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We worship each Sunday morning at 10:30am

Redeemer'smembers are partnering with Trinity UMC and the Manna House to host Room In The Inn, a hospitality service for our city's homeless and vulnerable, on Tuesday,
December 6th from 5:30pm-8pm. Twelve homeless guests will spend the night at
Trinity. Redeemer gets to provide dinner and share a table with other
volunteers and guests. Children are welcome! This is a great opportunity to
spend time with Memphis's most marginalized people, meet their physical needs,
and hear their stories. Please consider coming to help with food prep, dinner
service, clean up and/or hanging with the guests after dinner. Sign up at
for one or all! Contact Reid Yarbrough ( for more

Friday, November 11, 2016: 6pm-9pm and Saturday, November 12, 2016: 9am-12pm
Redeemer Presbyterian Church of Memphis, 651 S Cooper St, Memphis, TN 38112
Register online at bottom of page! If preferred, registration will be available on-site on November 11, starting at 5:45pm. The seminar is ...
Anne Fishel is a co-founder of The Family Dinner Project, a professor at Harvard Medical School and the author of "Home for Dinner." On The Family Dinner Project website, she offers a detailed apologetic for the family meal time:
Most American families are starved for time to spend together, and ...
Thursday, July 8th, is going to be Redeemer Day at Overton Park, so be sure to go enjoy some time at park! It is home of some of our favorite Memphis spots, including the Levitt Shell, Brooks Museum, and Zoo. Behind the scenes, the Overton Park Conservancy is working diligently to preserve and ...
Redeemer is hosting a performance workshop for young musicians this summer!
Whether you need the spark to get started on your instrument, or a jolt that will boost your skills higher, the Circuit Music Performance Workshop is an immersive musical growth experience for each level of performer ...
Our friends at Archimania won an Honor Award of Excellence at the 2016 AIA Memphis Design Awards for their design on our building! Check out the coverage in the Dailt News: