SUNDAYS

SUNDAY GATHERINGS FOR WORSHIP

4PM AT THE BRISTOL HOPE BUILDING

(PARK AT 320 POND STREET, BRISTOL, PA 19007)

 

Sundays with Redemption Church involve a lot of small children. During the music portion of worship services, kids stay with their parents or head to the back of the room with a parent to dance and wave flags. After music is over, all pre-K kids are dismissed for "Redemption Kids" downstairs in the play room. Their time downstairs includes songs, Bible lessons, crafts, and playtime with trusted adults from our community. 

If you're a parent looking for ways to help your child grow spiritually, check out some of the resources below.

 
CHURCH IS SO MUCH MORE THAN SUNDAYS...

Redemption Church was planted with the idea of holistically reviving a depressed Bristol Borough, and over the past decade God has been gracious to let us see that transformation happen. We have played our part by getting involved in the business association, helping open a coffee shop, working local jobs and creating local jobs, starting a program for the homeless, and opening a prayer chapel. We're also constantly hosting philosophy nights, storytelling events, Bible studies, and educational classes in public spaces throughout town. Plus, of course, eating out, hanging out, and talking about Jesus all the time.  

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SOME CURRENT ENDEAVORS

THE MILL CHAPEL

The Mill Chapel serves the community of Bristol Borough by providing a contemplative space for education and spiritual development.

Donuts & Devotions

Unapologetically Christian in a non-church space. Study the word with  Pastoral Resident, Scotty Meiser on Tuesdays at 11am at Angelina's Bake Shop. 

THE WAY HOME

The Way Home is a housing program for homeless men in Lower Bucks County.  TWH is currently looking for more landlords who would be willing to partner. 

 

“Why Bristol? The why has changed over the years. At first it was because we couldn’t believe nothing was happening here. Bristol had the perfect infrastructure for a community to burst into life, but storefronts were closed and sidewalks were empty. The spirit of defeat reigned. But now? Now we live within 8 blocks of work, school, the train station, the coffee shop, the library, the boat docks, the theatre and restaurants, all our friends’ homes, and a 3 mile bike path around the town. It’s an amazing place to do life and community and be a part of what God’s doing in the world.”

 

– Susan Alloway,  founding member

WHY BRISTOL? 

CONTACT

447 Mill Street, Bristol, PA 19007

gary@redemptionbristol.org

 

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