Mission to


Jackson, MS

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JULY 13-20


The work will include construction work on a couple of our house renovations, working with the children in the community and prayer walking and asisting us to set up our urban school for the coming school year.


Mission to Broadmoor promotes community development and personal growth through buying and renovating homes, overseeing a community garden, and initiating various outreach activities focused on building relationships within our neighborhood. 

​Mission to Broadmoor is an extension of the vision and ministry of Redeemer Church, PCA. We desire to share the love of Christ in word and deed in the Broadmoor community by promoting a culture of intentional community and personal growth.

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Core Values

  • We embrace our Broadmoor neighborhood to be our own.

  • We empower our Broadmoor neighbors to join the redemption of our community.

  • We encourage a safer, more beautiful Broadmoor neighborhood.

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Why Mission to Broadmoor?

This is our Place

We have had a Reformed presence in this community for over 50 years. God planted Redeemer here for His glory, for the expansion of His Kingdom, and for the mutual good of us all.

These are our People

God called us to reach the world with the gospel. He is reconciling lost people to Himself in Christ Jesus. The pattern from the Scriptures is "across the street and around the world."- Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth. Welcome to Jerusalem!

We are Intentionally Carrying Out the Mission of Redeemer

"Redeemer Church, PCA, is a multi-ethnic community of Christians committed to glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ and proclaiming the Good News of His Kingdom both in word and deed to the Broadmoor/ Broadmeadow neighborhoods, the city of Jackson, and the world."

The Church has been given the ministry and message of reconciliation that this broken community, city, state, nation and world need

We are all broken, and our brokenness is expressed in our poverty, and our poverty is a result of sin. 

"The brokenness of sin leads to a poverty of spiritual intimacy, a poverty of being, a poverty of community, and a poverty of stewardship."-When Helping Hurts

Poverty alleviation is about reconciling relationships...

"...a process in which people-both the materially poor and ourselves-move closer to living in right relationship with God, self, others, and the rest of creation." - When Helping Hurts

The only one who can alleviate poverty in its fullest sense is Jesus Christ

"Only His Kingdom brings the comprehensive healing that is necessary. The verbal proclamation of the gospel is essential for poverty alleviation because "faith comes by hearing..." (Romans 10:14-17)"- When Helping Hurts

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We are changing the Heart of the City, One Heart and One Home at a Time.

Interested parties can contact Steve Lanier at slanier@redeemerjackson.com or at 601-362-9987