An Evening with Tim Keller to Benefit Redeemer City to City
Tuesday, October 18

6:30 PM

The Umstead Hotel and Spa 

reception + dinner + program
business dress
space is limited

Redeemer City to City is a non-profit organization that helps leaders start gospel movements in global cities. Join Chairman of the Board, Dr. Tim Keller, to learn why cities matter and how you can be part of a community of friends that supports this work. 


Redeemer City to City (CTC) is a non-profit organization that helps leaders start gospel movements in global cities. CTC was founded and is chaired by Tim Keller. The team is based in New York City and overseas, and is at work in cities around the world.

CTC’s core competencies are urban church planting, leadership development, and content creation.

To date, CTC has helped to start 381 new churches in 45 global cities. CTC has also trained 11,000 leaders in city ministry and evangelism and published 28 resources to help recruit, empower, and develop these leaders.

All of this is done to help bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to cities.

Check out one one of our videos or download an e-book to learn more:





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Doug Thorson


Vice President, Advancement
Manhattan, NY

To discuss giving or deeper engagement, get in touch with Doug Thorson: [email protected]

Doug leads the advancement efforts that support CTC's rapidly growing global footprint. He views his role as a calling to help faithful stewards grow in generosity. 

Doug brings over 15 years of experience in developing key partnerships for charitable organizations. He also brings two decades of marketplace experience in communications, strategic selling, and business planning. His passions are mission clarity, strategic planning and execution, and cohesive integration of all communication platforms that are working toward mission advancement.  


Rebekah Knable


Coordinator, Advancement
Manhattan, NY

To RSVP or request more information, get in touch: [email protected]

Rebekah creates community and engagement opportunities for those who financially support the CTC mission. Additionally, she manages advancement proposal development and reporting. She is excited to bring her passion for hospitality to the donor experience.