Chaplains at Fort Duncan held the earliest Episcopal services in Eagle Pass in the 1850’s. The Rt. Rev. R.W.B. Elliot, first Bishop of the Missionary District of West Texas, with $500 contributed by the Eagle Pass Ladies Aid Society, let in planning the construction of the edifice in 1886-87.
A historic church committed to being at the frontier Crossroads to: Make Old Christians New and Make New Christians.
Offering the Body of Jesus in Word (Bible) and Sacrament in three styles:
Traditional Holy Communion
Contemporary Holy Communion (with music)
2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Month
Moore Hall Kitchen
Third Tuesday of the Month
Sharing Dinner to follow
Are you looking for a spiritual home?
Are you looking for depth and purpose in your life?
Would you like to be a part of a faith community concerned with the needs of those outside and doing something about it?
Are you seeking worship that is genuine and a meaningful celebration of God’s love?
Are you looking for some honest, trustworthy, and loving friends who will challenge your thinking and help you grow spiritually?
Are you ready to be part of a fellowship where you can offer your gifts of time, treasure and talent?
Church of the Redeemer may be just the family of faith that you are looking for!