Hello, and welcome to Redeemer Lincoln Square! Below you'll find more information about our church and how to further connect with our family. We look forward to getting to know you and walking alongside you as you process aspects of Christianity and grow in your understanding of God and his love for you.
Community Groups (CGs) are places to cultivate both a relationship with God and friendships with others within the Redeemer LSQ family. It is in these small communities that men and women can build personal relationships and practice applying the gospel to their lives. Each group expects to experience Jesus Christ in its midst, enabling participants to be transformed through mutual ministry and to experience life in the family of God.
Catalyst is a four-class series that begins with Catalyst 101 and ends with Catalyst 302. These discipleship classes are taught by members of our Pastoral team and are great opportunities to grow in community at LSQ as well as in your knowledge of the Bible and theology. In Fall 2020, we are holding two of the classes — 101 and 201 — virtually via Zoom.
LSQ Kids and Families
Due to COVID-19, our regular Sunday morning programming for LSQ Kids is not happening. Our LSQ Kids staff is currently planning virtual gatherings for the fall and will be communicating details in the coming weeks. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
We desire that each child:
- Experiences the beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ
- Cares for the needs of their neighbors and city
- Values worship, prayer, and Scripture
- Feels valued as a member of the LSQ community
We desire that each parent:
- Serves as the primary disciple-maker(s) of their children
- Feels supported and encouraged by the LSQ community
- Volunteers with LSQ Kids (we are a startup!) regularly for relational and communal growth
To be a member of a church is to make a public promise to live according to the Word and to support the work of the congregation. In the Bible this is called a covenant. Every believer is part of the church when we think about it as an organism (the Spiritual Body of Christ), but only by a public promise can someone be part of the church as an organization. A public promise, or covenant, is the basis for all society according to the Bible: marriage, employment, citizenship and church membership are all relationships of accountability.