About Us

Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission at Church of Redemption is to guide people to to a life of faith in Jesus Christ then on to lives that are fully devoted to Him. We accomplish this in three ways:

CONNECT…people to their creator We belive that people are made to be in personal relationship with the God who created them, through the person of Jesus Christ.

CAUSE…that people would find a purpose worth living and dying for. We believe people are made to participate with God in changing the world and impacting eternity.

COMMUNITY…provides people with genuine relationships that result in life change. We believe people are made with the need for authentic friendships with other people.

Who We Are

Church of Redemption is a Bible believing, Bible teaching Church. We stand uncompromisingly for the inspired word of God and seek to apply the unchanging principles of God’s Word to the pressing problems of life today, exalting its central figure, the Lord Jesus Christ. We seek to spread the love of God by helping meet the needs of the people in the surrounding community.

We Believe

· The Bible is inspired by God and without error; we base our beliefs on no other book.
· There is one God, who has always existed in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
· Our Lord Jesus Christ is and was truly God: He was born into the world by a virgin; He lived a sinless life; Performed genuine miracles; Died for our sins in our place; Was resurrected bodily; Ascended to the Father's right hand; Will personally return in the future.
· The only means of being cleansed of sin is through repentance and faith in the finished work of Christ.
· Being born again by the Holy Spirit is essential for personal salvation.
· The Baptism of the Holy Spirit is given to believers who ask.
· The reality of the supernatural operation of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit for today.
· The grace of God provides healing of the human body and answer to prayer.
· The practice of: Christian baptism by immersion in water for believers; and, The Lord's Supper.


Our History

The Church of Redemption began in 1993, when Pastor Eugene F. Pass first held services in a barn in Enfield, CT. Soon after, the church moved to Springfield, MA, where it held services there for several years. In 1999, the church moved to Feeding Hills, MA, where it held services in the Feeding Hills Congregational Church. In 2009, The Church of Redemption was blessed with a building of its own in Agawam, MA, where it currently holds services. Pastor Eugene F. Pass went to be with the Lord in September of 2009. His son, Bill now pastors the church.