New Youth Pastor

The Redlands Church leadership team is pleased to share the news that Lindsey Haffner has accepted their (and the SECC's) invitation to become the next Youth Pastor for our congregation. Lindsey is immensely talented, creative, loving, curious, passionate about Jesus, and humble to boot! She is eager to join our pastoral team, who are thrilled to welcome her to this remarkable community of faith.

Lindsey claims Walla Walla as "home," but she also spent formative years in Ohio before returning to the Northwest for college. Her years at Walla Walla University flanked a joyful season abroad studying in France. She holds a bachelor's degree with Majors in Religion, French, and English from Walla Walla University. While there, she also served as the ASWWU Spiritual Vice President and spent summers as Programming Director at Camp MiVoden in Northern Idaho. For the 2019-2020 school year, she has served as the Assistant Chaplain at Southern Adventist University.

Lindsey's family includes parents Karl and Cherie' Haffner of Loma Linda, California and sister Claire Haffner who is currently studying at Walla Walla University.

Please join us in welcoming her!!

Who We Are...

We are committed to exploring a Christ centered world view with High School students through learning, experiences and relationships. 

What do we Do?

We focus on four key areas

1. Service to the Community.

2. Empowerment and Involvement in Church Life.

3. Social Events for Developing Christ Centered Relationships.

4. Spiritual Growth.

Below are just some of the programs and events we run. 

  • Saturdays at 9:45

    Each week we meet for great music led out by our High School Students, and then we participate in an in-depth group Bible study. 9:45-10:45. 

  • Friday Night Vespers

    Most Friday nights we will meet together for food, worship, games and Bible study, either at the church or in the homes of our members. 

  • Service Projects

    We love helping, and we will regularly find ways to serve the community. This is us at our local community garden run by Helping Hands Pantry.

  • Church Life

    Serving and being involved in our local church life is something that is very important to us. Each weekend you will find our HS students volunteering and being involved in many ways around the church. This is our crew that hosted VBS. 

  • Camps

    We love our camps, we have hiked, surfed, water and snow skied and been on huge retreats with other church groups. 

  • Socials

    It is just good to hang out, so we have monthly gym nights along with a regular schedule of other social events. 

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