4-week class during the Sunday School hour starting 3 March.

Work & Cleaning Days.
Our Work & Cleaning Days are important days for us here at Redeemer. These days are  opportunities to get caught up on cleaning and small repairs Deacon Gaippe does not always have time to complete during his normal course of duties. Normally, no special skills are required. The Deacons ask that you prayerfully and sacrificially consider joining us. The dates for this year are, 23 February, 18 May, 13 July, 19 October (they are listed on the church calendar for your convenience) and any updates will be in the announcements in the bulletin and here on the website. A partial list of tasks is listed here. Also, if you’re unable to attend on the scheduled dates you can come anytime you’re available (you can gain entry by the key code on the east side of the building). Please coordinate your efforts with Deacon Gaippe. Your sacrificial help is always appreciated.

Who’s Coming to Dinner?
Mark your calendar for an evening of good food and fun on Saturday, 9 March at 6pm. More details to come!

Capernaum Ministry Prayer Calendar.
Prayer calendars are in the Library for Young Life Capernaum. The leaders would be so encouraged by your prayer support for this ministry.

Fellowship Luncheon. 
Mark your calendar for a time of fellowship and good food following morning worship on Sunday, 17 February.

Overflow Parking. 
Additional parking is available adjacent to the church building at the bank parking lot, with a staircase from the lot to the church. Please consider parking next door to provide open spaces for our visitors and those needing a space closer to the building.

Mens Fellowship Study.
Saturday morning Men’s Fellowship Study is reading J.C. Ryle’s Practical Religion. Click here for the copy we’ll be using & check the Men’s Fellowship page here on our website for the schedule. We look forward to a great time in fellowship.

Ladies Study (Fri AM and Thurs PM) in February.
Starting in February, we will resume our Thursday evening and Friday morning Ladies Study to discuss The Word of the Lord by Nancy Guthrie. Thursday evening study will gather at the Wright home at 7:00pm, with Friday morning study meeting in Fellowship Hall with childcare provided. We will begin on 7 February (Thurs) and 8 February (Fri).

Wednesday Evening Prayer Fellowship. 
On 27 February we will gather for corporate prayer and worship at 7:00pm.

Youth Group. 
Students in 6th-12th grade are welcome to join us following evening worship for Youth Group on 24 February after evening worship. Friends are welcome!

Building Use.
If you’d like to use our building you must fill out the building use form found on Breeze. If you need help please see Jennifer Cook or Deacon Gaippe.

Key code for the east door.
If you need to gain access to the building you can do so by the east entrance with the key code. Members will be given the key code upon request and will be asked to sign a security document. Please see a deacon for this information. Also, if you know the code and have not signed the form, please see Deacon Gaippe.

WSC Questions for Winter 2018-19 Listing.
Click here for the Winter listing of the Shorter catechism questions.

Men’s Summer Church League Softball.
The boys of summer are coming soon and calling for gentleman of variable athletic prowess. Games are on Monday nights (6:00—9:00pm) for ten weeks starting in late May and ending in mid-August. Looking for 12 full time and 4-5 subs. Interested parties can contact Alex McMahan, or 330.413.2450.

Keep Up To date.
Check out the Redeemer calendar here on our website to find out what’s happening in the life of our church. Don’t miss another event or gathering!

Sermon App.
If you’d like to listen to our sermons and classes check out our app at Sermon.Net. There you will find sermons and classes going back for some time. Also, if you subscribe you can take notes and have an online Bible for your convenience.

Keep in touch on Facebook.
We have a Facebook page that will help you stay in touch with current events at Redeemer. Simply request to join here and you’ll be added to our page.

Check out our Library.
Have you read any good books lately? The church library currently houses almost 300 volumes—there’s sure to be something for you. We have devotionals, commentaries, history, biography, culture, and more. There are also video and audio resources. Checkout instructions are posted at the end of the shelves by the window. The entire catalog is available online at for you to browse. There is a box for donations if you have books you’d like to contribute. Magazines are free for the taking and need not be returned. See Kevin Glazier with any questions.

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