Jesus, the one with whom our faith begins and ends, is the most perfect expression on earth of the will of God. With Jesus in proper perspective we have focus and meaning as a church. We understand our purpose in the world, because he gives us that purpose. Our relationship with the Father, with each other, and with the world are defined by our relationship with Jesus. As a church of Jesus Christ, a group of people called together by him, everything else falls into place when our relationship to him is sound. Thus this congregation strives to better our understanding of and our relationship to Him who is our Savior and Master.
A ministry to reach out to comfort people who are grieving the death of a loved one. The support group is facilitated by Steve Kay, who is a Certified Bereavement Facilitator. Steve's Grief Ministry grew from his own struggle after the death of his oldest daughter, Kristin in 1993 at the age of 12. Steve also has over nineteen years experience as Hospice Chaplain for Redlands Community Hospital.
A LIFE group is a small group which meets regularly for Bible Study, Prayer, and Fellowship. The groups specialize in building close and meaningful relationships. We encourage you to select a group and call for more information.
The first assembly of the Redlands Church of Christ was held on July 6, 1941 at 17 E. Central Avenue. There were 41 people present on that first Sunday. Twelve years later, thanks to the vision of the elders, a parcel of land located on the corner of Roosevelt Road and Highland Avenue was purchased for the ‘future’ building site … Planned and built on faith, the new building was completed in 1962.
At Redlands Church of Christ we offer support for any individuals or couples thinking about, talking about or considering divorce. Navigating through difficult times in any relationship can be a challenge without any support or help.
Our individual counseling and small groups offer a soft place to land and a safe, confidential environment. Our senior pastor leadership team has many years of experience in families, relationships divorces and common family and relationship struggles.
Most people quickly feel comfortable and accepted in their DivorceCare group. They discover that there are others who have the same kind of feelings they do—and who understand the hurt and pain they are going through.
You’ll probably feel a little nervous about going to DivorceCare the first time. Those feelings go away quickly for most people, usually during the first session they attend.