What to Expect

Show up early and stay late.  Our weekly worship gathering is on Saturday night at 5:30pm and last about an hour.  These gatherings are a time of singing, teaching, prayer and community.  Learn more below.  

What do I do with my kids?

Parents are welcome to have their children with them in the church service, but if you choose, Refuge.Kids meets separately during each service for ages birth through 5th grade. Kids will learn about Jesus in interactive, fun and age-appropriate ways using a Bible-based curriculum called, The Gospel Project. This curriculum walks kids through the entire Bible as one big story.  Your kids will join us in “big church” as we sing and give God praise.  Best of all check-in begins at 5pm, so you can drop off the kids and just relax for a bit before the service begins.

What can I expect during the service?

We generally open with songs led by our worship team (all volunteers).  This can range from a full band and multiple singers, to a an intimate acoustic setting.  The songs range from modern worship songs to vintage hymns.  There is no one style of music to praise God, so we believe in being eclectic and inclusive.

Between the music there will be a message (sermon) that works verse by verse through books of Bible, teaching how the entire story fits together and points to the true hero of the story … Jesus.  We’ll typically close the sermon with a few announcements, and then many stay around to talk with each other (but many also bolt for the door, and head to dinner).

What do I wear?

Clothes.  Whether you look like you’re headed out for a night on the town, or sporting flip flops and shorts, you’ll find lots of people dressed like you.

Can I check Refuge out online before I come in person?

Absolutely.  The links are below.  You can watch us LIVE (at 5:30pm) on Facebook, or catch the edited version later on YouTube.

Facebook Livestream (Saturday 5:30pm)

YouTube Delayed Stream (Saturday night; maybe)