going out in mission!

CTR is a church of the Great Commandment:

Jesus said, in Matthew 22: 37-40: You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength. This is the first and Great Commandment, and the second is like it: you shall love your neighbor as yourself.”


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CTR is a church committed to mission ...

Jesus said in Acts 1:8: "But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samar'ia and to the ends of the earth." 


At Christ the Redeemer, we commit 10% of our pledged income to mission. We partner with a variety of different organizations locally, regionally and globally to serve and bless others with the love of Jesus Christ. If you are interested in learning more either contact the church here or Sandy Tisdale, our Mission leader here.


Want to see CTR in action? Watch the video of CTR's trip to Northern Malawai in 2017

by clicking on the Global Mission picture.


LOCAL MISSION:

Rivertree Academy

Volunteers are a critical component to life at Rivertree Academy! On average, they have approximately 140 weekly volunteers who are investing in their students.  Whether you are interested in one-on-one tutoring, leading a literature group, working with our pre-kindergarteners in the classroom, mentoring, or anything in between, they need you! 


If you are unable to commit to a weekly time to serve, they have other ways to volunteer as well!  Occasional volunteers serve as: chaperones for field trips, helpers at our school carnival, child care providers during Parent Meetings, office assistants, teacher appreciation helpers, etc. If you are specifically looking for occasional times to serve on the weekends, they have monthly campus improvement and clean-up projects, that they call Serve Saturdays, on the second Saturday of each month.  Both individuals and small groups are welcome!


For more information, you can contact Rivertree directly here or you can fill out their interest form.

mission ministry leaders

The following members of CTR are our contacts for the various organizations we support through time, treasure and prayers. They are each passionate about the missions they represent and have developed relationships with each with the

love of Jesus Christ.

  • Sandy Tisdale, Love for the Least

    Love for the Least is a MOVEMENT born from the fifteen-year missionary work of its first field workers, dozens of church partners in America from a broad range of traditions and thousands of Believers who pray daily and invest in God’s Kingdom. The mission of L4L is to share the compassion of Christ with an unreached world. 

  • Ann Allen, ODWIN and New Wineskins

    New Wineskins Missionary Network helps Anglicans to be more knowledgeable, active and effective in fulfilling our Lord's Great Commission. Every three years it sponsors a Global Mission conference. In 2019, many of our members, attended the last conference last year. Ann is our liaison with this organization.


  • Alice DeMent, Rivertree Academy

    Rivertree Academy is a private Christian school in Fort Worth, Texas providing community-funded education for under-resourced students in the Lake Como neighborhood. We partnered with them in 2019 as volunteers for their mentoring program and in the classrooms. Two of our members work there, Jessica Tetirick and Margie Culpepper.

  • Carol Haney, Rivertree Academy

    Rivertree Academy is a private Christian school in Fort Worth, Texas providing community-funded education for under-resourced students in the Lake Como neighborhood. Carol organized Christmas food boxes for the families of Rivertree in 2019 and was a blessing for those who received and those who gave!

  • Becky Powell, Iglesia san Miguel &

    Camp Crucis

    Becky is involved in a number of different organizations we support. One is San Miguel, and the other is Camp Crucis. Camp Crucis serves the churches in our diocese with retreats, meeting spaces and offers numerous summer camps for kids, It is located in Granbury and CTR holds their women's retreat there every year.

  • Susan Ross, Camp Crucis

    Susan Ross, with Becky Powell, is our liaison with Camp Crucis. She coordinates the needs of the camp with our church, as well as communicates the various camps offered throughout the summer.

  • Melissa Smith, SaMS

    Melissa is also our liaison with SAMS, Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders. SAMS partners with Anglican churches across the globe to grow the kingdom of God. Currently, we are supporting SAMS' missionaries, Guy and Summer Benton in New Zealand.

  • Chiquita Costen, SOMA

    Sharing of Ministries Abroad, SOMA, is an international mission agency that serves the Anglican Communion and the worldwide church through short term, cross- cultural missions both locally and abroad, ministering to the clergy and the lay leaders alike. Chiquita is our liaison with this organizations and coordinates not only how we can help them financially but through mission trips as well.

  • Bill Meyer & Marty Norman,

    Centurion Partner, Fr. Juta

    CTR has deep roots with the Diocese of Northern Malawi. In the summer of 2017, over 20 of our parishioners went on a mission trip there led by Fr. Chris. We support one their priests, Fr. Juta through the  Centurion program both financially and with prayers. Marty and Bill are our liaisons with Fr. Juta.

  • Fr. Mark, Nashotah House, GAFCON,

    La Gran Familia &

    Church plant: Church of the incarnation,

    Fr. Mark is our liaison with Nashotah House, a theological seminary founded in 1842. and the seminarians we support. The Gafcon movement is a global family of authentic Anglicans standing together to retain and restore the Bible to the heart of the Anglican Communion. La Gran Familia is an orphanage in Northern Mexico. It was founded by an Anglican priest over 20 years ago. The goal of the organization is to rescue children from the streets and to provide them with improved living conditions,  a vision of opportunity and hope for a future. He is also our contact with the new church plant in Bryan/College Station