Divine Redeemer Presbyterian is a warm, welcoming and inclusive community of Jesus’ followers committed to Love, Serve, Share and Grow together with our neighbors for the common good in our community.
We seek personal and neighborhood transformation toward the fullness of God’s hopes for us all, and we want YOU to be a part of our community if you aren’t already!
The mission of our church is Loving, Serving, Sharing and Growing the Kingdom of God in our lives and neighborhood so that all of us may experience the transforming power of God’s love and justice.
Join us for a meal after our Sunday morning Spanish service.
House of Teens is a 6th-12th grade after school program from Monday-Thursday.
A typical day consists of homework, having a snack, and playing games, both inside and outside.
Grades: 6th - 12th.
Peace Pals is a Kinder-5th after school program from Monday-Thursday.
A typical day volunteering consists of homework, having a snack, and playing games, both inside and outside.
Grades: Kinder - 5th.
We are a bilingual congregation.
Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.
¡Vamos Ya! is a ministry of Divine Redeemer Presbyterian Church, that serves at-risk youth in the near-Westside community of San Antonio, Texas. ¡Vamos Ya! guides our neighborhood youth to realize their full potential and grow into productive people through holistic support and caring relationships.
What started with community youth at Teen Night expressing the need for a safe place to develop their life skills and nurture their passions grew into House of Teens in 2003. As the program grew and connected to more families it became evident that a program for children of the community was needed, this awareness brought about Peace Pals. In 2010, Multi-Level Educational Youth Outreach (MEYO) was created encompassing Peace Pals, House of Teens, the Rivera Scholarship Fund, and supporting partnerships with other area organizations. In 2012, our summer program Peace Camp began and in 2018 MEYO became ¡Vamos Ya!