A Missional Community is much more than a weekly event. It is a group of people who are learning to follow Jesus together in a way that renews their city. MCs gather together at different times throughout the week to fulfill Jesus' mission of being disciples who make disciples. Together we learn how to worship and submit to Jesus in all of life by learning how to love one another as family, worship Jesus as servants who serve others, and share the good news of Jesus Christ as his sent missionaries.

GOSPEL-CENTRALITY

GOD’S LOVE FOR US

Our communities exist because of the gospel. We all find ourselves individually and communally growing into a deeper understanding and application of the gospel. From this source, we are taking the gospel to the neighborhood, our city and our world through intentional missional engagement. These intentional communities center themselves on the truth of the gospel.

INWARD FOCUS

GROWING IN OUR LOVE FOR JESUS AND ONE ANOTHER

All of Redeemer's Missional Communities are increasingly learning what it means and how to follow Jesus humbly. This means we are learning to study the Scriptures, learning how to pray, and learning how to devote our hearts, minds, and abilities to loving God. They are committed to the process of growing up in the truth of the gospel and obedience to the gospel.

OUTWARD FOCUS

GROWING IN OUR LOVE FOR OTHERS

Every missional community identifies a group of people whom they believe God is sending them to love, serve, and share Jesus with. It could be a neighborhood or network of relationships. Some choose to love and serve local schools, while others will identify people they already are in regular relationship with. We want to see every aspect of our city blessed by God's people: business, arts, education, sports, recreation, and social services.

JOINING A GOSPEL COMMUNITY ON MISSION

Choosing a gospel community usually comes down to a few factors.

1. Relational connection.

Maybe you have already connected to someone in Redeemer City Church and their MC might be a good place to start.

2. Where you live.

We have Missional Communities in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia. 

3. The people a community serves.

Every missional community identifies a group of people whom they believe God is sending them to love, serve, and share Jesus with. It could be a neighborhood or network of relationships. Some choose to love and serve local schools, while others will identify people they already are in regular relationship with. We want to see every aspect of our city blessed by God's people: business, arts, education, sports, recreation, and social services.  

GETTING CONNECTED

To learn more about how to get connected with a Missional community, contact Kenneth Jones, info@redeemerdc.org