To Worship the Redeemer: With excellence and passion, we are striving to worship God in spirit and in truth. We are created as worshippers!
To Build His Church: Through authentic relationship in the context of life on life discipleship and real community, we desire to build each other up in Christ. "Build each other up in love!"
To Reach Murfreesboro and Rutherford County: By loving and respectfully serving our city, friends, and neighbors, we desire to reach out with the grace and peace of Christ to make Rutherford County a better place to live.
Redeemer Church Murfreesboro PCA is a church plant of the Nashville Presbytery PCA that began meeting in the home of Rev. Paul Boyd in 2013 for Bible study and fellowship with 11 people. The group moved to the YMCA in Murfreesboro and then began coorporate worship in 2014. In February 2017 Redeemer became a 'particular' church, which means we now are self supporting and self governing and no longer a mission church of the Nashville Presbytery PCA.
We are still worshipping together in midst of COVID-19! We are meeting every other Sunday morning at 10am for worship at Barfield Crescent ParkRedeemer has grown from a group of 11 gathered with a big heart and vision to a church community of over 180 real people from many different backgrounds with the hopes to plant another church soon! Our story continues and we hope to make this about Jesus' redemptive story more and more as we mature and grow into greater trust in Him! Come join us...
Pastor Paul Boyd and his wife Rachel have 3 boys: Drew, Josh, and Jake. Paul grew up in the Atlanta area where he graduated from the University of West Georgia. He eventually graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary and then served college students with RUF for 11 years in Jacksonville, FL and MTSU. Paul likes good coffee, fancy Nashville food, and college football "War Eagle"!!
If you have questions about the administration of Redeeemer contact Admin@RedeemerMurfreesboro.org
Chris was born in Indiana and grew up as an Air Force kid, calling Southern California, Northern California, Upstate New York & the Chicago area places to call home. He moved to the Nashville area in the summer of 89 and has called Middle Tennessee home since then. His grandmother recognized musical talent in him early at a young age and encouraged the pursuit of that in him, starting with his first drum set at age 11. He is the father of two teenage boys and loves to have conversations about the Bible, theology, history, philosophy and a host of other subjects.