Men’s Groups

The Men of Christ the Redeemer have met together in a variety of ways over the years for fellowship, encouragement and ongoing support in our life in Christ.  We gather together seeking to develop a deeper love for God, truer and more supportive relationships with each other, and a more profound understanding of our call and mission within God’s story.

We encourage friendship, honesty, confidentiality, and complete acceptance. We desire to help each of us put into practice what we talk about on Sunday mornings.

Women’s Groups

During the school year we have two groups meeting regularly:  one in the evening (Tuesday or Wednesday) and one in the morning (Thursday).  Both groups have enjoyed the teachings and studies of Beth Moore, Tim Keller, Sally Breedlove and Kelly Minter just to name a few.  Some of our women participate in a monthly Book Club, and we also gather throughout the year to celebrate births, engagements, marriages and all other great transitional moments in life.

Women’s Bible Studies:

The Wednesday night group meets via Zoom every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Our study will be on the book of Colossians, using the First 5 daily devotional app. The study begins in the app on Monday, Sept. 20. Any CtR women and friends are welcome to join us. If you would like to join, please email Anne Harper at

The Thursday morning group meets every Thursday at 9:15am – 11:15am. This fall we will be reading Dallas Willard’s “Living in Christ’s Presence”. Childcare is provided. Let Janis Campbell know if you are interested in attending

Women of all ages and stages are welcome to both groups.

Annual Retreats

2022 Annual Women’s Retreat
February 4-6, 2022
Chanco on the James Retreat Center

We were unable to gather last year and our theme for this year is “Return to the Well.” Our focus will be on processing our experiences through the Covid-19 pandemic and the joy of being able to gather together again. 

Please contact Sarah Shellock (, Jennifer Brown (, Jill Branch (, or Janie Atwood ( with any questions.