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Sunday Morning Worship

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

Please join us for our weekly worship at 9am. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.  Nursery care for infants to 2nd grade are provided during the worship service.

Event Series Quilters Group

Sit n’ Stitch

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

Come sit and stitch with us on Tuesdays from 9-11am.  More info? Talk to Nancy Wenke.

Narcotics Anonymous

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

If you or a loved one are in need of support please consider attending Narcotics Anonymous weekly on Tuesdays at 7pm. 

Adult Children of Alcoholics Weekly Meeting

ACA is a 12 Step/12 Tradition program of recovery dedicated to people who were raised in dysfunctional families. ACA does not seek to assign blame to parents or caretakers, but...

Al-Anon Family Group Meetings

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.  If you need support, please join them weekly on Thursdays at 6pm.

Sunday Morning Worship

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

Please join us for our weekly worship at 9am. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.  Nursery care for infants to 2nd grade are provided during the worship service.

Event Series Quilters Group

Sit n’ Stitch

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

Come sit and stitch with us on Tuesdays from 9-11am.  More info? Talk to Nancy Wenke.

Narcotics Anonymous

Our Redeemer Presbyterian Church 172 Ivy Street SE, Ephrata, WA, United States

If you or a loved one are in need of support please consider attending Narcotics Anonymous weekly on Tuesdays at 7pm. 

Adult Children of Alcoholics Weekly Meeting

ACA is a 12 Step/12 Tradition program of recovery dedicated to people who were raised in dysfunctional families. ACA does not seek to assign blame to parents or caretakers, but...