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Annual Report 2023


Redeemer Family, 

I want to thank you all for the amazing amount of love, support, faith, and generosity you have shown in 2023! This was every bit of what we said would be “A new chapter” in our story.

Together, we turned our attention to our “3 new priorities” for the year;
A new focus, a new commitment, and a new name.

Our new focus was on our process of discipleship. We had a full year of discipleship cycle offerings and came up with a brand new process on how we intentionally plan to ensure that our church family in every stage of life are growing in their relationship with Jesus.

Our new commitment was that we would formally release the Alliance Restoration Center to become its own non-profit organization that we run and sponsor which became officially legal this past November.

We began a brand new season under a new name which to our surprise on the same day we became Redeemer we also launched in a brand new home at Pond Road Middle School. What a year! A year like 2023 takes a tremendous amount of faith in God and trust in our leadership. None of what we have been able to see in focusing on these 3 priorities would have been possible without the entire church family believing in what God is doing here and in one another.

For that, I thank you!

Our journey for the past 4 years has been to first focus on becoming healthy, creating depth to our ministries, and then taking a leap of faith into a year full of changes. I believe that in taking these leaps of faith this year we were able to see the fruits of focusing on health and depth by the results we have seen through all these changes. After taking some major steps out by faith, we remain healthy, strong, and focused on how God is leading us forward. We have also worked hard to have the leadership in place that we have today in our church as a whole. I am so thankful for each of our ministry leaders who serve tirelessly to ensure that we are here for our church members and their families.

I am happy to report to you that our church continues to show the important marks of a healthy church both practically and spiritually. Your Pastor, staff, and governing board remain deeply committed to the vision God has given us as a church. We are committed to continuing to grow healthy and pursuing depth in the way we lead and shepherd.

This year our vision word is “Grounded.” We focus on remaining grounded in our faith. Grounded in the hard work we have done to make our church truly be a place where people can not only grow in their knowledge of the scriptures, but also develop an authentic relationship with Jesus and experience the power of the Holy Spirit in life-changing ways. I can’t wait to see what God continues to do among us as we remain obedient to His leading.

Here’s to another fruitful year of ministry together,

Rev. Kevin Namur

To see God restore lives one person at a time

Pursue God Passionately
Care for One Another Deeply
Serve the Community Relentlessly

The Executive Board
Rev. Kevin Namur- Chair*
Eric Martin- Vice Chair*
Andrew Black- Treasurer*
Barbara Gould- Secretary
Kristina Flagg
Adam Polhemus*
Rick Nuel*
Fransisco Esteron*


  • Moved into Pond Road Middle School
  • Changed our name to Redeemer Alliance Church
  • 220,00lbs of food distributed to the Trenton/Mercer County area
  • Celebrated 13 years of ministry
  • 11 NEW baptisms – Total of 313
  • First Global Missions trip in 5 years
  • Launching the Center City Network
  • Launch of a combined Youth Ministry with Edinburg Road Chapel
  • Launch of the Alliance Restoration Center as it’s own non-profit
  • Hiring Ethan Meiers as our new Youth Director
  • Hiring Matthew Coder as our new Worship Director
  • Alliance Restoration Center serving 175+ families regularly
Giving – 2022 vs 2023


Expenses – 2022 vs 2023
Men’s/Women’s, Small Groups, Kids, Youth
Weekend Services, Easter, Christmas Eve
Missions Trips, District Support, Care
Monthly Food Shipments, Pantry Restocking
Insurance, Accounting, Vehicles, Fees
Ballroom/PRMS, Church Office
217church to Redeemer Alliance Church
Expenses Total$364,347$393,120


Totals – 2022 vs 2023

Giving Total$352,423$359,468
Expenses Total$364,347$393,120
Net Revenue-$11,924-$33,652
Other Revenue-$3,448$8,395
Total Net Revenue-$15,372-$25,257

Fund Balances – 2022 vs 2023

Operating Checking$151,989$126,382
Money Market**$150,426$138,832
Total Assets$396,163$371,539

Liabilities & Equity – 2022 vs 2023

Liabilities & Equity20222023
Building Restricted Equity$208,468$216,137
Church Plant Restricted Equity$225$225
Missions Restricted Equity$13,602$14,205
Unrestricted Equity$147,232$121,975
Total Liabilities & Equity$396,163$371,539

In 2024, we are going to focus on making sure we are grounded in the right places and continuing to become a solid foundation of a church where families can grow in their relationship with Jesus. 

Our focus’ for this year are:

  1. Discipleship
    We will continue to communicate our discipleship process with leadership and help all of our ministry leaders and volunteers see how important they are at each stage in the process.
  2. Developing a Spirit-led culture
    We will focus on making sure our gatherings are not just the same structure each week with the same elements, but also a time for ministry to take place, for people to receive prayer, and the Holy Spirit to move in powerful ways.
  3. Alliance Restoration Center
    Continuing to work alongside Center City Network to ensure that the Alliance Restoration Center successfully grows their food pantry, leads a thriving ESL program, and launches their brand new Soccer Academy in the Spring/Summer.

2024 Budget

Men’s/Women’s, Small Groups, Kids, Youth
Weekend Services, Easter, Christmas Eve
Missions Trips, District Support, Care
Monthly Food Shipments, Pantry Restocking
Insurance, Accounting, Vehicles, Fees
Ballroom/PRMS, Church Office
217church to Redeemer Alliance Church

As I look forward to the rest of 2024 I am full of expectation for us to experience a new confidence in what God has been doing in us. In recent months, I see many of us growing significantly in the area of living life by the Spirit. To me, that is the most exciting thing to look forward to! 

It has always been my heart each year that we are first committed to ensuring that our church family is being cared for well.

We will prioritize strengthening our discipleship process so that our families who call our church “home” can be sure that they and everyone in their families are growing in their relationship with Jesus whenever the church is gathered.  

We will continue to center our gatherings around the sound teaching of the scriptures and open times of prayer and Spirit-led ministry.

We will continue to strengthen our relationships with our ministry partners here in our community and around the globe.

I see this as a year of growing into our new home at Pond Road and feeling more comfortable in this new space. It will be a year of grounding ourselves in all of the things that we have seen God continue to bless us with and in the faith we have in Jesus to lead His church! 

It is truly a joy and honor to serve you all and to lead us into a new year of fruitful ministry. I am blessed to walk into it with you all! 

Here’s to a fruitful 2024! 

Rev. Kevin Namur