COVID-19 REDEEMER GATHERINGS
Beginning Sunday, August 16th, we will be meeting in person at Couch Park (800 E 12th Ave) at 10:30am. This allows us to meet together while still maintaining physical distancing and provides the safest method of meeting currently available to us. This is both to protect us and to do what we can to prevent further spread of COVID-19 in our community. We will be spreading out and asking that everyone present wear a mask. There are no restrictions as to who can attend! We are excited to begin meeting in this way! Should weather prevent us from meeting in person, we will revert to online streaming options. We will do everything we can to provide advance notice of any changes.
You can access a parking map for Couch Park by clicking here.
You can see a list of guidelines for in-person, outdoor meetings here.
We know that some of you have chosen to give to Redeemer on Sunday mornings during the offering time. While we cannot offer this at this time, we wanted to encourage you to give another way during this time. You can make checks out to "Redeemer Stillwater" and mail to 324 S. Husband St. #106, Stillwater, OK 74074. Or you can set up online giving on our website.
We are also taking up money for a benevolence fund to help provide financial help to those in our city who will have various needs arise during this time. If you would like to give to that, just go to our giving page and select "Benevolence" as your designation. All that money will go to those in need in our church and/or city!
Beginning the week of August 16th, we will resume in-person Gospel Communities. Similar to our Sunday services, we will ask that these remain outdoors for the time being in order to create the safest possible environment for meeting with each other. These smaller gatherings allow us to share what God has been teaching each of us and gives us an opportunity to pray for one another. Each person is encouraged to come prepared to share what they have been learning or areas they have been challenged during the previous week. This is a way we can encourage one another and grow together in deep community.
Our DNA Groups will be officially taking a break until after Labor Day. However, that does not mean that you cannot continue to meet together during that break. In fact, it is encouraged that you continue to meet with each other, as being a part of the body of Christ is not event-based, but relationship-based.