What to Expect

Each Sunday we gather as a church family to sing together, pray, study God’s word, and take communion. We look forward to these times to hear from God and be encouraged by one another.

We would love to have you join us!

Our service begins at 10:30am and typically lasts around ninety minutes. Join us a few minutes before we begin for coffee and donuts!

Our Welcome Table in the lobby is the place to go for more information about the church or if you have any questions.

Here are some of the songs we typically sing, and sermons that have been preached.



Children’s Ministry

If you have children, we are excited to welcome them to our Children’s Ministry (CM)! In our CM, we teach the story of redemption in a safe, creative, and fun environment. In addition to age appropriate curriculum, children will sing songs, watch skits, do crafts, and (for the younger ones) play with toys.

For children ages one through the 2nd grade, we offer classes for the whole service.

For children in 3rd-5th grade, they begin in our main service and are released for their class during our time of greeting.

We also offer a private nursing moms area, as well as a room for children under one (accompanied by a parent).

If this is your first time at Redeemer, it is helpful to arrive 5-10 minutes early so we can get you checked in. Upon arriving to the church, you can make your way downstairs from the lobby and our CM helpers will be there to help you sign in.

All CM helpers must be members and complete a thorough application and background check process in order to be approved for serving.

If you have any questions, please email us!



Welcome Lunch

Every first Sunday of the month, pastors and members of Redeemer gather for lunch at a nearby home. Anyone who is relatively new to Redeemer is welcome to join. This is a great time to learn more about our church and meet other people who are new.




Redeemer Church of Arlington Northern Virginia DC

716 South Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22204

Parking: Once you arrive, look for the the reserved guest spots in the church parking lot. If that lot is full, there is plenty of parking in the surrounding neighborhoods.