In the fall of 2018, Shane and Candace Stone began dreaming of planting a life-giving church in their hometown of Simpsonville, South Carolina. After deciding to step out on this journey, the Stone family partnered with the Church of God (Cleveland, TN) and ARC (Association of Related Churches) to begin planting Redemption Point Church.
An official announcement was made on March 1, 2019, with a grand opening date secured in the fall of 2019. Over the next six months, events were conducted to build together the redeemTEAM that would help every Sunday conduct weekly services. By August 2019, 41 individuals committed to launching this new church.
On September 15, 2019, Redemption Point Church launched at the Regal IMAX 14 theater in Simpsonville with 202 attendance. Nearly six months later, the theater would close due to the COVID-19 pandemic that began sweeping across the world. For the next three months, Redemption Point would meet online only.
In June 2020, Redemption Point moved to a temporary location known as the Chapel off Monroe Drive in Simpsonville. For a year, this would be the church's home. In July 2021, a new building was secured to become the church's permanent location on Main Street in Simpsonville, nearly 18 months after the pandemic had shuttered businesses. Today, Redemption Point continues to meet and thrive every Sunday as a life-giving church in the Golden Strip area.
Redemption Point Church is governed by it's pastors and local trustees. Additionally, Redemption Point Church is affiliated with these two organizations.