Redeemer serves as an intentional multi-ethnic church for the suburbs outside Cincinnati. 


As former missionaries, Pastor Marc Champagne and his wife, Jill, had a vision for a different kind of church that could cater specifically to the diversity that flourished in the communities in and around Mason: One that would reflect the breadth of God's kingdom and bring neighbors together for the sake of the Gospel!


With a core team of intrepid Christ-followers, they brought that passion to life in 2012 when Redeemer was launched with the following vision and mission statements, which guide all we do:


To become a multi-ethnic church of influence pursuing individual, family, city, and world renewal for the sake of the Gospel.



To equip people of all nations to love and serve Christ, community, and one another. (Find out how we pursue this as we Grow and Serve.)

Why “multi-ethnic”? Redeemer hopes to be a reflection of the community where God has placed us (Acts 17), which is ethnically diverse. This happens, as well, to be a snapshot of the worship community in heaven, where people from every nation, tribe and tongue come together to glorify God and enjoy Him forever (Revelation 7:9).  We believe this is a visual demonstration that the Gospel truly breaks down all barriers. Since the church is not defined by a corporate worship service only, we also seek to have an intentional presence in the community as it is beyond the bounds of Sunday morning.  


Why a “church of influence”? Redeemer wants to be “salt and light” to the people of Mason and the surrounding area. Influence is not meant to express power, but rather the product of humble service which is a genuine benefit to those who receive it. We want to be the kind of people who make a real difference for the community’s good and God’s glory, envisioning renewal in all spheres of life, from the individual to the family and the culture and society in which we live.

Discover more about who we are as a church.

Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), you can read more about our doctrine and how the Gospel guides all we do as a church in Our Statement of Beliefs, but here is a quick look at our core values:

Christ centered worship informs all we do.

Gospel growth in relationships. 
Celebration of the rich ethnic representation of our community.
Service to and love for our neighbors throughout Mason, Deerfield, Loveland, West Chester, Cincinnati and beyond.

Trust in God to lead our lives in surrender, dependence, and prayer through His Spirit.

You can also read more about how Redeemer first began and some of the ways we have seen the Gospel break down barriers in this feature article that byFaith magazine published about Redeemer:

Curious to find out even more?! 

Here are some more details that we hope will guide you as you learn more about Redeemer:

We hope that helps point you in the right direction, but please know that you can always contact us with any questions you might have.