If we were to compare the growth of Redeemer to a natural phenomenon we would likely not choose the speed of light. We're probably more like an oak tree. However, by God's grace He has preserved us and caused us to grow numerically and spiritually, even through heartache and struggle.
1975 - A small group of believers started meeting in homes in hopes of establishing a reformed church in Regina.
1982 - Grace Presbyterian Church was born. It became a mission church under the oversight of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
1997 - In a surprising providence of God this small group was able to purchase our Hill Ave. building.
2003 - Through a series of difficult events Grace was deemed by the PCA to be unsustainable and as a result it became independent. A small group of people, led by Pastor Doug Codling, a PCA minister, decided to continue on.
2009 - The congregation decided to join the URCNA and we changed our name to Redeemer Reformation Church.
2009 - Pastor Sungyong Kim arrives from Korea. He was sent by a Presbyterian church in Korea to establish a ministry in Regina focused on Asian students. Redeemer has partnered with him in that work.
2010 - The congregation called Pastor Brian Cochran to shepherd our church.
2015 - As a material sign of God's sustaining grace to this little church we paid off the mortgage on our building.
2021 - We continue to grow by God's grace in number and in maturity in Christ. With a pastor, two elders, two deacons, and more leaders being trained we are close to becoming an established church that is self-sustaining, self-governing, and eager to plant more Reformed churches in Saskatchewan.
To God alone be the glory!