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At Redemption Spokane, we gather together on Sundays for corporate worship, but scatter throughout the week in Community Groups.  This is where we learn together, how to love God and love one another. Groups are not only the primary entry point into community at Redemption, they also represent the church on a personal level. Joining a community group is the best way to truly become part of Redemption Spokane. Currently, we have CGs spread throughout the Inland Northwest (e.g., South Hill, Northside, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, and even Post Falls, ID).

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Baptism is a symbol of a restored relationship with God through faith in Jesus. When you are baptized, you are declaring to God’s people that you identify with the death and resurrection of Jesus, and you are demonstrating your desire to live an entirely new kind of life in Christ.

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Becoming a member at Redemption Spokane is your way of saying, “I’m all in. You can count on me.” We expect all of our members to love, serve, and sacrifice for one another as an outpouring of our devotion to the Lord Jesus, as the Scriptures clearly command.  We hold membership classes once a quarter (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer) and information on the next membership class can be found on our EVENTS page.



Whether it’s offering a warm welcome to a visitor as a part of the CONNECT, Greeter/Usher, Hospitality, Worship teams, caring for children in our KiDS Ministry, or serving on our Security Team, there is a place to put your time and talents to use at Redemption. We are one body with many parts, and we want to see each part playing its role (Romans 12:6-8)



Caring for one another is one of the more important and tangible aspects of our faith in Christ and in our membership within the local church.  We receive this exhortation from the Apostle Paul, "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God" (2 Corinthians 1:3-5).

If you are in need of specific care, please follow this link to learn more about our levels of care.