Job Posting: Office Manager


Redemption Church is looking for an new Office Manager, as Sarah Chen will be moving on to other adventures at the end of this year. If you're interested, please review the brief summary of the position below and then email your resume and cover letter to The Redemption Church Board by December 6, 2017 at

The Office Manager is responsible for the administrative duties and communications of the church. This person helps act as the glue of the church, having a dual role that includes behind-the-scenes work as well as a public presence. It's crucial that this person can see the big picture (and contribute to it) but more importantly that he/she is highly detail-oriented, self-motivated and demonstrates problem-solving abilities. 

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Office administration (phones, emails, mail, visitors, office equipment) 
  • Building management and maintenance (plan, book and facilitate events at the church, manage access/entry, inventory)
  • Sunday morning producer (volunteer scheduling, training, bulletins, order of service, service slides)
  • Communications (website updates, managing social media sites, designing advertisement, blog)
  • Leadership and vision (attend and participate in staff meetings, implement ideas, give/receive feedback)

For more details, see the complete job description here: Job Posting: Office Manager 


Ember: November 18


Join us for a time of musical worship, prayer, and prophetic words at Redemption Church on Saturday, November 18 from 7-9pm. There will be a full band and microphone set-up for prayer and prophetic words (we will be screening the words). Our desire is to create a space for people to encounter God's presence and rest in His Spirit. Although we have a structure, we are believing that the Holy Spirit will lead us. 

Check out the Ember Facebook page for more details.


Food for the Hungry: Ending Poverty Together Bootcamp


Hi friends! 

Throughout the gospels, Christ turns people's perspectives upside down when it comes to the established social pecking order of his day: He consistently ate with people he shouldn't have eaten with, touched people who were considered "untouchable" and responded to people's immediate, physical needs. His heart for the poor and the marginalized is evident throughout scripture. We are called to join him in seeing people on the margins, treating them with dignity and caring for the physical, as much as spiritual, needs of those around us. 

That said, best way to care isn't always straightforward. How to respond to things like the fentanyl crisis, refugee flows from very diverse places, natural disasters or plain, old, grinding, chronic poverty?  We want to wrestle through these challenges together to come to an understanding of how to help in a healthy way. To get a taste of what the day will be about, click here for a promo video and registration page

There is hope and there are ways to participate in Christ's work. Come and explore some of this topic in a thoughtful, open space. We'd love to see you there. 


  • Saturday, Dec 2nd from 8:30-3:30 (lunch provided) at the church.
  • Cost is $25 with lunch included but we can provide subsidies to ensure everyone who wants to participate is able to. 

You can invite your friends through our Facebook event at this link here!

If you have any questions, email the office at


UCM: Greece Service Trip

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University Christian Ministries, an AMS club at the University of British Columbia, has directed many of their outreach efforts in the past two years at privately sponsoring refugee families to live in Vancouver. Since fall 2015, they have partnered with UBC Refugee Relief to raise over $30,000 in total for both a family of 8 (who have successfully relocated here) and 4 young Syrians whose sponsorship process is underway. Now, they are sending a team of 13 students to Lesvos over Christmas to respond to an urgent need for volunteers.

Learn more and help support us at our YouCaring page!

The Pit Stop


You’re warmly welcome to come by Redemption Church (3512 West 7th Ave - the little blue church across the street from Bayview Elementary on Collingwood & 7th) on Tuesday, October 31 for our second annual Halloween Pit Stop. From 5:30-8:00 pm, come warm yourself by the fire, make a s'more, watch a short movie, grab a snack or hot drink, and enjoy a hot dog or burger off the grill. You're welcome to drop by or stay for while to warm up or take a break from Trick-or-Treating. All are welcome! 

PLEASE NOTE: We would LOVE for all of you to discern your response to and engagement with Halloween according to your convictions and what the Spirit is saying to you and your family. We also love the idea of each person and family being connected in their neighbourhoods. So we bless and encourage you to respond accordingly in your home and neighbourhood. We do want to take the opportunity to be a warm and welcoming presence in Kitsilano, so if you'd like to partner with us in this, we would very much invite your participation. Please contact if you'd like to join us in hosting our neighbours!