To share in the life of Christ requires that we know who God is. We are unable to believe in and follow that which we are ignorant of. Redeemer U is our way of providing formal Biblical and theological education that will enable us to know the God we worship and love.
- Redeemer School: Redeemer School will meet every other Thursday evening for 12 weeks in the Fall and 12 weeks in the Spring. These classes will take students through the basic teachings of Christianity, the overall story of the Scriptures, important moments in church history, missional engagement, and a variety of other topics. You can click here for a more thorough outline of the curriculum.
- Sunday Night Panels: In addition to the Redeemer School curriculum, we will offer Sunday nigh panel discussions on a variety of topics as they come up throughout the course of the preaching calendar. These panels will provide a deeper dive into some of the more difficult topics we encounter in the Bible. In addition, these panel discussions will sometimes deal with what is happening in the culture, as we seek to provide a biblical perspective to some of the more difficult questions we face.
- Redeemer School Electives: Not everything will be covered in the Redeemer School curriculum, which is why we will be offering electives throughout the year. Different topics of study will be offered at different times, so that everyone has an opportunity to deepen their understanding of God in order to love and serve Him more fully. Electives might include specific book studies, theological studies, practical ministry studies, etc.
- Redeemer Pastor's Institute (RPI) Cohort: In addition to providing biblical and theological education to our people, we also recognize that there will be those who want to go even deeper, who “aspire to the office of elder”. The RPI Cohort will provide small groups of aspiring elders with a theological education that is somewhere between Bible college and seminary. This 2 year commitment will provide a rigorous curriculum that engages Biblical, systematic, and practical theology with the goal of equipping students to serve at the level of elder in the local church.