Twenty years ago, Redeemer started as a small Bible study in a living room. From there, we moved to the historic Firehouse on Prince Avenue, then the Fire Hall at the Classic Center, and finally– to the old Firestone Tire Building on Pulaski & Broad that we still call home.
We desire to be a church for the city of Athens. Redeemer is meant to be a place in which both Christians and non-Christians can grapple with the implications of the claim that Jesus was raised from the dead. C.S. Lewis writes,
“Christianity is either true and of infinite importance or not true and of absolutely no importance, but one thing Christianity can never be is moderately important.”
We hope that Redeemer might be a community where we can explore this claim.