• Dr. Mike Routt


Hello, church family and friends! Well, it's been one month since we last gathered together for worship. I definitely miss "doing life together" with you all at our church building at 124 Delaware Drive. I so look forward to the day when we can re-gather! Until then, our church staff/leadership team maintains our commitment to keeping us connected and keeping the ministry of Redemption Hill going, even if we cannot gather in the building.

Please join us tomorrow morning at 10:15 a.m. for our morning worship service. Ian Mavity and the worship band will led us in worship. I will bring a message from GOD's Word titled "The Hope of the Cross." Please invite relatives and friends to tune in. I know some of you have already invited people to tune in. We have received reports of non-church members tuning in and being blessed - both in the Colorado Springs area and various parts of the U. S.! All glory to GOD!

Please join me tomorrow morning for a church zoom conference call at 11:30 a.m. If you do not have the link to join the call, then email Lori Cantwell at lcantwell@rhccs.org. , and she will send it to you. In our call, I will update our church family on where we are at. Our staff/leadership team will share with you opportunities to participate in on-line ministries of our church and various other ministries as we seek to enhance disciple-making in a different way during this corona virus crisis. We will spend some time in prayer. Be sure to join us.

Please join me in our weekly prayer meeting this Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. Again, if you desire to be a part of this meeting, you can contact Lori Cantwell at lcantwell@rhccs.org. to get the link. We enjoyed a wonderful time gathering on line this past Wednesday night, sharing requests, and praying over a variety of subjects.

On Friday, April 10, at 6:00 p.m., we will offer a Good Friday live stream service. Ian Mavity and Evan Clay will provide music. You will hear a brief challenge from GOD's Word. Then our Executive Pastor, Ross Jagers, and I will lead our church family in observing the LORD’s Supper right there in the safety of your own home.You can use any type of bread and grape juice (if you have any).If you don’t, you might want to get a little creative.The most important aspect of the observance of the LORD’s Supper is not the perfect elements, but it is remembering the significance of JESUS’ death on the cross in our place for our sins.

Redemption Hill Church family, I am grateful to report that no one in our church family currently has the corona virus. But let us pray for those persons who do, and let's pray for those families who have lost loved ones due to this pandemic. Let's pray also for all who have been adversely affected by this crisis! Colossians 4:2 challenges us to "Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving."

I love you, church family! I pray you stay safe and remain healthy!

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