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One church, one mission, two locations South Fort Collins West Greeley
GOOD FRIDAY
Good Friday takes place April 18. Our evening worship services include a procession of the Good Friday cross and service of darkness. As we reflect on the painful death of Christ, we remember that he took away our sin to give us forgiveness and the gift of eternal life.
EASTER EGG-STRAVAGANZA
Every year on the Saturday before Easter Sunday, children, preteens, friends, neighbors and families are invited to join us for our annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza at the South Fort Collins or Greeley site! Kids get to hear the wonderful news of Jesus’ resurrection and participate in a fun Easter egg hunt.
EASTER WEEKEND
Join us for our Easter Celebration Weekend Worship, April 19 & 20, as we celebrate our Lord's resurrection at our South Fort Collins and Greeley sites.
Five Wishes Seminar
Redeemer’s Endowment Committee invites you to a free seminar called “Five Wishes.” Five Wishes is a living will that talks about your personal, emotional and spiritual needs as well as your medical wishes.
Irish Children's Day Event
Irish Elementary families, students and staff will celebrate Children’s Day, an event that honors diversity, learning and their academic achievements. Redeemer will participate and support this event—which takes place Thursday, May 8 from 6 to 7:30 p.
New Member Seminar
If you are interested in membership at Redeemer, either at the South Fort Collins or Greeley site, then come to the Connecting to Redeemer seminar on Sunday, May 18 from 2:30 to 6:30 p.
Comfort Dog Purple Pouch Event
The K-9 Comfort Dog Purple Pouch campaign begins the weekend of April 26 & 27 at Redeemer. This is a great opportunity to contribute your broken and unwanted gold, silver or platinum jewelry toward the procurement and care of Redeemer’s own Comfort Dog.
Vacation Bible School 2014
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? It's time for Redeemer's Weird Animals Vacation Bible School (VBS), where kids discover that Jesus' love is one-of-a-kind.
The Story - At Redeemer
Join us for The Story. It's an exciting churchwide experience that's already inspiring our weekend messages, Life Group study materials, and children and student curriculum.

Good Friday 2014
Done!
Friday April 18
Friday April 18
Good Friday is an amazing day. We remember how a sinless man was condemned to a criminal's death on a cross. The world will never forget what Jesus did there. When he was dead, it was truly "Done!" Come and explore the true meaning of what was done for us on the cross. Join us for worship at noon and 7:15 p.m. at our South Fort Collins location. At our Greeley site, there will be service at 7:15 p.m.

Easter Celebration 2014
Free!
Saturday April 19
Sunday April 20
The Bible says that a man died and rose again a couple of thousand years ago. We remember this every Easter. But we might still ask, "What does all of this have to do with me? What difference does Easter make in my life?" We'll seek to find meaningful answers to these questions with a special Easter message titled, "Free!" You see, what Jesus did changes everything! Join us for Easter celebrations at our South Fort Collins site at 5 p.m. on Saturday or at 6, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. on Sunday. At Redeemer Greeley, join us for Easter worship at 10 a.m. on Sunday.

The Story
"The greatest story ever told" is not just a cliché. It's a story of a God who goes to heroic lengths to seek out the lost, heal the broken, reinstate the rebellious, and buy back those who have wandered from him. That is what "The Story" is all about. It's the story of the Bible, God's great love affair with humanity, and it's filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance and redemption. And, believe it or not, it's all 100 percent true. Come join us for exciting journey through "The Story."
Chapter 5: New Commands and a New Covenant
Saturday April 26
Sunday April 27
As we work our way through The Story, we arrive with God's people at Mount Sinai. It's here, in the desert, that God renews his covenant with the Israelites and gives them the Ten Commandments. It's a powerful story that still impacts and guides our life today. Come and hear about loving God and loving your neighbor as we read Exodus 19:1-6 & Exodus 20:1-17.
Chapter 6: Wanderings
Saturday May 3
Sunday May 4
As we continue through The Story, we learn that on their way from slavery in Egypt to freedom in the Promised Land, God's people wandered in the desert for forty years. This wandering was caused by their disobedience and grumbling. But there were valuable lessons to be learned along the way as they wandered. God had much to show them. We can learn from these lessons as we wander through life today on our way to the Promised Land. We'll take a close look at Numbers 10:11-13, 33-36 and then go from there. Come join us. Let's learn and wander together!
Chapter 7: The Battle Begins
Saturday May 10
Sunday May 11
"The Battle Begins" does not sound like a very fitting title for a Mother's Day weekend sermon, does it? However, as God's people make ready to enter the Promised Land, Joshua becomes their new leader. What God tells him is entirely fitting for all mothers...as well as fathers, and children for that matter. Hear God's powerful reassuring word to Joshua as we explore Joshua 1:1-10.
Chapter 8: A Few Good Men...and Women
Saturday May 17
Sunday May 18
When God's people settled in the Promised Land they did not have a king. God Almighty was to be their king. However, from time to time, God raised up "Judges." The purpose of these Judges was to lead and govern the people. The Judges in the Bible had names like Sampson, Deborah, Othniel, Ehud and Gideon. They were "A Few Good Men...and Women." Come and learn how God used these Judges for his purposes...and how can use us today as we explore Judges 2:16-19, 4:4-9 and more.
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