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A pew with a view: Couple plan new cocktail lounge, event space in renovated former Ridgefield church

By Shari Phiel, Columbian staff writer
Published: November 27, 2023, 6:05am
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Renee Serface and her husband, Justin, have been renovating the old church at 113 S. Main Ave., Ridgefield, for more than two years. The couple plan to reopen the downtown spot as The Neighborhood Refuge next spring.
Renee Serface and her husband, Justin, have been renovating the old church at 113 S. Main Ave., Ridgefield, for more than two years. The couple plan to reopen the downtown spot as The Neighborhood Refuge next spring. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

RIDGEFIELD — When Renee Serface and her husband, Justin, bought the old white church in downtown Ridgefield in May 2021, they thought it would take about six months to renovate the space and reopen it as a cocktail lounge.

Although much has changed in the intervening two and a half years, their goal remains the same.

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