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Are you interested in getting more involved with Redeemer Lincoln Square? We need dedicated individuals to serve with our various teams and ministries.

Note: Many of our service opportunities are on pause, but we are currently looking for Ushers to help assist congregants when we begin to welcome people back to Ethical Culture for worship. Interested? Sign up below.

Join the Usher team

Hope for New York

Hope for New York is Redeemer’s partner for mercy and justice outreach to the city. HFNY provides volunteer and financial resources to more than 50 non-profit organizations serving poor or marginalized populations in New York City.

Thank you for your continued generosity to the ministry of our church! As we seek to reach and equip New Yorkers to glorify God, enjoy him forever and see his kingdom come to our neighbor and the city, we're immensely grateful for your prayers and your financial partnership.

You can make or update a gift by clicking on the buttons below. We also have included generosity updates and additional resources here as well — simply continue reading this page.

One-time Gift Recurring Gift Disaster Relief Fund

Short-Term Missions

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The Short-Term Missions ministry coordinates trips to work alongside international church plants and missionaries to assist and serve them in whatever capacity is needed. These trips involve activities such as micro-finance and teaching initiatives, Faith and Work conferences, medical work, disaster relief, construction and more. However, it needs to be emphasized that Missions does not operate as a Humanitarian organization and not all trips contain a mercy ministry component. Rather, we seek to encourage and support the work of the international church and engage the local culture and strive to learn from it.

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” — 1 Peter 4:10