We serve because Christ served us and called us to love and action for the poor and oppressed, orphan and widow. At Redeemer, we care about renewal on all levels, which means we care about how the Gospel informs personal, societal and global change. To that end, we seek to help bring about those changes in a variety of ways.
Redeemer's commitment to our community also includes a monthly community prayer network combating the spread of heroin abuse in the area, and we also support the work of our local fire and police departments through the chaplaincy program. During the Christmas Season, we invite the community to come celebrate the reason for the season in our "Christmas for the Nations" event, held annually at the Mason Municipal Building.
Redeemer helped launch and continues to be actively involved in the Mosaix Cincinnati Network, which keeps us abreast of the pressing issues in our broader community, especially as it relates to the multi-ethnic movement and to matters of justice and reconciliation.
Reaching beyond our city boundaries, we partner with New City Fellowship in St. Louis to support their involvement with the widow and those in poverty through participation in their Work Day program. We are also members of the New City Network, which facilitates church planting among the poor.
We also have the joy of coming together in partnership with various ministries, including Back2Back ministries, and the work they are doing in various countries around the world including Mexico, Haiti and India to serve the orphaned and needy.