Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Renewing the city socially, spiritually and culturally

This Sunday, April 27

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Sermon title: Clothed with Power
Sermon passage: Luke 24:36-49
While they were still talking about this, Jesus himself stood among them and said to them, “Peace be with you.” They were startled and frightened, thinking they saw a ghost …
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April article by Tim Keller: Acting, Improv and Public Faith
On February 16 the Downtown Congregation sponsored an afternoon performance by the Improvised Shakespeare Company. The company takes a title or theme from the audience and then improvises a full Shakespearean play, complete with couplets, iambic pentameter, and the use of Shakespearean plot-lines.
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Public Faith and the Practice of Hospitality
The way we use the word “hospitality” in English brings to mind party planning, celebratory events, or at the very least, cooking and cleaning in order to get ready for guests. But that the Bible’s understanding of the practice of hospitality among Christians is best understood as a way of life.
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25 Years of Ministry in NYC — Thanks Be to God!
This April marks the 25th anniversary of the first worship service at Redeemer. From its beginning, Redeemer was built on the idea that the gospel changes everything.
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Learn more about Redeemer’s vision and values
Redeemer Presbyterian Church is a center-city community of changed people who are committed to serving and renewing New York City through a movement of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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S1NGLE: God’s Gifts, Our Plans
On Saturday, March 1, 2014, Redeemer held a sold-out S1NGLES Conference. Over 900 attended, with an additional 900 watching on Livestream. There have also been over 30,000 views online in less than a week. Watch the video of this event.
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Who is Jesus?

What evidence is there for the truth of Jesus’ claims?


Is Jesus who he says he is?


As a church of Jesus Christ, Redeemer exists to help build a great city for all people through a movement of the gospel that brings personal conversion, community formation, social justice, and cultural renewal to New York City and, through it, the world.