February 9, 2020 was the final worship gathering of Redeemed Community Church. Our goal from the beginning to the end has been to glorify God supremely in all we do, to proclaim the knowledge of Jesus Christ, and to be in fellowship with one another in the Holy Spirit. With a particular heart for the Triton community, we set out to plant a church that would serve this community and the surrounding area with a faithful gospel witness. We have enjoyed seeing the gospel bear fruit in the lives of many individuals and families who have been a part of our congregation, as well as the people our church has had the privilege of serving. 

On February 2, we decided unanimously as a congregation that the most faithful way to move forward and continue the work of ministry in this area is to merge with Hope's Point in Shelbyville. Hope’s Point is our sending church and has been faithful to support Redeemed prayerfully and financially for the past five years. They are a congregation who has had a faithful gospel witness in Shelby County for nearly 70 years. They have a strong ministry emphasis towards oversees missions, domestic church planting, and local outreach to the least of those in our community. 

We thank God for his faithfulness to our congregation over the past four years and we look forward to what the future holds for us as we join in fellowship with our sister church. Thank you to all who have prayed, given sacrificially, and dedicated years of service to the establishment of Redeemed. Your faithfulness will be remembered on that great day as we all look forward to hearing those most important words, “Well done, good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy of your master.”

Pastor Bryan Sullivan