Though we aren’t gathering in person, we’re still celebrating the hope we have through the resurrection of Jesus.

Join us Sunday, April 12 at any time on our YouTube as we rejoice in the good news that came to a hurting world through Jesus Christ.


The Easter service will be on YouTube, available Sunday, April 12.


Redemption Arcadia is one of nine congregations that make up the Redemption Church family in Arizona. All of us unite under the headline that “all of life is all for Jesus.” 

At Arcadia, we introduce people to Jesus and help them grow in relationship with him. He loves us and we take His love to others, and together we’re becoming the best friend our community has.


Redemption Arcadia is led by a mixture of staff pastors and non-staff elders (meet them here).

Frank Switzer is our Lead Pastor and joined us in February 2012. He and his wife Jackie are parents to two daughters. Shelby, their oldest, is currently in graduate school in Texas. Darby, their youngest, is married to Joey and they both are in graduate school in Illinois. Frank graduated with a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Grand Canyon University, an M.A. in Human Communication Theory from Arizona State University, and an M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary.

You can listen to sermons from Frank and our other Teaching Pastors here.


We are doing what we can to serve our community during these challenging times. A few ways to participate in these efforts:

#1 | Donations — We’re collecting goods for Hope Women’s Center and Arizona Department of Child Safety. Email James Delarato if you’re interested in donating items.

They’re currently in need of:

  • Toiler paper – doesn’t have to be the giant bags, even a few rolls here and there will help. 
  • Shampoo/conditioner – doesn’t need to be the expensive kind
  • Body wash or soap
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Diapers of all sizes
  • Baby wipes
  • Formula
  • Non-perishable food (canned, dry pasta, rice, peanut butter, etc.)
  • **If stores are out, remember that Amazon is focusing their delivery efforts on items like these.

#2 | Blood Drives — With blood shortages happening, we encourage you to consider giving blood if you are well. Visit the Red Cross to learn more.

#3 | Monetary Gifts — To support those in our church and community who are experiencing financial hardship due to job loss, donate here (select “benevolence” as the fund).