As we read the Bible, we see that the church is more than a building or a set of programs for us to enjoy. What separates us from just a crowd of attendees or a common club is the intentional creation of a community where people are encouraged to mature as disciples of Christ and where practical needs are met as they live life together.
At Redeemer Fellowship we build this community primarily through our Fellowship Groups – small groups that meet in area homes three times a month. These groups welcome visitors and provide a great way to get to know people. During these meetings, groups will enjoy time to study the Bible, worship the Lord through song, discuss relevant topics, and enjoy good food and fellowship.
Meetings usually start at 7:00 PM and conclude by 8:30 PM.
Group Leaders, Locations, and Times
Andrew and Kinsey Towle – Tuesday Nights at 7:00 PM
Scott and Becca Rudy – Thursday Nights at 7:00 PM
Nathan and Ashlee Lee – Thursday Nights at 7:00 PM
Children’s Ministry – RedeemerKIDS
RedeemerKIDS is the name for our Sunday morning children’s ministry. We offer classes for children from 1 year old through 4th grade.
In order to ensure the highest level of safety for our children we run background checks on all children’s ministry workers and utilize an electronic check-in/check-out system.
We desire to accommodate children with special needs to the best extent we can. Please let us know if there are specific ways we can serve your child.
While God has blessed Redeemer Fellowship with a great group of middle school and high school students, we do not currently have a youth ministry. As a new church, we want to keep church life as simple as possible for the first year. While there will be times when our students hang out together, we do not have an official youth group or a scheduled monthly event for our students. We are excited about how the Lord might provide for this in the future!
One of the reasons we love Newark so much is because of the University of Delaware! Many in our church family have a long history with campus ministry and desire to enjoy life with college students. While, as a new church, we don’t have an official student ministry, we couldn’t be more excited to find ways to serve students at UD, to invest into their spiritual lives through intentional discipleship, and to make them a significant part of our church family. We pray that many students find refreshment and strength when they walk through our doors and encounter who we are as a church.