Redemption Hill

(Updated 06/01/2022)  



Redemption Hill’s Confession of Faith sums up baptism well. It says, “Baptism is a sacrament of the New Testament which is ordained by Jesus Christ. To the participant, baptism is a sign of his fellowship with Christ in his death and resurrection, being grafted into Christ, remission of sins, and submission to God’s lordship to live and walk in newness of life through Jesus Christ.” (31.1)

There is rich symbolism and profound theology in the sacrament of baptism. Redemption Hill’s Confession of Faith goes on to say who should be baptized. We read, “Those who profess repentance towards God, faith in him, and obedience to our Lord Jesus Christ are the only proper subjects of this sacrament.” (31.2)

If you have professed faith in Christ and have not been baptized after profession, I encourage you to pray about being baptized. 

Click here for more information and to attend the next baptism on June 26th! 


High Five!

Once again, Harvest Bible Chapel is inviting the kids of Redemption Hill Church to their High Five camp! High Five is for children entering kindergarten to fifth grade in the fall of 2022. Your children will have fun, learn Scripture, and hear the gospel of Jesus Christ. The dates of High Five are July 11-15. For more details and to sign up, click here


Together for Good Volunteer Training

If you would like to serve in Together for Good, you will need to attend Foundational Volunteer Training. To learn more and sign up, follow this link:

Youth Summer Camp

Redemption Hill is partnering with Harvest Bible Chapel in Grimes to offer a youth summer camp. The dates of summer camp are June 20-24th. The camp is located at Sunstream Retreat Center in Ogden, Iowa. Students will experience worship, gospel-focused messages, and various games/activities (including an outdoor pool and ziplines!) If you are interested in signing up your youth for camp, follow this link


Church in the Park

Bring lunch, lawn chairs, yard games, and your friends! On August 21st we will be taking our Sunday gathering to Centennial Park in Waukee. We will begin at 10am. You can find us at the open-air shelter.

If you have any questions email


Community Groups in 2022

Redemption Hill Community Groups will be focusing on anthropology in 2022. To supplement our study each family will be given a free book. It’s called Men and Women in the Church, by Kevin DeYoung. You can pick up a copy on Sunday morning.


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