Visit Redeemer 30A
We are so excited for your visit to Redeemer 30A! We want to provide you with all the information necessary so that you feel prepared and welcomed. If you have any questions ahead of time, please feel free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) we've included below.
We look forward to you and your family coming and celebrating the life of Jesus with us.
Boys and Girls Club of South Walton 427 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
What can we expect?
Redeemer meets as a church family on Sunday mornings to glorify God and make much of Jesus Christ! We want everything we do to reflect the Good News (Gospel) of Jesus. We do that in a number of different ways each Sunday: praise, prayer, biblical teaching, and communion (Eucharist).
What should we wear?
Dress trends toward casual to business casual, though you are encouraged to wear what you are most comfortable in.
Are children allowed in service?
Redeemer 30a places a high value on Families, and we encourage parents to take seriously the spiritual well being of their children. We also acknowledge parents as the primary spiritual influence in their children’s lives, and have seen so much benefit from kids watching their parents in Worship, listening to the Message, and partaking in Communion.
Is childcare PROVIDED?
While we welcome children to be a part of the service, we understand that some are not at the place where they can do so yet. Our Redeemer Kids Ministry is for ages 1-10.
Children ages 1-2 may be dropped off in the nursery before service begins. Children ages 3-10 are encouraged to participate in the main worship gathering when it begins. They will be dismissed by the pastor before the sermon begins and be led by their teachers to their classrooms where they will engage in an age-appropriate lesson.
Where should we park?
The Boys and Girls Club has a spacious parking lot out front of the building’s main entrance as well as parking on the west side of the building.