The Agiou Efrem Church is located in the community of Agios Amvrosios in the Limassol district, situated along the Limassol – Omodos – Platres main road.
Architecturally the church is built in a cross-shaped basilica with a dome, and can accommodate a capacity of about 400 people operating as a parish church for the community of Agiou Amvrosiou.
The wooden carved templo is a replica of the oldest one of the 18th century. The complete structure is a jewel for the area as well as a spiritual location of jubilation and relaxation.
The church construction began in 2004 and was completed in 2006. The church was open to the public on the 7th of December of 2006, and on the 10th of December, the church operated for the first time. On the 12th of December 2008 the church was inaugurated by the Archbishop of Nea Ioustiani and Cyprus Mr. Chrysostomou II, and the Metropolite of Paphos Mr.Georgiou.
Holy Mass takes place every Sunday as well as other Despotic and Theomitrical celebrations. Everyday Mass takes place in the old church of the village, which is dedicated to Agio Amvrosio Episcope of the Mediolanes. The church is located in the centre of the village and is under the protection of the antiquity department.
The saint is celebrated on the 5th of May as well as on the 3rd of January, which is when his remains were found. A piece of the Holy remains of the saint is on display for veneration during the weekends.