A prayerful letter

In light of the racial violence and tension that surfaced in the summer of 2020, Pastor Abe Cho reflects on what the Bible says about racial injustice as well as propose a way forward for us as a church.

Pastor Abe's letter


Intro to Neighborhood Advocacy

We regularly offer classes to educate and equip congregants to cultivate cross-cultural gospel community. This fall, we offer Neighborhood Advocacy Cohort (NAC), a twelve-week committed community that explores topics of race, class, justice, and power and how God's kingdom transforms and renews the places we live.



Neighborhood Prayer Walks

The prayer team hosts prayer walks around our new Redeemer East Side Ministry Center, and we would love to see you there! Join us as we pray for the ministry center and the peace and prosperity of our neighborhood institutions, businesses, and community. We will walk and pray in small groups for approximately 45 mins, rain or shine.

Pray with us


Pass the peace of Christ to neighbors

We are reconciled to one another through the peace of Christ. Having received Christ’s peace, we share it by being the hands and feet of Christ in our neighborhoods. As a community, we’ve chosen a handful of Hope for New York affiliates to serve intentionally. Find an opportunity that matches your calling and availability by clicking the button below.

Serve with us


Recordings of Past Events

What Racial Reconciliation Requires is a two-part workshop from 2017 with Pastor Rich Villodas from New Life Fellowship. Grace, Justice, & Mercy is a conversation from 2016 between Bryan Stevenson and Tim Keller followed by a Q&A moderated by Pamela Brown-Peterside.

Watch videos


Have an idea for something else?

We’d love to hear how you’d like to build cross-cultural gospel community. Maybe you’d like to read and discuss a book with your Community Group and would like a recommendation. Maybe you have an area of expertise or passion, but you’re not sure how to apply it. Contact Rev. Hector Sanchez, our Director of Justice and Cross-Cultural Community, to start the conversation.

Contact Pastor Hector