Refuge Students

Sundays  at 10am and 6pm, Wednesday evening at 630pm with free dinner served at 6pm

Sunday mornings, Refuge Students study “The Gospel Project,” a curriculum that includes lessons for all ages (babies through high school) and systematically walks children and students through the entirety of scripture over a 3 year period. The Gospel Project knows that future generations need to be taught the entire Word of God, AND, that the Word of God is not a collection of cool stories, but one big story about our redemption in Jesus.

Sunday evenings, Refuge Hangout is for preschool to 12th grade. Refuge Hangout is the primary place where our children and students get the opportunity to fellowship through enjoying games and snacks. Since repetition is crucial to learning and memory, Refuge Hangout uses the Gospel Project to reiterate the Sunday School (morning) lesson in helpful ways that will help kids take the Bible’s message to heart.

Every Wednesday night Refuge Students participate in a time of fellowship, bible study, and games intended to build a sense of community and belonging.  Currently our students are studying JD Greear's book Essential Christianity.

For more info, contact Matt Tucker, Family Pastor at