Alabaster | Alabama | 35007 | Presbyterian

81A WEATHERLY CLUB DRIVE, Alabaster, Alabama 35007
81A WEATHERLY CLUB DRIVE Alabaster Alabama 35007 US

A new church development of the Presbyterian Church USA serving Alabaster, Pelham,
and Helena. David Reed, Organizing Pastor Accepting of All Open to the Future
Calling Forth Leaders Committed to Excellence To God’s Glory

SIMSVILLE ROAD, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 0.85 mi
441 5TH AVENUE SE, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 0.99 mi
306 5TH AVENUE, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.12 mi
122 1ST STREET SOUTHWEST, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.5 mi
HIGHWAY 68, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.6 mi
949 HIGHWAY 31 SOUTH, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.7 mi
OLD HIGHWAY 31, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.73 mi
3540 PELHAM PARKWAY, Pelham, Alabama 35124 1.77 mi
A fun, growing, laid back church seeking a real relationship with a real God.
530 1ST AVENUE WEST, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.77 mi
619 MONTEVALLO ROAD, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 1.78 mi
3405 PELHAM PARKWAY, Pelham, Alabama 35124 1.92 mi
903 3RD AVENUE NW, Alabaster, Alabama 35115 2.03 mi
“We seek to follow Jesus and lead others to follow Him.”
200 HARVEST WAY, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 2.11 mi
10 OZLEY ROAD, Saginaw, Alabama 35137 2.18 mi
1351 ROYALTY DRIVE, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 2.34 mi
1351 ROYALTY DRIVE, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 2.34 mi
804 HIGHWAY 31, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 2.5 mi
MAIL: PO BOX 142 CALERA, AL 35040 Our mission is to minister to the physical, spiritial, and tot...
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CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER is located at 81A WEATHERLY CLUB DRIVE in the city of Alabaster. Alabaster is located in the beautiful state of Alabama. According to our database, there are approximately 42 churches in Alabaster, with 0 Catholic churches, 10 Baptist churches, 1 Pentecostal churches, 4 Methodist churches, and 27 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Alabaster, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

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